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DATA PROTECTION POLICY
This document sets out how Crawley Croquet Club (CCC) satisfies the processing requirements
of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which come into force in May 2108.
The club requests the following personal data from its members
• telephone number(s)
• email address
• postal address
• croquet handicap levels
All of this data is held securely by the Secretary for administrative purposes.
Our members can agree to any or all or none of the following options:
in relation to our own club activities:
• allow your name, phone number(s), email address and handicap to be sent to other members and displayed
on a list in the Clubhouse (postal addresses will not be included)
• receive occasional emails or written correspondence relating to the club’s activities or other croquet-
in relation to the Croquet Association (CA):
• allow your name and postal address to be passed to the CA so that you can become a Standard Member of the CA
• allow the remainder of your personal data to be passed to the CA
• allow CA members of all clubs of which you may be a member to see your data
• allow all CA members to see your data
(The CA processes any personal data you have allowed them to have in accordance with their data Sharing Agreement
Your data will be deleted 15 months after you cease to be a member.
CCC will not provide your personal information to any other party without your written consent.
If members of this club wish to amend or request deletion of their personal data they should contact the Secretary.
(This Policy was approved at the Club's AGM 6th April 2018 and copied to all current members at that time)
Crawley Croquet Club’s Safeguarding Policy
Crawley Croquet Club, as an affiliated member club of the Croquet Association (CA), accepts that all our members have a responsibility to safeguard all vulnerable people sharing in all our activities.
The Club Committee has ensured that:
1.A Local Safeguarding Officer (LSO) is appointed, and their contact details registered with the CA
2.All members of this Club are informed on joining, and reminded annually thereafter, of their responsibilities to:
a. Be aware of the need to safeguard children (i.e. all those under 18 years old) and adults at risk.
b. Be good role models both in play and other croquet activities
c. Be aware of, and comply with, the CA Codes of Safeguarding Conduct
d. Know how to contact their Local Safeguarding Officer (LSO) or Chairman
e. Report any safeguarding concerns they have to the LSO or Chairman at the earliest opportunity
3.Those whose responsibilities will include operating the safeguarding systems and procedures set up by this Policy will liaise with the LSO to ensure they are undertaken correctly. These will include:
a. Club Secretary and/or Membership Secretary
b. Those with access to personal data
d. Team Captains
e. Tournament and event organisers
4.Our adoption and implementation of this policy, with the Chairman and LSOs' contact details are displayed clearly:
a. On our website
b. On a clearly displayed poster on our premises
5.Any safeguarding matter that arises is reported to the next committee meeting and an annual report is presented to AGM.
This policy is reviewed triennially by the Croquet Association.
The Club's Chair and the appointed Local Safeguarding Officer have lead responsibility in this area to ensure these policies (and their associated procedures) are implemented:
•CA Child Safeguarding Policy:croquet.org.uk/?Service=safeguarding
•CA Safeguarding Adults at Risk Policy:croquet.org.uk/?p=ca/schemes/SafeguardingAdults
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The Croquet Association's Safeguarding Policy was adopted by this Club on 14 June 2023
This policy is reviewed annually to reflect best practice
Our Local Safeguarding Officer is:
The CA Safeguarding Officer is: