This guidance on responding to reports of non-recent abuse in sport (PDF) raises awareness around non-recent abuse and why it's important that it's reported and responded to by sports organisations.
Sports organisations can also use this guidance to create an organisational policy around reporting and responding to non-recent abuse reports.
Author: NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit
- what is non-recent abuse?
- the importance of addressing non-recent abuse allegations
- reporting non-recent abuse
- Child abuse in a sports setting - non-recent abuse
- Learning from lived experience of childhood sexual abuse - Podcast
- Creating safer cultures in sport - learning from lived experience - Podcast
- Learning from the Sheldon Report into abuse in football- what next?
- Case management tool
- CPSU safeguarding reporting procedures flowchart
- Reporting safeguarding concerns at sporting events flowcharts
Take a look at our deal with a concern page to find out more about reporting abuse in sport and who can help.