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Reporting any incident or allegation is never an easy or a light decision but rest assured that it will always be taken seriously, addressed and responded to.

Anybody can report an incident or allegation. If you experience something personally or witness or hear something which you think is discriminatory or a safeguarding concern, please report it.

If you feel able to raise it with the person at the time; raise it.

If you feel able to raise it with the club; raise it and if you don’t there are various other people you can raise your concern with:

Stump It Out! Report It

Remember you do not have to be the person experiencing the issue; it is everybody’s responsibility to address and challenge discrimination, inappropriate behaviour, and poor sportsmanship. Only then can we start to address and change the culture and acceptance of these types of behaviour.

To aid that process, the Surrey Cricket Foundation (SCF) has created a proforma of what that reporting process may look like. If you have any questions or queries, please contact us on email at diversitymatters@surreycricket.com or visit our FAQs below for more information.

“OUR ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LEAD IS TONIKA CAMPBELL WHO CAN BE CONTACTED ON 07756 269 618 OR VIA EMAIL ON DIVERSITYMATTERS@SURREYCRICKET.COM.”

Tonika CampbellAnti-Discrimination Officer
Email Tonika

FAQs

Who will work on my investigation?

How long will an investigation take?

Who will know about me raising a complaint/concern?

Will the Club/League be made aware of my complaint/concern?

Who can make a complaint/concern?

Can I report a complaint/concern anonymously?

What should I include in my complaint/concern?

How and who can I report a complaint/concern to?

I have reported a complaint to my club and nothing happened/I am unhappy with the outcome, what can I do now?

I'm unhappy with the outcome, what can I do now?

Raise an allegation/complaint

Complete an online allegation/complaint form

ALL SAFEGUARDING

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