The Welsh Wrestling Association (Welsh Wrestling) is committed to ensuring that every person who participates in wrestling has a safe, enjoyable and positive experience.
Welsh Wrestling works with the Child Protection in Sport Unit, a unit within the NSPCC, to ensure that clubs within the organisation help safeguard children during their sporting activities. Welsh Wrestling is committed to the training and supporting of Club Welfare Officers to develop club guidelines and safety checklists for their members whether at their home club, traveling to competitions or abroad.
Welsh Wrestling believes that the welfare of young people is everyone’s responsibility, particularly when it comes to protecting young people from abuse, however, it is important to remember that it is not the responsibility of those working within the organisation to determine if abuse has taken place, but it is their responsibility to act upon and report any concerns.
Downloads of policy documents are at the bottom of this page; please use http://translate.google.com/ for translation of all documents and articles contained within the Welsh Wrestling website.
For further information on the NSPCC and the CPSU: www.nspcc.org.uk
Help for children & young people NSPCC Childline Tel: 0800 1111
You can also click the logo to go to their websites:
Help for adults – NSPCC Tel: 0808 800 5000
For all other contact details please see below
Welsh Wrestling Safeguarding Officer: Barry Pollin 07595733790 (email@example.com)
BWA Lead Safeguarding Officer: Andreas Michaelas 07494 162 414 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BWA Board Safeguarding Champion: Liz Riley (email@example.com)
BWA Mental Health Support: firstname.lastname@example.org