At Admaston Juniors, we take the safeguarding of our players seriously.
As an England Football Accredited club, safeguarding is at the forefront of our thinking, practice and policies.
We recognise our responsibility to safeguard the welfare of every child and young person who are entrusted to our care and we are committed to providing a safe environment for all members.
We recognise that this is the responsibility of EVERY adult involved in/with our club.
Below, you will find links to our key documents and policies relating to safeguarding, websites to help you learn more and key contacts should you have any concerns over the safety or wellbeing of a child, young person or vulnerable individual within the club.
Please remember that it is EVERYONE'S responsibility to report any concerns in regard to child welfare.
The club complies with the following safeguarding policies. Any non-compliance to these policies can be escalated to our welfare officers (please see below).
A club welfare officer is the person within a sports club with primary responsibility for managing and reporting concerns about children and for putting into place procedures to safeguard children in the club.
Our club welfare officers are:
Our club welfare officers should be contacted if you have concerns over any of the following:
The FA provides guidance on when and how to report concerns relating to player welfare here.
Contact our welfare officers regarding any concerns around welfare or safeguarding using the phone numbers listed above or via the email address email@example.com
Alternatively, you can contact our club chairman, Aaron Hale, using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the contact form on the Home page and your query will be directed accordingly.
Admaston Juniors Football Club supports The FA’s Whistle-Blowing policy, which requires any adult or young person with concerns about an adult in a position of trust within football to ‘whistle blow’ by contacting The FA Safeguarding Team in any of the following ways:
Any adult or young person with concerns about a colleague can also use whistle-blowing in the following ways:
Please remember that if a child or young person is in immediate danger then ALWAYS call 999.