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JudoScotland Child Protection Policies
JudoScotland upholds the principle that all children whatever their age, culture, disability, gender, language, racial origin, religious belief and/or sexual identity have the right to protection from abuse. The members, staff and volunteers of the Association are committed to the welfare and protection of children and young people so that they can enjoy sporting activities in safety without fear, threat or abuse.
The Safelandings documents below are the official child protection policies and procedures for all bodies that form the British Judo Association (British Judo Association, Judo Scotland, Northern Ireland Judo Federation & Welsh Judo Association). Please use these documents as an initial point of reference. If you have any questions surrounding the documents or child protection in general, please contact:
Colin Aitkin at firstname.lastname@example.org
What should your Club do to safeguard children in sport?
Everyone has a responsibility to ensure children are safe from harm, including clubs and organisations who provide sport to children. The 10 Steps are a collection of guidelines, policies, procedures and templates for clubs, governing bodies of sport and organisations to use and adapt to their own needs.
The 10 Steps includes everything you need to help keep children safe in your club. Please click on the file below to download 10 Steps.
If you have any concerns please contact the JudoScotland Child Protection Officer
Colin Aitken at email@example.com