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Casey Netball Association is a Child Safe Organisation 

Recent review of the standards, effective 1st of July 2022, have focused on creating consistency with the National Guiding Principles, safety for First Nations children and young people, involvement of families and community in organisational decisions, management of the risks of child abuse online and offering greater clarity on the governance, systems and processes to keep children and young people safe.

​If you have any questions related to child safeguarding that cannot be answered by the resources provided here  then please contact


Casey Netball Association support and comply with Netball Victoria’s Child Safety Commitment Statement:

  • Every person in the netball community has a responsibility to understand their role in ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people in our care.

  • Netball Victoria is committed to promoting and protecting the rights of children and preventing abuse from occurring by fostering a culture where children feel safe and empowered.

  • We also seek to ensure the cultural safety of First Nations children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds and children with a disability.


We welcome all  feedback in regards to child safety at Casey NA 

For further information please contact -



Netball Australia Child Safeguarding Policy

Young People
Resources (13-18)

Child Safety
Netball Victoria
Code of Conduct 

All Netball Victoria Code of Conducts

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