We all have a duty of care to safeguard others in our game, whether that is children or adults.

If you (or anyone else) has a concern, you should share it and get advice – doing nothing is never an option.

Every club in Wales has a Welfare Officer, these individuals are trained to receive concerns and will know how to help you.  If that individual is not available or you are uncomfortable in any way with involving them, then you can speak with the Club Chairperson or get help centrally.

Each Senior Cricket League has a League Welfare Officer, the details of each can be found on the Welfare Contacts Tab.

The Cricket Wales Safeguarding Director is Ieuan Watkins, he can be contacted on 07971 007431 or ieuan.watkins@cricketwales.org.uk

 The ECB Safeguarding Team are available on 0207 432 1200 or safeguarding@ecb.co.uk

If someone is at imminent or immediate risk, you must phone Police or Local Services immediately – following which please contact the Cricket Wales Safeguarding Director for local advice and support.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.  If you are worried or have a concern, please ask for help.

 


 

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