Case Management Panel

The Archery GB Case Management Panel (CMP) oversees the disciplinary policy and accompanying procedures and code of conduct.

Their responsibilities include providing a source of independent advice and expertise on safeguarding and misconduct cases to the Archery GB Board 

They ensure Archery GB can maintain a safer and enjoyable sport; help to raise standards and achieve the vision of enriching lives through archery.

The CMP also supports training programmes, monitors member feedback, and contributes to children, young people and adult safeguarding policy development.

Another function of the CMP is to review positive disclosures on criminal record checks (DBS) and make decisions in a fair and consistent way for the benefit of all members.

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Case Management Panel members

Justine Hosking

Justine Hosking - Independent Chair

Justine joined Archery GB as an independent chair just over a year ago. She is also a specialist member of the Sport Resolutions national safeguarding panel and has a consultancy role with LimeCulture CiC where she is a project lead on learning reviews in sport and delivers strategic safeguarding workshops to sport NGBs.

As a public law solicitor and former Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO), Justine has a proven track record of working with statutory agencies and voluntary organisations to improve the welfare and safety of children and adults at risk of harm. She provides leadership, advice, and challenge in supporting the development of Archery GB policy and practice around safeguarding.  

Keith Oddy

Keith Oddy - Independent Safeguarding Advisor and Deputy Chair

Keith served in excess of 30 years with the Metropolitan Police, mainly as a supervising Detective working on thousands of Child Protection, Complex Paedophile cases and child murders, across London, the UK and internationally, since the late 1990s, having worked on street crime, drugs and prostitution units, engaging in youth projects.

Keith jointly planned, introduced and worked in London’s first Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) jointly working with Statutory agencies, preventing harm to children and young people, and vulnerable adults. He is a qualified Social Care Institute of Excellence Serious Case investigator and was also a guest speaker at the first London MASH Conference and at the National MASH Conference on Intelligence Led Safeguarding.

Following the investigation and conviction of an Olympic GB Swimming Coach, Keith maintained positive working links with governing bodies, over the following 23 years, assisting in ongoing training and guidance for Area, County and Club Welfare Officers. Keith has significant knowledge and enthusiasm for sport, competing to Masters Swimming European and World Championship levels, including being a former joint GB and European Swimming Record holder.

Tony Goad - Volunteer Member

Tony has a background in industry, running his own company, and in further education on outreach projects to disadvantaged and under-represented groups. For over 40 years he was a member of the Scout Association and, therefore, has experience of working with volunteers.

He joined archery 25 years ago and has held the roles of County and Club Chair and Club Secretary. He is currently a Level 2 Coach and a National Judge, a role he has held for over 20 years.

His role on the CMP is to represent the membership of Archery GB and to ensure that we continue to enjoy a safe sport that protects its members from any type of abuse or breaches of the code of conduct.

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