Child Protection Policy

Belvedere Football Club believes that concern for the general well-being and welfare of all children and young persons under it's care is of paramount importance in developing the young players of the future.

The club recognises the responsibilities and trust that is placed on it by all players and their families.

It will seek to respond to that responsibility by encouraging Best Practice in Child Protection matters and encourage everyone involved in the club to recognise this. 

  • The protection of the child must be the first priority of all it's members 
  • All Managers / Coaches must know the club's policy and procedures, be encouraged to listen to concerns of players aad take their complaints seriously

 All current and potential Managers / Coaches will be screened as to their suitability to work with children as specified by the FAI Child Protection guidelines. 

Belvedere FC will emphasise to all members that they have a duty to report to the Desinated Person (Child Welfare Officer Ciaran Duffy 087-2368384) any concerns they have over the possible abuse of children. This duty also applies to concerns they might have about the treatment of a child by any adult. 

The club will provide confidential guidance to anyone who makes a report of suspected abuse and they will be fully supported when voicing these concerns.  

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