Hambledon Cricket Club is keen to promote the safe and responsible use of communication and interactive technologies within cricket.
As a member or guest of Hambledon Cricket Club you are expected to abide by the following code of conduct:
- Take responsibility for your own use of communication and interactive technologies, making sure you use new technologies safely, responsibly and legally within the context of cricket.
- No communication device or service, including interactive communication services such as social networking may be used to bring the club, its members or cricket into disrepute.
- No communication device or service, including interactive communication services such as social networking may be used for inappropriate behaviour online within the context of cricket including the bullying or harassment of others in any form, defamation, obscene or abusive language, the uploading of material which is libellous, defamatory, obscene, illegal, shows nudity or is violent.
- Report any known misuse of communication and interactive technologies within the context of cricket, including unacceptable behaviour, inappropriate contact with children online and illegal content including sexual abuse/indecent images of children, according to the relevant club and ECB safeguarding policies and procedures.
- Any report of the misuse of communication and interactive technologies within the context of cricket will be investigated according to the club's policy and procedures and may result in the club's sanctions being enforced. Depending upon the seriousness of the incident legal action may be taken and where suspected criminal activity has taken place a report will be made to the police.
- Any young person (under 18) who is available for selection by the adult teams will agree to be contacted by the Senior Captain or Chairman of Selectors.