Discrimination of any kind is unacceptable. If you are aware of or witness discrimination at any level of cricket in Gloucestershire, we want to hear from you. Whatever discrimination you are aware of or have witnessed, your report will be reviewed and dealt with in the strictest confidence. Reporting discrimination will help us to ensure cricket is a welcoming, inclusive, and diverse game for everyone.

How to report discrimination

You can choose whether to report discrimination anonymously or alongside your name and contact details via the link on this page.

We have also established a helpline - 0117 910 8003 - that people can call to report their experiences of discrimination in our county – be it at the professional or recreational level – which can help us to understand the scale and breadth of the issue and how we can improve as an organisation to ensure these things never happen again.

Only by working together with players, spectators, coaches, officials, and clubs can we make the progress cricket deserves.

What happens when you make a report?

Every report we receive is reviewed by a limited number of personnel, who will treat all submissions with urgency. We may also notify the England & Wales Cricket Board, the governing body for cricket in this country, in order for them to understand concerns that have been raised. The ECB may wish to investigate matters themselves, depending on the nature of the report.

 

Report Discrimination

To tell us about something you have been subjected to or witnessed, fill in the form below or simply email equality@glosccc.co.uk. If you are under 16, you should ask your parent or carer to fill in the form. 

You can tell us about what you have experienced or witnessed anonymously by leaving the email address, telephone number, first name and surname fields empty.

By pressing submit you are giving your explicit consent to Gloucestershire Cricket reviewing the details supplied, investigating the concern (where the concern raised is a matter for Gloucestershire) and sharing the details with any cricket organisation(s) about which there is a concern (where the concern raised is a matter for the relevant cricket organisation(s) to review and/or investigate).