Club Ethos

Here in Crokes we are starting as awareness campaign with regard to Club policies and the responsibilities shared by us all when it comes to Child Protection and Child Welfare issues.

The safeguarding of our members will always be a key priority as we recognise that the welfare of the child is of paramount importance in our work. Every player and parent who registers with Kilmacud will be agreeing to abide by our codes of behaviour so we are urging you to be aware and read carefully. As each policy is reviewed and updated we will be publishing here on the Websites and making it available and easily accessible to members. It is all of our responsibility to ensure the best practice is implemented in Kilmacud Crokes.
 

If you have a concern you can contact your section or the Club Children's Officer. Please remember that the majority of breaches of our Code of Behaviour are in fact instances of poor or bad practice and with the co-operation of all concerned, may be rectified and may not occur again.

If you have a concern/query you can contact the Children's officer in your section or the Club Children's Officer. Please remember that the majority of breaches of our Code of Behaviour are in fact instances of poor or bad practice and with the co-operation of all concerned, may be rectified and may not occur again.

Frances Ferris is the Club Children's Officer and "Designated Person": +353-87-289 8578

 

There are also three Children's Officers in the juvenile sections:

Sean Delap – Coiste: +353-87-620 2827 (Boys hurling and football to the age of 12)
Niamh Murphy – Camogie: +353-86-333 4080
Catherine Bedford – Ladies Football: +353-87-919 9035

You can approach any of the children's officers in the strictest of confidence, (it is not confined to your section).

Our Games Our Code (PDF)

This code is jointly produced and supported by ALL the governing bodies including:
Cumann Lúthchleas Gael (The Gaelic Athletic Association)
An Cumann Camógaíochta (The Camogie Association)
Cumann Peil Gael na mBan (Ladies Gaelic Football Association)