2021 new vetting procedures

A Chairde,
 
From January 2021 new vetting procedures will apply to all volunteers in the Gaa. The lifespan of a valid Garda Vetting application will be reduced from 5 years to 3 years in accordance with guidelines nationally.
 
Any member of our Associations vetted by us prior to 1st January 2019 must apply to be re-vetted as and from 1st January 2021.
 
A period of six months from 1/1/21 will be allowed for the process of re-vetting to be completed, after which those without a valid vetting will not be permitted to participate in any activity of the Gaa involving young persons.
 
Vetting is pursued via the Gaa evetting procedure. Club Children Officers should be available to assist all members in this process. I’ve included the link to evetting form below.
 
https://www.gaa.ie/the-gaa/child-welfare-and-protection/vetting
 
It is advisable that all clubs and members of the Gaa take action on this change to vetting procedures at an early stage. Adhering to Garda vetting protocols is a legal requirement and must be strictly adhered to.
 
Thank You
 
Celbridge GAA Club Children's Officer including boys Football;
Sinéad Treacy 086 0454188
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Ladies Gaelic Football:
Leah Earley 087 3183007
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Camogie:
Fiona Lannigan 087 9872664
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Garda Vetting Officer & Children's Officer Hurling & Rounders:
Niamh O'Donovan 086 3717559
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Designated Liaison Person, DLP
Ian Power 087 650 1725
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