Here at Glamorgan County Cricket Club, we are absolutely committed to providing a warm, safe, and welcoming environment for everyone involved in our game. Safeguarding our players, staff, spectators, and followers is really important to us as an organisation, we are proud to be working with the ECB, the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit, and Cricket Wales in developing and maintaining excellent safeguarding standards.

We want to not just meet safeguarding standards, but to provide the safest possible environment for children and adults.
You can find our Safeguarding Policy Statement here.

Anyone can be considered at risk of harm or abuse, regardless of their age, gender, ethnicity, or any other characteristic. In Wales we have very specific legislation and procedures which make it clear that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility; it is also our responsibility at Glamorgan CC, and we are committed to making a difference.

“Glamorgan County Cricket Club is proud to be working with the ECB, Cricket Wales, the NSPCC, and the recreational game in providing the safest possible environment for cricketers not just representing Glamorgan, but across The Pathway. We are committed to meeting, indeed exceeding minimum safeguarding standards for everyone involved in our game”.

Hugh Morris, CEO

What if I have a concern?
If you (or anyone else) has a concern, you should share it and get advice – doing nothing is never an option. If someone is at imminent or immediate risk, you must phone Police or Local Services immediately – following which please contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead (details below) for local advice and support.

Contact details:

The Glamorgan CCC Designated Safeguarding Lead is Ieuan Watkins, our specialist in this area. He can be contacted by email or phone:
ieuan.watkins@cricketwales.org.uk or 07971 007431.

The ECB Safeguarding Team can be contacted at safeguarding@ecb.co.uk or 020 7432 1200 (ask for the Safeguarding Team).

If urgent and you cannot contact Ieuan or the ECB, you should call the Police on 101 or 999, or the NSPCC 24-hour helpline on 0808 800 5000.

Remember, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.

 

 

 

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