The policy of the UKBJJA is to promote Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as a drug-free sport, and the UKBJJA commits to educating athletes, coaches and support personnel about the dangers of doping and drugs, and to abide by the regulations of UK Anti-Doping in order to:
- Uphold and preserve the ethics of sport
- Safeguard the physical health and mental integrity of the athletes
- To ensure that all athletes have an opportunity to compete equally
The anti-doping rules of UKBJJA are the UK Anti-Doping Rules published by UK Anti-Doping Limited (UKAD).
When you become a member of the UKBJJA you agree to abide by these anti-doping rules.
CODE OF CONDUCT
COMPLAINTS & DISCIPLINARY POLICY
All complaints against ukbjja members or officials are taken seriously and dealt with equitably according to our complaints policy. Our complaints officer can be contacted at [email protected]
CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY
DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Junior Development Policy
Risk Management & Safety Policy
SAFEGUARDING POLICY & CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
The UKBJJA takes Safeguarding and Child Protection extremely seriously. Our Designated Safeguarding Officer James McIntyre can be contacted at [email protected]