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Unacceptable Conduct

The Club will not tolerate unacceptable conduct at Broadwood Stadium or at any other Stadium. Unacceptable conduct is conduct which is violent or unruly.

Violent conduct includes any actual, attempted or threatened physical violence against any person, or intentional damage to property.
Unruly conduct includes any actions which offend individuals or groups of people by the use of threatening, abusive or insulting words or conduct because of: Colour, race, religion, nationality or ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, disability. The displaying of any other things that is threatening, abusive or insulting to others.

Those entering Broadwood are deemed to have agreed to be subject to search procedures, any flag(s), banner(s) and the like which may contain offensive or otherwise unacceptable material, and/or flares, fireworks, devices capable of emitting smoke or any other object which may cause or be part of any incident of misbehaviour and/or Unacceptable Conduct may be confiscated during such a search.

Any person engaging in unacceptable conduct may be subject to any or a combination of the following sanctions:
Removal from the stadium
Suspension from attending official matches involving the club
Indefinite ban from attending official matches involving the club
Report to the police and possible criminal proceedings

All Club employees/officials have a responsibility to make it clear that such behaviour by anyone connected with the Club is completely unacceptable.

All reported incidents will be fully investigated by the Club with a written report being produced for the attention of the Clubs Executive Committee who considers any required intervention to ensure all practical steps are taken to ensure such incidents are not repeated.

Ref: Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012