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Safeguarding

Safeguarding Policies

Ipswich Town FC recognises that the safety and protection of children and young people engaged in club activities must take priority over all other considerations.

Ipswich Town FC is committed to creating opportunities for adults with disabilities and mental health issues to participate in a broad spectrum of activities at the club and at the same time develop a safe culture for all participants.

To view every element of our Safeguarding Policy, follow the links below-

Safeguarding Children & Young People

Safeguarding Children Policy

Mascot Policy

Ball Assistant Policy

Photography and Digital Images

Safeguarding Children Incident Form

Safeguarding Adults

Safeguarding Adults Policy

Photography and Digital Images

Safeguarding Adult Incident Form

Whistle blowing Policy

Social Media Policy

Should you have any safeguarding concerns about children or vulnerable adult contact one of the following:

Safeguarding Manager

Ian Milne

01473 400500

ianm@marcusevans.com

Club Welfare Officer / Academy Designated Safeguarding Officer

Helen Broughton

01473 662729

Helen.broughton@itfc.co.uk

Designated Safeguarding Officer

Stuart Hayton

01473 400500

Stuart.hayton@itfc.co.uk

Designated Safeguarding Officer- HR

Denise Booth

01473 400595

Denise.booth@itfc.co.uk

Matchday Designated Safeguarding Officer

Lauren Woollard

01473 400584

Lauren.woollard@itfc.co.uk

 

In an emergency, call the FA NSPCC ON 0808 800 5000 or the Police on 999. Report your actions to the club ASAP.

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