The British Judo Association upholds the principle that all children whatever their age, culture, disability, gender, language, racial origin, religious belief and/or sexual identity have the right to protection from abuse. The members, staff and volunteers of the Association are committed to the welfare and protection of children and young people so that they can enjoy sporting activities in safety without fear, threat or abuse.
British Judo Association Child Protection Policy
The Safelandings documents below are the official child protection policies and procedures for all bodies that form the British Judo Association (British Judo Association, Judo Scotland, Northern Ireland Judo Federation & Welsh Judo Association). Please use these documents as an initial point of reference. If you have any questions surrounding the documents or child protection in general, please contact Jo Illston on 01509 631676.
Safelandings - British Judo's Child Protection Policy & Procedures
Safelandings - Toolkit
Concerned about possible abuse or bad practice?
If you're concerned about possible child abuse or bad practice within a British Judo club, competition or any other judo environment then you should talk to one of the people below:
Your Club Welfare Officer
If you do not know who this is, please talk to the British Judo team who will be able to let you know.
British Judo Child Protection Team - Tel. 01509 631670
Use this option if the issue involves the Club Welfare Officer or you are unsure and need further guidance