Sileby Town Cricket Club is committed to ensuring that all Young People who play cricket have a safe and positive experience.
The whole Club is committed to developing, implementing and practising policies and procedures which ensure that everyone knows and accepts their responsibility in relation to the duty of care for Young People.
The Club is committed to ensuring that there are correct and comprehensive reporting procedures by promoting good practice and sound recruitment procedures for all individuals working within the Club.
The “Safe Hands” Safeguarding Kit Bag was designed by the ECB to help clubs to fulfil their duty of care to junior members of the Club and other children who visit, or use, Club facilities.
The ECB Safe Hands policy is split into three sections. You can download the three documents by using the links below:
If you, or someone else, spots anything which raises any concerns, no matter how little they may seem, please do not hesitate to contact either of our Child Welfare Officers, Dan Tompkins or Vicky Lay.
Dan and Vicky can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 07411 915085 (Dan) or 07713 740063 (Vicky). All queries will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Our Child Welfare Officers
|Dan Tompkins||Vicky Lay|