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Safeguarding

British Shooting, together with the CPSA, NRA and NSRA are working in partnership with the Child Protection in Sport Unit to keep children and young people safe in Target Shooting.

 

The welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances and we all have a duty to ensure that all children and young people have a positive and enjoyable experience of target shooting in a safe and participant centred environment.


Policies

Child Protection Policy

Child Protection Policy - Brief

Safeguarding Adults Policy

Whistle Blowing Policy

 
Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) Guidance
 
For advice on use of photographing children in sport, click here for CPSU Photography Guidance.

For guidance on ensuring your sporting event is safe, download the CPSUs Safe Sport Events, Activities and Competitions document by clicking here.
 
Training
 
Safeguarding training is available for all roles. For more information on safeguarding training, click here.

The basic safeguarding training, Safeguarding and Protecting Children course, is run by sportscoach UK.  Click here for further information.

For those with safeguarding roles (such as shooting grounds, clubs coaches or team managers), Time To Listen training, developed by the CPSU, is delivered by County Sports Partnerships (CSP).  You will need to have completed the Safeguarding and Protecting Children training prior to undertaking the Time to Listen course.
 

Concerns
 
To report any concerns you may have or for advice, please email: safeguarding@britishshooting.org.uk.
 
Others who can help are Childline and the NSPCC.
 
ChildLine free 24 hour helpline
Tel: 0800 1111
www.childline.org.uk
 
NSPCC 24 hour helpline
Tel: 0808 800 5000
www.nspcc.org.uk
 
If you think a child is in immediate danger, call the police.
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