Club Safeguarding Officers are vital members of the club and key to making an environment safe, welcoming, and friendly for children to enjoy the game of cricket.
Why do clubs need a Club Safeguarding Officer?
Whilst everyone is responsible for safeguarding, the Club Safeguarding Officer will make sure the policies and procedures are in place, and that everyone who should be vetted to work with children, is vetted by the ECB.
Clifton Alliance Cricket Club is committed to ensuring that all Children (i.e. all persons under the age of 18) participating in cricket have a safe and positive experience.
The Club’s Safeguarding Officer Mick Pickering is a “first point of contact” for everyone within the club and to ensure the club is adopting and implementing the various safeguarding activities necessary for it to demonstrate its duty of care.
If you have any concerns or issues you wish to discuss please contact Mick, the details are as follows:
Tel. No. 07890 575577 or 01904 634564
If you have any concerns or issues you wish to discuss/raise regarding the Club Safeguarding Officer or if he is not available, then please contact:
Ray Knowles – County Safeguarding Officer
Tel. No. 07917 205860