Rules, Regulations & Licences
The FDJFC aims to provide an opportunity for the youth of our area to participate in Australian Rules Football and enhance their health and well-being through organised sport. The club, will at all times, endeavour to provide for the health, welfare and well-being of its players, supporters and spectators.
All players, coaches and officials, parents, supporters and committee members have a responsibility at all times when representing the FDJFC to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner consistent with these principles and or Codes of Conduct.
Club Policies & Procedures
View Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) Policies and Procedures document.
Codes Of Conduct
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) has adopted mandatory & enforceable codes of conduct for coaches, players, parents, supporters and officials aligned with those established by the AFL.
Alcohol Management Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) recognises the importance of holding a liquor licence, enabling it to generate income and hold social functions. In doing so however, we accept the responsibilities and expectations of the community in adhering to liquor licensing laws and the criteria of the Good Sports program.
Anti Bullying Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club has a zero tolerance of bullying practices and seeks to educate our players, parents, coaches and club officials about acceptable behaviour.
Communications & Social Media Policy
Electronic communication is essential for sharing club news and information with our members. The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club will use a range of electronic tools as a means of communicating with our members. Our communication will protect members’ privacy maintain clear boundaries and ensure that bullying and harassment does not occur.
Disability Action Plan
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) recognizes that it is unlawful to treat a person with a disability less favourably than a person who does not have a disability, in the same or similar circumstances. Such discrimination is covered by the Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Equal Opportunity Act 1995.
Illegal Drug Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) understands and accepts it has a duty of care to provide a safe and healthy environment, free of illegal drugs. This policy reflects a commitment by the club to the health, safety and welfare of all its members.
Issue Resolution Policy & Guidelines
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) requires that all issues are resolved to the satisfaction of the members and Committee in a timely fashion. Accordingly, issue resolution procedures have been developed to enable this objective to be fulfilled.
Respect & Responsibility Statement
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) commits to the objective of the AFL’s Respect and Responsibility Policy to create safe, welcoming and inclusive environments for women and girls at all levels of Australian Football.
Risk Management Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) is committed to managing risk. The objective of this policy is to eliminate or minimise risks associated with our club.
Safe Transport Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) understands and accepts its responsibility to the safety of our members and friends. This policy aims to provide a basis for the responsible use and/or
non-use of alcohol by the club and to avoid any incidents as people travel to or from the club and its events.
Smoke Free Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) recognises that passive smoking (inhaling second-hand smoke) is hazardous to health and that non-smokers should be protected from tobacco smoke. Accordingly the Club has adopted a Smoke Free Policy to help protect people’s health.
Vilification & Discrimination Tolerance Policy
The Frankston Dolphins Junior Football Club (Inc) is committed to an environment which promotes racial and religious tolerance by prohibiting certain conduct and providing a means of redress for victims
of racial and religious vilification and/or racial discrimination.