Child Protection Policy
Hull Kingston Rovers and Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust recognise that protecting and safeguarding children and young people is a shared responsibility and depends upon effective joint working between agencies and professionals that have different roles and expertise.
Individual children and young people, especially some of the most vulnerable children and those at greatest risk of social exclusion, will need coordinated help from health, education and children’s social care services. The voluntary sector and other agencies also have an important role in protecting and safeguarding children.
Hull Kingston Rovers and Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust have a responsibility to protect and safeguard the welfare of children and young people they come into contact with. The need for guidelines and procedures is important to ensure that this is done with understanding and clarity.
A full copy of the club’s current Child Protection Policy can be downloaded by clicking here.