Basketball Victoria’s Tribunal has been established to deal with poor behaviour, both on and off the court. It is usually administered on Basketball Victoria’s behalf at local associations. Most reports are lodged by referees but others are also empowered to lodge reports.
Basketball Victoria By-laws (Tribunals) PART 1 JURISDICTIONANDESTABLISHMENTOFTRIBUNALS 1. Adoption of By-laws 1.1 These By-laws are made under the Basketball Victoria (“BV”) constitution and are known as the “Tribunal By-laws” and come into operation on 1 April 2016 and are
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1.1 These By-laws are made under the Basketball Victoria (“BV”) constitution and are known as the “Tribunal By-laws” and come into operation on 1 July 2011 and are binding on all members of BV and other persons who or organisations which
Basketball Victoria has passed Tribunals By-laws to prescribe the manner in which reports are made and the matters then heard by a Tribunal. There are Tribunals established across the state. DOWNLOAD THE REFEREE GUIDE HERE. The By-laws are made for the protection of all participants in basketball.
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Basketball Victoria will await the outcome of the independent investigation before reporting back to the BV Board with any recommendation and/or if any action is needed towards any individual, club or association. Basketball Victoria supports the principle of freedom of association for domestic clubs.
Basketball Victoria provides a level of insurance to all registered members of Affiliated Associations. BV Player Insurance BV TRIBUNAL BY-LAWS These by-laws establish the Tribunal to deal with misbehaviour in basketball. BV Tribunal By-Laws; BV MEMBER PROTECTION BY-LAWS
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Basketball Victoria also has a specialist Member Protection Tribunal and By-laws specifically to deal with any discrimination, vilification and harassment on the grounds of race, gender, religion, nationality, sexual orientation and other similar grounds.