BCCMA Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
Aligned to our policy to safeguard children and vulnerable adults, the BCCMA offers a DBS checking service to members who are engaged in frequent or regular contact with children and vulnerable adults in their martial arts setting. The service will enable members to obtain a DBS enhanced check.
BCCMA members can register for the service at: https://membermojo.co.uk/scima
You can register and then arrange for your identification documents to be validated by the BCCMA verification officers either by post or at the DBS Checking Desk at national events.
You will need to bring certain forms of identification which meet the DBS requirements which are provided in our Safeguarding Update May 2018.
DBS Documents and links:
- BCCMA recommended DBS service (Scima online)
- DBS Code of Practice 2015
- DBS Regulated Activity with Children Guidance Note 2015
- Minimum Ages Guidance Document for Coaches 2015
Do you have a concern?
If you’re concerned about possible child abuse or bad practice within a Chinese martial arts school, club or association, competition or any other Chinese martial arts environment then you should immediately contact:
Your Association’s Welfare Officer who may refer the issue to the BCCMA Safeguarding Directorate
The BCCMA Safeguarding Directorate – firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you believe that a child or vulnerable adult is at immediate risk of harm or abuse or requires medical attention, then dial 999 and contact the emergency services and follow any advice given.
As soon as possible, but within 24 hours, follow the recording and reporting steps set out in the BCCMA Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy.
Safeguarding Code Posters For Clubs/School/Class (print ready):
Safeguarding Code Posters For Associations (print ready):