Roles and responsibilities

Grassroots refs need more support
Volume 4 Number 1
Basketball referee Scott Butler provides his views on the needs of grassroots officials.
Soccerball
Sporting tribunal operations - what you need to know
Volume 4 Number 2
Understanding the procedures and requirements associated with sporting tribunals can help assist in the prompt and satisfactory resolution of issues.
Diving judges
Problems and issues in the recruitment and retention of sports officials
Volume 4 Number 1
Problems and issues in the recruitment and retention of sports officials.
Hockey official in action
Time to respect the official, sport
Volume 3 Number 2
The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) has launched a nationwide public awareness campaign as part of the Year of the Official to promote greater recognition and respect for officials.
Netball umpire in action
A letter to sports administrators
Volume 3 Number 2
An open letter from an official to all sports administrators
Children playing football in the mudd
Member protection - Implications for the official
Volume 3 Number 1
In today‚Äôs sporting culture, officials are becoming increasingly accountable for their actions.  The days of officials being able to maintain a low profile and get on with their jobs without abuse, lack of respect or undue scrutiny have long passed.

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