Child Protection Policy
BNJCA applies the following procedures for protecting children in its care when organising and
conducting representative cricket teams.
If there are girls in the group, every effort will be made to ensure that a female supervisor is
BNJCA will advise volunteer team officials to insist that all children are picked up by their
parents or guardians.
Volunteer team officials will be advised to never leave a child alone.
In training situations, ensure that after dark there is adequate lighting.
Ensure that toilets and change room facilities are safe.
Do not take a child into a vehicle unless you have express permission from the child’s parent or guardian. This permission should be on file for reference.
When training or playing competitively undertake all precautions to ensure the safety of the child.
Should any abnormal occurrence be observed, an incident report must be completed and provided to the BNJCA President (or his representative), within twenty four hours of the incident occurring.
BNJCA should satisfy itself that affiliated clubs are aware of their responsibilities under the Commission for Children and Young People Guardian Act 2000.