Hampshire County have a dedicated Welfare officer, Roland Fugh, he can be contacted on welfare@hampshirejudo.org.uk if you need advice or have any concerns to raise.

The role of the County Welfare Officer is to support the club welfare officers in the county and to report findings back to the management committee. Where necessary they will forward concerns on to the BJA National Lead Child Protection Officer for matters to be resolved.

If you would like to support your club by becoming a welfare officer you can find information on the role & responsibilities here:


Any other information regarding safeguarding can be found here:-


British Judo’s Child Protection policy is available here http://www.britishjudo.org.uk/pdf/BritishJudoCPProceduresreleasedAug08.pdf

If you are an adult wishing to partake in Safeguarding or Welfare Training, you could complete this online BJA course here  or you can attend one of UKCoaching’s Safeguarding Courses. https://www.ukcoaching.org/courses/workshops/safeguarding-protecting-children