Standard #10 People Policies

The club can demonstrate it has a screening policy and fully implemented procedure that requires a police record check and/or a vulnerable sector check for all coaches (employee or volunteer).   The frequency of police check and/or vulnerable sector check for coaches must meet the club's policy and can be no less than renewal every three years after the initial police/vulnerable sector check.

 

Examples of Evidence

  • Applicable screening policy/procedure including scope of policy within the volunteer and paid positions within the club
  • Overall tracking system
  • Examples of redacted police record check reports

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Previous Standard:
#9 Coach Attire
Next Standard:
#11 People Roles and Responsibilities

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