Child Safe Standards CV Statement of Commitment to Child Safety

Statement of Commitment to Child Safety

CV Organisations recognise that Children need special care and attention. As such, CV Organisations are committed to the protection and safety of Children. CV Organisations aim to protect the welfare of Children involved in the sport of cricket by creating, implementing and complying with the following measures.

In recognising the need for an emphasis to be placed on the safety of Children in cricket, CV Organisations are committed to:

(a) ensuring the safety and wellbeing of Children who participate in Cricket Victoria's activities and ensuring that their experiences within cricket in Victoria are positive;
(b) ensuring Children are empowered and know what behaviour is and is not acceptable;
(c) ensuring Children know how to report (and where to report) an incident if and feel empowered to do so if they are either subject to, or become aware of, potential abuse or misconduct;
(d) prioritising and addressing the concerns of Children in relation to their safety;
(e) undertaking thorough screening processes to reduce the risk of people with improper motives being involved in Cricket Victoria's activities.
(f) communicating openly with parents of Children and always ensuring safety of Children is paramount; and
(g) remaining vigilant to ensure best practice standards in relation to Child safety are utilised in delivering Cricket Victoria's services and activities.

CV will, in addition to the above, also take reasonable steps to promote the cultural safety of Aboriginal Children and Children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds as well as promoting the safety of Children with a disability.

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