The Jersey Badminton Association are affiliated to Badminton England
Safeguarding is the responsibility of everyone involved in badminton.
The Jersey Badminton Assoication adopt the best practice guidance and policies of Badminton England to ensure we are doing our best in keeping adults and young people safe in our sport. Please note that Jersey laws apply in adoption of these policies.
We have grouped together below all of the Badminton England safeguarding best practice documents for adults working with young people, including the role of the Welfare Officer and social media guidelines.
- Safe Recruitment Guidelines
- Good Practice with Young People
- Codes of Conduct
- Photography Guidelines
- Recognising Poor Practice
- Taking Appropriate Action
- Managing Challenging Player Behaviour
- The Role of the Child Welfare Officer
- Useful Safeguarding Contacts
- Away Trips Guidance
- Social Media Guidance
- Anti Bullying Guidance
If you are concerned about anything at all the following people / organisations may be able to help.
If your concern is in your badminton club then speak to your Club Welfare Officer if you know who they are.
The JBA Welfare Officer is Mrs. Jo Cunningham and she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org , or on the phone at 07797 738844.
If you do not have a Welfare Officer speak to your coach (if is not about them) or your parents who may take up the issue with an appropriate person in your club.
In Jersey we are fortunate to have a specific referral system called MASH (Jersey's Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub). More detail can be found at this link.
MASH is our recommendation, however you can contact Badminton England by emailing email@example.com or contact Childline on 0800 1111.