A Member Protection Information Officer (MPIO) provides information about the rights, responsibilities and options available to an individual making a complaint in sport. They can also assist sport administrators and complaint handlers on Member Protection Policy. MPIOs are impartial and don’t mediate or investigate complaints.
Capital Football’s Member Protection Information Officer Kelly Stirton can be contacted via email or on 02 6260 4000.
All clubs associated with Capital Football are required to have a Member Protection Information Officer. This position is usually a voluntary position, and the Officer is required to register as a Volunteer through the Play Football registration system.
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