The DTSC Welfare Officer is Ros Clark she is responsible for promoting safeguarding within the Club and working with others to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for all. If you or anyone you know has any concerns about bullying, abuse, neglect, use of abusive language etc then don't hesitate to say something at the time or if you are concerned then don't hesitate to contact Ros Clark or any other responsible adult at the Club. Her contact details are on this guide on what to do if you have a Safeguarding/Welfare concern.
Everyone at DTSC should comply with our DTSC Safe & Inclusive Code of Conduct
If you are concerned about the safety of a child or an adult at risk, if someone is in immediate danger call the police on 999. Otherwise speak to your welfare officer or contact the LTA Safeguarding Team using the "Register a Concern" form.
At the links below are the current DTSC Safeguarding Policy Documents, Procedures and Guides:
DTSC Safeguarding Policy Statement dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Safeguarding Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Whistleblowing Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Anti-Bullying Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Diversity & Inclusion Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Online Safety & Communication Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Use of Changing Rooms Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Safe Recruitment Policy dated 14 Jan 2023
DTSC Photography & Filming Best Practice Guidance dated 14 Jan 2023
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