Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Policy
Anyone who has concerns that they or someone else is being discriminated against or has been a victim of discriminatory language or behaviour should:
Listen carefully to what the person is telling you. Do not interrupt; keep questions to a minimum; do not promise to keep the information secret.
Is someone in immediate danger?
Call the police (999)
Talk to the club’s Welfare Officer in confidence Or Talk to the LTA Safe and Inclusive Tennis Team * (020 8487 7000) as soon as possible [Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm]. If the Safe and Inclusive Tennis Team is unavailable and you want advice before the next working day, call the NSPCC (0808 800 5000) if your concernsis about a child.
If your concern us about an adult ask them for details of your Local Authority Adult Social Care Services.
Hate crime can alternatively be reported through True Vision at www.report-it.org.uk
Write an objective account of your concerns immediately using the Reporting a Concern Form found in our website Safe and Inclusive Tennis page. Send it to the LTA Safe and Inclusive Tennis Team within 48 hours of the concern/disclosure ([email protected])
Handling a concern/disclosure can be emotionally difficult. If you would like to talk to someone after making a concern/disclosure, contact the LTA Safe and Inclusive Tennis Team by phone 020 8487 7000 or email [email protected]