New Child Safety Officer

New Child Safety Officer at Zebras
Brunswick Zebras FC is pleased to announce that Emma Hunt has taken on the role of the club’s Child Safety Officer.
Emma is a lawyer with many years experience in legal practice, policy and projects in not for profit organisations, government and law firms in multiple jurisdictions.   She is currently working as a senior manager in the Victorian Department of Justice and Regulation.
Importantly Emma has a strong understanding of community sport gained through her role as a parent of three talented, multi-sport daughters, two of whom are current Brunswick Zebras players.  
Emma is approachable and understanding and if you have queries about any Child Safety issues at the club in relation to any players or officials please do not hesitate to contact her by phone on 0429 528 333 or email at
Child Safety at Zebras
In line with Victorian Government requirements Brunswick Zebras FC has developed the necessary Child Safety Policy and Code of Conduct which all Victorian sports clubs must put in place. 

Brunswick Zebras FC  is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of all children. We have zero tolerance for child abuse. Everyone involved at the Club is responsible for the care and protection of children and reporting information about child abuse. 

Our Child Safety Policy is based on the following principles:

  1. the Club has zero tolerance for child abuse;

  2. the best interests of the child are paramount;

  3. child protection is a shared responsibility;

  4. all children have a right to feel safe and be safe when they play football, and have equal rights to protection from abuse;

  5. the Club recognises that the Victorian schools system has provided children at the club with appropriate education in child safety and disclosure and the Club will build on this awareness in the context of the club environment;

  6. the Club is committed to the diversity and cultural safety of all children, including (but not limited to) the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, minors from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, minors with disabilities, and make reasonable efforts to accommodate these matters; and

  7. everyone covered by the Policy must at all times comply with, and be bound to, the Club’s Child Safety Code of Conduct. 

For more information about the club’s Child Safe Strategy click HERE


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