Canterbury RFC recognises that everybody has a responsibility for protecting children under the age of 18. If any member, parent, guardian or spectator, has concerns about any child associated with the club, they should discuss them with Steve Blanche, the club's Safeguarding Officer (details on right). The Club has its own Safeguarding Policy and has adopted the Rugby Football Union’s policies for Anti-bullying, Equity and Photographic policies copies of which are available opposite.
All our coaches complete a DBS check and follow the club’s code of conduct. All volunteers are expected to follow the guidelines as set by the club’s Safeguarding Policy and the RFU Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
How to report an incident
If a child tells you that someone either in or out of the rugby club environment is abusing her or him you should:
The Club’s Safeguarding Officer can help you, however, if you are not sure what to do, you can gain help from the NSPCC 24-hour freephone helpline (0808 800 5000) or contact Mick directly for further details.
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