Safeguarding at Shrewsbury Town is everyone’s responsibility
Shrewsbury Town Football Club is committed to Safeguarding. It is our responsibility, with you, to ensure everyone in our care or attending our activities is in a safe environment - free from risk and harm.
We are a learning organisation, always looking to improve our standards. We have policies in place to support and guide us, our children, young people, and vulnerable adults. We are committed to having the right people involved, and we practice safer recruitment, including checks, training, and monitoring.
The Club complies with Government legislation relating to Safeguarding Children, and adults at risk. We adhere to both FA regulations and regulatory requirements of the EFL. We have formed links with our partners at Shropshire Local Authority.
We have a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy, supported by our Board, Management, and Staff. We have a listening culture, embedding good practice whilst constantly striving to improve our service. We have a robust system in place where we respond to all reported Safeguarding concerns, these are recorded, investigated, and reviewed.
If you have a concern about the safety or welfare of a child or adult at risk, you can speak to the following
- Member of staff
- Person in charge of the activity
- Head of Safeguarding
If you are worried about the immediate safety or welfare of a child you can contact
- Police 999
- NSPCC Childline 08001111
- Shropshire Social services Initial care team 0345 678 9021
- Out of hours 0345 678 9040
Here at Shrewsbury Town Football Club, we are committed to listening to concerns and experience both past and present.
If you wish to share your experience we can listen and identify support for you.
- FA Safeguarding: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- EFL Safeguarding: safeguarding@EFL.com
- View our Safeguarding Handbook
- View our Equality Policy