Safeguarding in Tennis
We all have a vital role to play in keeping children and adults safe from harm. As we work towards getting tennis opened up, we recognise the importance of promoting safe and inclusive tennis environments, so that people have positive experiences of tennis.
We are proud to have an LTA Safeguarding Policy, Standards, Code of Behaviour and Reporting a Safeguarding Concern Procedure that demonstrates our commitment to safeguard children and adults at risk. It is a commitment upheld by all LTA, Tennis Scotland and Tennis Wales venues, programmes, events and individuals.
We ask everyone to become Safe and Inclusive Tennis Champions – proactively promoting Safe and Inclusive tennis and responding to concerns you have about a child or adult.
Together we can make a positive difference to every child and adult in tennis in Britain.
Reporting a safeguarding concern
If you have a safeguarding concern, please use our secure online form to provide the details (anonymously if you wish). If you'd like to speak to someone outside of office hours, you can call the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000. If someone is in immediate danger, call the police (999).
If you want to report or discuss anything related to safeguarding, please reach out to the club's welfare officer, Josh Palmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 7979 243 796.
Normandy Tennis Club Safeguarding Documents
Last updated: 14 April 2023
- Your Welfare Officer - Josh Palmer
- Welfare Officer (Josh Palmer) - LTA Safeguarding Certificate
- Venue Safeguarding Policy Summary Statement
- Diversity & Inclusion Policy
- Reporting a Concern within Tennis - Flowchart