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Sport & safeguarding

No one involved in sport, whether they’re a volunteer, participant, spectator or an elite athlete, should have to worry about abuse or harassment, and they should have a safe space in which to play sport and be active.

Parents, carers, organisations, associations, clubs, activity providers, instructors/teachers/coaches and leaders all have a role to play in keeping children and young people safe and should know what to do if they have any concerns. 

A key part of child safeguarding is spreading the message about keeping children safe and building a culture of always acting in the best interest of all children.

SCSP guidance:

National guidance:

National resources:

Other relevant information can be found on this website here: Information and resources or in the index on the left side of this page.

If you are concerned about a child or young person, follow this link: Referring a safeguarding concern to Children’s Social Care

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