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CODES OF CONDUCT
COACHES & MANAGERS 2017
Club coaches and team managers (qualified or unqualified) have completed a Criminal Record Bureau check.
All club members who have regular contact with children will also be asked to undertake a CRB check.
JUNIOR CLUB RULES 2017
Thirsk Cricket Club is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well being of all its members. The club believes that it is important that members, coaches, administrators and parents associated with the club should, at all times, show respect, and be encouraged to be open. If you wish to share any concerns or complaints that you may have about any aspect of the club please contact the Junior Section Manager or Co-ordinator.
As a member of Thirsk Cricket Club you are expected to abide by the general rules of the club, our code of conduct, and by following the Junior Club rules.
THE CHILD WELFARE OFFICER 2017
The Club Child Welfare Officers (CWO) with the overall responsibility for young members at Thirsk CC are:
2 Green Lane West
Tel: 07979 157 243
* Also Assistant County Welfare Officer of the Yorkshire Cricket Board.
The Club Welfare Officers will:
CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS 2017
GUIDELINES FOR CLUB CHANGING POLICY 2017
The club has applied the following guidelines, which apply to Adults and Young people (under the age of eighteen) sharing changing facilities.
Guidelines for Spector’s Code of Conduct.