Basketball Victoria’s Tribunal has been established to deal with poor behaviour, both on and off the court. It is usually administered on Basketball Victoria’s behalf at local associations. Most reports are lodged by referees but others are also empowered to lodge reports. Hearings are kept as informal as possible but certain procedures must be followed by the Tribunal Members.
Introduction. Basketball Victoria has passed Tribunals By-laws to prescribe the manner in which reports are made and the matters then heard by a Tribunal. There are Tribunals established across the state. DOWNLOAD THE REFEREE GUIDE HERE. The By-laws are made for the protection of all participants in basketball.
Tribunals. All Basketball WA affiliated Associations must abide by the Basketball WA Tribunal By-Law. Associations must follow the process below and ensure tribunal results are lodged with Basketball WA. Click here to download a Report Form. Click here to download the Basketball WA Tribunal By-Law.
BASKETBALL everyone’s game Basketball Tribunal By-law For adoption by Constituent Association Members and their affiliated bodies Date adopted by Basketball Australia Board 21 September 2012 Date Tribunal By-law Effective 21 April 2013
Basketball Victoria. Basketball Victoria Office PO Box 4140 Knox City Centre Victoria Australia 3152. Basketball Victoria Country Office PO Box 463 Bendigo Victoria Australia 3552. scroll.
Basketball Australia adopts and adheres to the Sport Australia Position Statement on Concussion. It is important to note the Return to Sport protocol for children 18 years of age and under: “Children should not return to contact/collision activities before 14 days from complete resolution of all concussion symptoms.”
Basketball Australia. State Basketball Centre. VIC 3152 Wantirna South. P.O. Box 4140, Knox City Centre. Tel.: +61 3 9847 2333. E-mail: email@example.com. Website:
BQ is the state governing body for basketball in Queensland, delivering outstanding competitions, development programs and governance for basketball players, coaches, officials and administrators across the state.
Welcome to the AAT. We provide independent merits review of a wide range of administrative decisions made by the Australian Government. We can review decisions made under Commonwealth and Norfolk Island laws. We aim to make our review process accessible, fair, just, economical, informal and quick.