Electronic communication is essential for sharing stadium news and information with our members. Our communication will be timely, appropriate, and related to stadium business.
What we will do:
We use a range of electronic tools to communicate with our members. Our communication will protect members privacy, maintain clear boundaries, and ensure that bullying and harassment does not occur.
- Our website will include current information on competitions, upcoming events, tournaments, rules and by-laws.
- No offensive content or photos will be published.
- We will seek feedback from members to improve the information available on the site.
SMS and Email
- SMS messages will be short and only sent to team organisers.
- Email communication will be used when more information is required.
Social Media Websites
- We treat all social media postings, blogs, status updates and tweets as public ‘comment’.
- Postings (written, photos or videos) will be family-friendly and feature positive club news and events.
- No personal information about our members will be disclosed.
- No statements will be made that are misleading, false or likely to injure a person’s reputation.
- No statements will be made that might bring our club into disrepute.
- Abusive, discriminatory, intimidating or offensive statements will not be tolerated. Offending posts will be removed and those responsible will be blocked from the site.
What we ask you to do:
We expect our members to conduct themselves appropriately when using electronic communication to share information with other members or posting material on public websites connected to the stadium.
Electronic communication should be restricted to club matters. It should not offend, intimidate, humiliate, or bully another person. It must not be misleading, false or injure the reputation of another person and should respect and maintain the privacy of members.
Members may face disciplinary action for sending inappropriate electronic communication or posting online content or comments that harass, offend, intimidate or humiliate another member. Under certain circumstances, cyber bullying is a criminal offence that can be reported to the police.
In addition, members who publish false or misleading comments about another person in the public domain (e.g., Facebook, YouTube or Twitter) may be liable for defamation.