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Safeguarding in sport

The board and its partners are fully aware of allegations of historical sexual abuse being made within the world of football. Read More....

If you are involved in the running of any sports organisation, it is vital that you ensure compliance with safeguarding requirements.

Please visit www.thecpsu.org.uk/resource-library/2013/questionnaire/ to view the safeguarding checklist.

More information on safeguarding and standards in sport can be found at the NSPCC website www.thecpsu.org.uk

Click here for a NSPCC sample safeguarding/child protection policy statement

Additionally, if you consider yourself to be a victim of abuse within sport, you should report this to the police.

Further help is available through the NSPCC confidential helpline 0808 800 5000 

What do I do if I have suspicions a child or young person is at risk?

If a child or young person is at immediate risk of harm call the Police on 999

To report your concerns in Wolverhampton, click here or call 01902 555392

 

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