Investigations, Disciplinary and Hearings
The National Community Football Policy Handbook includes various sections relating to investigations, disciplinary and hearings:
Part E includes the following sections:
- Reportable Offences
- Policy Breaches
- Disciplinary Officer
- Appeal Board
What is the purpose of Part E?
Part E sets out how alleged Reportable Offences and Policy Breaches are dealt with.
Alleged Reportable Offences are processed in accordance with Part E which covers Umpire reports, the referral and investigation of alleged Reportable Offences, Notices of Charge and Early Guilty Pleas.
Alleged Policy Breaches are processed in accordance with Part E which covers the submission and investigation of written complaints, Notices of Breach and decisions available to the AFL and Controlling Bodies following an investigation of a Policy Breach.
Part E deals with the operation and powers of the Tribunal and appeals from the Tribunal to the Appeal Board.
Other policies referenced within the National Community Football Policy Handbook that relate to investigations, disciplinary and hearings: