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APPENDIX 16

ENGLAND GOLF DBS FLOWCHART

Is the individual carrying out any of the

following activities?

- Teaching, training, instructing, caring

for or supervising children

- Providing guidance and advice on

well-being for children

- Driving a vehicle to solely transport

children

Does this activity happen as often

as any of the following?

- Once a week or more often

- 4 or more days in a 30 day period

- ANY overnight between 2am and

6am

YES

NO Will the individual be sufficiently

supervised ** by someone in

Regulated Activity?

YES

Will the activity happen

on a regular* basis?

NO

There is NO

requirement for a

DBS check in these

circumstances

NO YES

The individual is

eligible for an

Enhanced DBS

without Barred List

check. England

Golf advise that this

check is carried out. YES

This is REGULATED

ACTIVITY. The individual

is required to have an

Enhanced DBS with the

Barred List check.

NO

* Regular is open to definition - it is suggested that annually would be insufficient but an

argument for eligibility could be made if the individual does an acitivity once a month or a

number of times over the summer period, for example.

**Supervision must be 'reasonable in all the circumstances to ensure the protection of

children'. It must be 'regular and day to day' (supervision must not be concentrated in first

few weeks and then tail off). Supervision must be undertaken by someone who is in

Regulated Activity themselves.

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