Archery clubs should be safe and welcoming places for children, young people and adults at risk, and nobody should feel discriminated against, or treated differently due to their age, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, disability, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
If you are worried about a young person or adult at risk or receive information which you believe puts them at risk, it is vital you report your concerns. Doing nothing is not an option.
Even if an incident occurs outside of the Archery GB environment it must still be reported if the adult and/or young person concerned is involved in archery. This is in accordance with standard practice in sport.
Discrimination has no place on or off the archery range. Archery GB is committed to taking all allegations of discrimination very seriously and will ensure that anyone can report it in the knowledge that we will act appropriately in line with our values and codes of conduct.
To report your safeguarding or discrimination concerns please fill out the form below. Reports can be given anonymously if you wish. The form will be sent to Archery GB’s safeguarding team who will get back to you as soon as possible to let you know how your concern will be addressed. All reports will be treated confidentially.
If you would like to discuss your concern first please call:
Anne Rook – National Lead Safeguarding Officer: 01952 602792
Karen Hodgkiss – Safeguarding and Governance Officer: 01952 602793
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about how we keep children, young people and adults at risk safe in archery, read our Safeguarding Policies and Procedures