Think Active Safeguarding and Welfare
Think Active is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety, both physical and emotional, of every child and adult at risk, who participates in activities either directly organised by Think Active or through partners working collaboratively with us.
We firmly believe that everyone has the right to take part in sport free from harm, bullying or persecution and that sport can play a significant role in the social, emotional, physical and moral development of young people and adults. Sport helps people grow and develop, and can provide opportunities for enjoyment and achievement. Through sport young people and adults can develop valuable qualities such as leadership, confidence and self-esteem.
Everyone has the right to have fun, be safe and free from harm whether training for a local team, playing for a local club or representing their sport and country at international level.
Think Active Safeguarding Policies
The Think Active Children and Young People Safeguarding policy is informed by the HM Government “Working together to safeguard children” guide to inter-agency working.
The Think Active Adult Safeguarding Policy is informed by the Ann Craft Trust.
What to do if you need help
If you have safeguarding or welfare concerns over a child, young person or adult, please use the links below for further advice and support
Coventry: Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
In an emergency, please call: 999
Further support, advice and guidance on safeguarding and welfare is available in our Club Support Toolkit
Think Active Safeguarding Team
Lead Safeguarding Officer – Kerry Luckett: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07885 200 473
Deputy Safeguarding Officer – Vicky Joel: email email@example.com or call 07885 200 523
Please note our typical office hours are 9-5pm Monday to Friday and will respond as soon as possible outside of these hours.