Child Safeguarding Statement:

GAA Code of Behaviour.

 

Maintaining Good Practice and Behaviour- A Guide.
https://www.gaa.ie/api/pdfs/image/upload/o3i1quplsy8c6e5w0nmo.pdf

 

Dealing with Allegations or Concerns of Abuse.
https://www.gaa.ie/api/pdfs/image/upload/n5hsvzyl3eb5kbrfbyfe.pdf

 

Tackling Bullying in Your Club.
https://www.gaa.ie/api/pdfs/image/upload/ztfph7tx3erl8jb0pw4j.pdf

 

Policy on the Online Coaching of Children.
https://www.gaa.ie/api/pdfs/image/upload/noga2qz5r24reojllc3m.pdf

 

Safeguarding Training.
https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/child-safeguarding-and-protection/safeguarding-training

Garda Vetting

Click on the link below for information on Garda Vetting.
https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/child-safeguarding-and-protection/vetting

 

GAA Child Welfare and Protection Awareness in Sport Workshops

Child Welfare Tutors

Safeguarding Tutors.
https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/child-safeguarding-and-protection/child-welfare-trainers

 

Kildare Gaa Designated Liaison Person.

Mick Gorman.

Each Club and County Board must appoint a Designated Liaison Person (DLP) who shall act as a resource, and is responsible for ensuring that reporting procedures within the Club/County are followed so that child welfare and protection concerns are referred promptly to Tusla.

 

Kildare Gaa Children’s Officer.

Dermot Lavin. 083-4477301

The key role of the County Children’s Officer is to ensure the implementation and promotion of the Code of Behaviour (Underage) at both Club and County level so as to ensure that young people can participate, enjoy, and benefit from our Gaelic Games in safe and enjoyable surroundings.

 

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