If any child, parent or coach feels they have experienced discrimination in any way, or believe the Club's Code of Conduct has been broken, they should follow the procedures below:
- Submit a report on the matter to the Club Secretary that includes:
- Details of what, when and where, the occurrence took place.
- Any witness statements and names.
- Names of any others who have been treated similarly.
- Details of any former complaints made about the incident, date, when and to whom.
- A preference for a solution to the incident.
- The Club's Management Committee will sit for any hearings that are requested and have the power to:
- Issue an informal warning as to future conduct.
- Issue a formal warning as to future conduct.
- Suspend from membership.
- Remove the membership of any person found to have broken the Club's Policies and/or Code of Conduct.
- Any grievance a member of TJFC might have against an opposing team, its officials or spectators will be referred to the appropriate League via the Club's Management Committee.
- Any member of Tockwith Juniors Football Club, who breaches the Code of Conduct or the Policies contained within it, could be subject to disciplinary action.
- If found guilty of misconduct, bullying, discrimination, abuse, either physical or verbal or any action which could bring the Club's name into disrepute, the following sanctions could be applied:
- An informal warning as to future conduct.
- A formal warning as to future conduct.
- Suspension from membership.
- Removal of membership.
- Any matter that requires investigation should be reported to the relevant manager/coach or the Club Secretary, either verbally or in writing. The Club's Secretary is responsible for the recording and safe storage of such details.
- All matters relating to a breach of rules will, in the first instance, be investigated and where possible resolved by the manager/coach of the relevant age group.
- If the manager/coach is unable to resolve the issue, then it will be brought before Officials from the Club's Management Committee.
- If found guilty, any of the actions listed in section 2 above, could be applied. However, any member found guilty of a breach of the Club's codes has the right to appeal. The appeal will be heard by a different panel, assembled from the Club's Management Committee.
- This procedure is supplementary to those of the North Riding County FA and the York Mitchell Sports Mini-Soccer Football League.