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Safeguarding and Welfare

All the information to help safeguard in football

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE FA IS COMMITTED TO ITS RESPONSIBILITIES TO SAFEGUARDING THE WELFARE OF ALL YOUNG PEOPLE INVOLVED IN GRASSROOTS FOOTBALL.

 

We fully support and appreciate our team of dedicated volunteer Club and League Welfare Officers working towards maintaining a safe and fun environment for young people who play, train, referee and coach.

 

We strongly believe in ‘listening to children and young people’ and that their views are really important.

Get In Touch

By Phone: 01159837400
(9am - 5pm Monday - Friday)

By Email: Safeguarding@nottinghamshirefa.com

Direct

By Phone: 07415238880

By Email: Julia.Crone@NottinghamshireFA.com
crc

obtaining a criminal records check

Nottinghamshire FA in line with The FA requires those working in eligible roles with children and young people to pass a criminal records check as government guidance and standard practice.

Find out if you need one, why you need one and how to obtain a CRC by clicking the link below.

 

Safeguarding
FAQs

If you are on Whole Game System as the Club Welfare Officer, contact fachecks@thefa.com to register as the verifier.

The system recognises your email address as the verifier so you will need use a different email address to register as an applicant.

The online system shows the completion of the DBS process. Once that process is completed the FA makes its decision based on the content.

There can be a few weeks delay between completion of the DBS process and it showing as accepted on Whole Game System.

The DBS certificate is not a certificate of acceptance it is just part of the process. The only way to see if they are accepted is on member services.

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