United Karate Association is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and positive environment and accepts responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children and vulnerable adults involved in Karate.

Ian Cuthbert, UKA Founder

United Karate Association safeguarding children and adults policy and procedures apply to all individuals at risk of harm.



Coaches involved in sport for young people have the opportunity and responsibility to be a positive role model.

Code of


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Practicing Karate in a safe way, in a safe enviroment, is of paramount importance.

Safe Practice

Fill out this form if there is a safeguarding incident,

or concern.

Incident Concern Report Form

Risk assessments are essential. We use this form to fill out our risk assessments.

 Risk Assessment Form

Everyone needs to be aware of the 'Position of Trust', to help promote responsible relationships within sport.

Position of


Various helpful and trusted charities and organisations, get more information or contact someone who can help.

Useful Safeguarding Links

UKA Safeguarding Officer

Daniel Thackray

07502 261891