Respect - Play Your Part

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Introduction

Cornwall FA is committed to The FA's Respect programme which is dedicated to improving standards of behaviour at all levels of football. We are relaunching the Respect programme for the 2015/2016 season and want to re-engage Clubs, Leagues, Coaches and Referees to help us make grassroots football a better place.

Andrew Plenty, Cornwall FA's newly appointed Respect Lead Officer, intends to work closer with all members of the football community to identify good practice and take a joint proactive approach to improve behaviour at grassroots level in Cornwall:

The coming season will see Cornwall FA launch several new initiatives promote Respect, details of which you will find on this website and through our social media channels

Support for clubs and leagues to purchase touchline barriers, pitch and pavilion signage, Respect bibs and other promotional items will continue to be offered as well as tough new sanctions which have been introduced by The FA

If you have any questions, comments or ideas with regards to the Respect Campaign in Cornwall please feel free to contact new Respect Lead Officer Andrew Plenty on  07717765937 andrew.plenty@cornwallfa.com

Respect Resources

There is a whole range of Respect resources available for all aspects of the game, which inlude Respect promotional material, Codes of Conducts for coaches, referees, match officials, parents and volunteers, best practice examples for clubs and leagues, as well as guidance on how to apply for respect barriers and much more.

Please visit The FA's Respect website for a comprehensive overiew by clicking here.   

Equality and Social Inclusion

Cornwall FA is committed to promoting equality and social inclusion. Please see our equality section on the website for further detailed information. In addition The FA has a Report Discrimination number – 0800 058 0508 to report allegations of discrimination such as sexist, racist and homophobic abuse as well as abuse in relation to disability. This number is dealt with by FA staff in London although allegations can be passed back to a County FA or other organisation to deal with.

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