Case Management Group

Basketball England is committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children and adults at risk that are involved in basketball.


To ensure that all cases and concerns regarding children and adults at risk are managed effectively, progressed in the right direction, ensure appropriate action is taken and to make sure that the welfare of all of those involved is not compromised, Basketball England has appointed a Case Management Group. 

A Case Management Group (CMG) is responsible for ensuring that all allegations, incidents, or referrals related to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk are dealt with fairly and equitably within appropriate timescales. This includes criminal records disclosure (DBS) information being considered and decided on a consistent and equitable basis. 

The exact membership of Basketball England's Case Management Group has been appointed through a transparent recruitment process with the aim to recruit people with backgrounds in safeguarding, child protection and adults at risk. Members appointed to the group will have an experience and knowledge of multi-agency safeguarding, knowledge of legislation and guidance on safeguarding issues and have worked or volunteered in a safeguarding role or within statutory agencies. 

The full remit of the Case Management Group and it's terms of reference, in detail, can be found by clicking the button below: