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All at Tranmere Rovers around you think that your health, safety and welfare are very important.

At our Club we respect all children and adults and help to protect their rights.

We do our best to help all children enjoy the activities they attend.

How are children protected at Tranmere Rovers?

All staff who work with anyone under 18 go through a rigorous recruitment and induction process, which includes background checks before they start working. 

We have an environment that is safe and where you can feel comfortable talking to staff.

We have trained safeguarding staff who are there at all matches and activities.

 Staff are made aware of how to recognise risks in different situations and how to keep your safe

What to do if you are worried about something.

Tell someone. It can be difficult at first to ask for help. Here’s what you can do

Choose someone you trust or think will help. Sometimes this is difficult but at Tranmere Rovers all staff will listen. All coaches are trained in safeguarding and we also have specialist staff at match days. They wear blue vests and have identification cards. 

They will help you to explain what you are worried about, listen to what you say and then act to make sure you are safe.

You don’t have to share everything all at once. Tell them what worries you -  telling someone is the most important thing. 

They will contact the Designated Safeguarding Officer Paul Morrison on who will then find the best help for you or you can email him direct.

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