Rainhill & Croxteth Judo Clubs embrace British Judo Association Child Protection Safelandings.   

Safelandings is an official document that outlines child protection policies and procedures for British Judo and all of it’s home nations: JudoScotland, Northern Ireland Judo Federation and Welsh Judo.

Safelandings should be used as an initial point of reference for clubs and individuals regarding child protection matters.

We are currently recruiting to hold the posts of Welfare Officers in each of the clubs.  Ideally we would like 2 per club and preferably 1 male, 1 female.

If you would like to support the clubs and our judo family, speak to Kerry for further information.


Click here to download British Judo’s Safelandings

Safeguarding in sport is a set of actions that help to ensure all children and vulnerable adults participating in sport have a positive experience.

Safeguarding is focused on keeping all children and vulnerable adults safe from harm, abuse, violence, exploitation and neglect.

A key part of safeguarding is spreading the message about keeping children and vulnerable adults safe, to challenge community norms and build a community culture in judo of always acting in the best interest of all children at all times.

Safeguarding in judo

British Judo take safeguarding and the safety of its members extremely seriously. Use the menu bar to explore this section of the website and find out more about safeguarding and what measures you and your club can take to minimise the risks to children at your club.

Do you have a concern?

If you’re concerned about possible child abuse or bad practice within a British Judo club, competition or any other judo environment then you should immediately contact:

Your Club Welfare Officer – The contact details of your club’s welfare officer should be clearly advertised at your club and on the club’s website.


British Judo Safeguarding Team – 0121 728 6920 or keith.eldridge@britishjudo.org.uk.