The FDBA is a Full Member of Basketball Victoria (BV) and is bound by BV’s Policies and Procedures.
The FDBA takes great effort in providing programs & facilities which are well administered and benefit the community of Frankston.
It is now accepted and enforced that each individual, player, referee, official, staff member, board member, team or Club that represents our Association or participates in competitions under the FDBA banner shall abide by the policies below.
FDBA RULES OF OPERATION (FDBA CONSTITUTION)
The Rules of Operations (Constitution) and supporting documents aim to providing programs & facilities which are well administered and benefit the community of Frankston.
- FDBA Rules of Operation (Under Review)
- FDBA Board Member Code of Conduct
- FDBA Constitution Review Sub-Committee Charter
- FDBA Finance Sub-Committee Charter
- FDBA Expenditure Approval Policy
- FDBA Complaint and Grievance Policy
FDBA CERTIFICATE OF CURRENCY
Click on the link below to access information or download certificate of currency documentation.
FDBA CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
FDBA is committed to the safety and well being of all children. We support the rights of the child and will act without hesitation to ensure a child safe environment is marinated at all times.
FDBA SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY
- FDBA Social Media Policy (DRAFT July 2019)
FDBA CCTV POLICY
FRANKSTON BASKETBALL (COMPETITIONS)
The Frankston & District Basketball Association (FDBA) aims to provide opportunities for all those involved in the sport to continuously learn and develop their skills, knowledge and understanding of the game of basketball, thus enhancing and prolonging their enjoyment of the game. The Competition By-Laws and supporting documents aim to offer a fair competition for all participants.
- Competition By-Laws
- Junior Competition Rules
- Junior Representative Player Points Rule
- Junior Representative Player Nomination Form
- Junior Fill-in Player Policy
- Junior Age Group Classifications
- Junior Age Group Exemption
- Domestic Competition Grading Policy
- Heat Policy
- First Aid Policy
PARTICIPANT BEHAVIOUR POLICY
The FDBA is committed to providing a safe environment for all participants in our domestic competitions. This includes players, coaches, parents, spectators, officials and administrators. This policy has been developed in consultation with the VBRA Frankston branch to provide clear expectations of our members and the penalties that that apply for breaching acceptable standards of behaviour. This policy and associated penalties apply for FDBA domestic competitions only.
- Participant Behaviour Policy
- Example Implementation Guide
- Behavioural Technical Foul Process
- Behavioural Technical Foul/Ejection Register
The Peninsula Tribunal is a collaborative partnership endorsed by Basketball Victoria connecting the Frankston & District Basketball Association, Mornington Basketball Association, Chelsea Basketball Association, Southern Peninsula Basketball Association and Western Port Basketball association. The tribunal panel is an independent entity managed under Basketball Victoria tribunal By-Laws
- Peninsula Tribunal
25/10/2019 – currently under construction
JUNIOR BLUES BY-LAWS
- Junior Blues By-Laws
EXTERNAL VENUE KEY POLICY
BV CODES OF CONDUCT
The Codes of Conduct list the expected behaviour in basketball by administrators, coaches, officials, players, parents and spectators.
BV PLAYER INSURANCE
Basketball Victoria provides a level of insurance to all registered members of Affiliated Associations.
BV TRIBUNAL BY-LAWSThese by-laws establish the Tribunal to deal with misbehaviour in basketball.
BV MEMBER PROTECTION BY-LAWS
These by-laws set the obligations for screening persons who work with children and deal with discrimination, harassment and vilification on grounds of gender, race and so on.
BV PARTICIPANTS’ PROTECTION BY-LAWS
These By-laws contain various requirements with respect to pregnancy, first aid equipment and heat policy designed to protect participants.
BV PHOTO & VIDEO POLICY
This policy sets out the conditions under which photographs and video can be taken at basketball games and venues.
More policies from Basketball Victoria can be found HERE.