Policies

KJFC Constitution

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KJFC Club Policy

In accordance with the principal objective of the Kingsley Junior Football Club (KJFC (Inc.)), which is to promote good fellowship, true sportsmanship and citizenship among the junior footballers of our Club, the Committee has adopted this Policy and Code of Conduct Manual.

This Policy and Code of Conduct Manual aims to ensure that all Club Members, playing or otherwise, are encouraged towards social and behavioral conduct of the highest order, and that policies adopted are fair, equitable and uniform.

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Codes of Conduct

The major objective of Junior Football is to provide an opportunity for all children to play Australian Football in a safe environment designed to maximise the acquisition of skill and provide enjoyment (Fun). The following Codes of Conduct, if followed by all people involved in our junior game, should ensure the fulfillment of this important objective. The West Australian Football Commission Football Affairs Committee strongly advises that all persons involved be issued with copies of the appropriate code of conduct.

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District Codes of Conduct and Policies

Parents and players are required to be aware of the following policies:

WAFC By Laws & Competition Documents

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Safety Policy

The safety of all players and spectators is our primary concern.

We will actively seek to promote, encourage and support Sport Safe strategies for all training and competition sessions at all levels.

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Concussion Policy

Concussion is a relatively common injury in Australian football. The overall incidence rate is 5-6 concussions per 1000 player hours, which equates to an average of 6-7 injuries per team per season.

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