Grievance and Disciplinary

The following documents set out the procedures to follow if you feel that you or your club has been badly treated by any British Rowing body, whether that be British Rowing itself or any associated group.

For guidance on how British Rowing manage complaints relating to Safeguarding and Protecting Children, see the document “Information for those against whom a complaint of poor practice or an allegation of abuse has been made“.

Guidance for individuals who have had a complaint made against them, can look at the document “Information for those against whom a complaint of poor practice or an allegation of abuse has been made“.

Downloads

British Rowing’s Guidelines on Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures in Rowing

Disciplinary Grievance Regulations Excerpt 31.8.18

Notice of Appeal Form 31.8.18

 

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