Norwood Basketball Club
Member Protection Policy
At Norwood Basketball Club, we have adopted the Basketball Australia Member Protection Policy for use within our club. By implementing this policy, it allows Norwood Basketball to uphold our core values in creating a safe, fair and inclusive environment for everyone in our sport.
This policy ensures every person at the club is:
- Treated with respect and dignity and is protected from discrimination, harassment and abuse.
- Aware of their legal & ethical rights and responsibilities, as well as the standards of behaviour expected of them.
Our Member Protection Policy describes the practical steps we will take to eliminate discrimination, harassment, child abuse and other forms of inappropriate behaviour from the club.
Please download a copy of the latest version of our Member Protection Policy here.
To view our Club’s Code of Conduct, click here.
To contact our member protection officers or to lodge an issue, please email [email protected]
Child Safe Commitment
Norwood Basketball Club is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children in basketball by providing a safe and inclusive environment and by ensuring that everyone involved in basketball is educated and informed of their responsibilities to protect and look after Children.
Norwood Basketball Club aims to create and maintain an inclusive, child-safe environment that is understood, endorsed, implemented, and adhered to by everyone involved in basketball.
To view our Child Safe Commitment Statement click here.
To view our Working with Children Policy click here.
To view our Child Safeguarding Policy click here.
Basketball SA’s Behaviour Management Framework
The Basketball SA Behaviour Management Framework has also been created to set a standard of behaviour through on court and off court mechanisms and clear guidelines.
They recognise that an inclusive and positive culture is needed to enable participants to learn and grow in an environment that is free from harassment, bullying, degrading, or intimidating behaviour.
To view the framework, click here.