British Swimming's Judicial Code document is used to govern the procedures of any protests or complaints.
British Swimming’s Judicial system is in place to deal fairly with protests and complaints in relation to matters falling under British Swimming's jurisdiction, as detailed at Rule 3 of the Code.
This includes those arising from competitions promoted by or on behalf of British Swimming in England, Scotland or Wales.
British Swimming’s Judicial Code sets out procedures relating how to bring a complaint, and how it will then be processed through the judicial system.
Following approval by the November 2014 British Swimming Board, some changes have been made to the Judicial Code with effect from 1st January 2015.
Should you require a copy and have difficulty downloading it, please contact the British Swimming Judicial Administrator for assistance on 01509 640270. A copy of the Complaint Form required to bring action under the British Swimming Judicial Code is also available from the British Swimming Judicial Administrator.
British Swimming Judicial Decisions
Attention is drawn to section 24.1 of the British Swimming Disciplinary Code (June 2007) whereby the decisions published here may be the subject of an appeal if filed within 28 days of the decision being notified to the parties.
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