Whistleblowing and Complaints
It is the policy of the British Wrestling Association Ltd (BWA) to ensure the maintenance of the highest ethical standards in all areas of the BWA’s activities and to encourage a free and open culture in dealings between the officers, employees and members.
The purpose of the Whistle Blowing Policy is to give guidance to employees/members as to the actions open to them should they suspect that these standards are not being observed by any colleague(s) and who may from time to time feel that they need to raise certain issues relating to the BWA with someone in confidence.
If you have suspicions, you should follow the Whistle Blowing Policy (link)
The objective of the BWA's independent judicial system is to secure, as expeditiously as possible, a just outcome following the submission of a complaint by the system and procedures set out in this Judicial Code (Complaints Policy).
If you have a complaint, you should follow the Judicial Code (Complaints Policy)(link)
Summary reporting of statistics
|Dec 2016||Formal Complaint triggering Judicial Code|
|Dec 2016||Formal Complaint triggering Judicial Code - verdict|
|Feb 2016||Formal Complaint triggering Judicial Code - verdict|
|Jan 2015||Whistleblowing allegation submitted|
|Nov 2014||Formal Complaint - settled through mediation|
|Aug 2014||Whistleblowing allegation submitted|
|Jun 2014||Formal Complaint triggering Judicial Code - withdrawn|
|Feb 2013||Formal Complaint triggering Judicial Code - verdict|