1 ANTI-CORRUPTION (SPORTS BETTING) POLICY Scottish Target Shooting Federation Approved by the STSF Council on: 19/03/2014
2 Page 1 of 15 CONTENTS Section 1: Section 2: Introduction Sporting Integrity Section 3: Criminal Offence of Cheating Section 42 of the Gambling Act 2005 Section 4: Section 5: Section 6: Section 7: Inside Information Betting Integrity Officer Roles & Responsibilities Response Plan Compliance Appendices: Appendix A Scottish Governing Bodies & Sporting Organisations Sporting Integrity Guidance Note Appendix B Section 42 Gambling Act 2005
3 Page 2 of 15 SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 This policy sets out Scottish Target Shooting s standards and procedures relating to Anti- Corruption (Sports Betting) and applies to all individuals working for and representing Scottish Target Shooting which includes Scottish Target Shooting Council members and all employees, contractors, consultants, and/or related personnel of Scottish Target Shooting acting in any capacity or activity sanctioned by Scottish Target Shooting. 1.2 All Scottish Target Shooting staff have a contractual obligation to maintain the highest standards of integrity by carrying out their work in a way that will not compromise the reputation of the organisation. 1.3 The framework for this policy is based on the Scottish Governing Bodies and Sporting Organisations Sporting Integrity Guidance Note (attached as Appendix A). 1.4 The purpose of this policy is to provide an overview and general advice to all the above people on the issues associated with the integrity of sports betting. 1.5 This policy is intended to protect the reputation of sport, Scottish Target Shooting, and each individual acting for it. Please note that responsibility for complying with this policy lies with all those to whom it applies.
4 Page 3 of 15 SECTION 2: SPORTING INTEGRITY 2.1 A core function of Scottish Target Shooting is to maintain, and be seen to be maintaining the integrity of sport. 2.2 Scottish Target Shooting must take action to protect itself from the threats posed to its integrity by corrupt betting and associated activity both from within and outside the organisation. As sports betting activity has increased across all sports and disciplines, it is essential that such activity does not take place in a manner which has the potential to compromise sporting conduct and endeavour. 2.3 If you are Directly Involved with a sport you cannot: (a) Bet on the sport, anywhere in the world; (b) Ask someone to bet on your behalf on the sport anywhere in the world; (c) Share any Inside Information with anyone including but not limited to your spouse, cohabitee or dependent children which could enable them to gain an advantage through corrupt betting activity (See Section 4: Inside Information for further information); and (d) Become involved in any other activity associated with corrupt betting which could reasonably be deemed as suspicious and detrimental to the image and reputation of Scottish Target Shooting and the sport. 2.4 Directly Involved means working, competing or volunteering with, for or on behalf of Scottish Target Shooting or any of its subsidiary bodies. 2.5 The following offences are also prohibited: (a) Fixing a match or attempting to fix a match; (b) Benefiting from failing to perform; (c) Soliciting, inducing, encouraging, offering a bribe (or attempting to) any other party to do any of the above offences; (d) Receiving, seeking a bribe (or attempting to) in order to fix a match or attempt to fix a match; (e) Posing a threat to the integrity of the sport; (f) Destruction of evidence in relation to a potential breach; and (g) Failing to report suspicions or approaches.
5 Page 4 of 15 SECTION 3: CRIMINAL OFFENCE OF CHEATING SECTION 42 OF THE GAMBLING ACT Section 42 of The Gambling Act 2005 has created a new offence of cheating at gambling which would include cheating in sports influenced by betting involvement (see the extract of Section 42 of the Gambling Act 2005 in Appendix B). 3.2 Breach of the Gambling Act 2005 new rules may result in the imposition of severe penalties for individuals (fines and jail). 3.3 Depending on the nature of the activity, Scottish Target Shooting s Investigation Panel (see section ) may refer the matter to the Gambling Commission for consideration of an investigation of the criminal offence of cheating at gambling.
6 Page 5 of 15 SECTION 4: INSIDE INFORMATION 4.1 The sharing of Inside Information by anyone captured by this policy is specifically prohibited by Scottish Target Shooting. (a) Inside Information means any information, which is not Publically Known that would materially affect peoples expectations relating to the participation in, or the likely or actual outcome of a sporting competition or event. Such information includes, but is not limited to, factual information regarding the competitors, the conditions, tactical considerations, injuries, or any other aspect of the sporting competition or event. (b) Publically Known means any information that is already published as a matter of public record, able to be readily acquired by an interested member of the public, or disclosed according to the rules and regulations governing the relevant sporting competition or event. 4.2 With regard to your responsibilities under 2.4(c), it is your responsibility to determine whether information which you have access to falls under the definition of Inside Information. You are advised to err on the side of caution. You should also seek advice from Scottish Target Shooting s Betting Integrity Officer.
7 Page 6 of 15 SECTION 5: BETTING INTEGRITY OFFICER ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES 5.1 Scottish Target Shooting s National Development Manager or this position s nominee is Scottish Target Shooting s designated Betting Integrity Officer. 5.2 All Scottish Target Shooting staff and volunteers are responsible for betting integrity issues but the Betting Integrity Officer has specific additional responsibilities including: (a) Establishing and maintaining a sound Sports Betting Policy that supports the achievement of Scottish Target Shooting s policies, aims and objectives; and (b) Advising the Investigations Panel (see Section 6).
8 Page 7 of 15 SECTION 6: RESPONSE PLAN 6.1 It is vital that, if there is any suspicious betting activity in Scottish Target Shooting, action is taken. 6.2 All staff and volunteers should be aware that they must not try to deal or investigate any allegations of corrupt betting and associated activity by themselves but should immediately report the matter to Scottish Target Shooting s Betting Integrity Officer. 6.3 All staff and volunteers must report any approach or activity which contravenes, or which may contravene, Scottish Target Shooting s rules on sports betting. Specifically: (a) If any member of staff or volunteer is approached about fixing any part of a match or asks for Inside Information then he/she must report this and cannot just ignore it; (b) If any member of staff or volunteer has any concerns about any other member of staff/volunteer s activity then he/she must report this; and (c) Any threats should always be reported. 6.4 In the event that a member of staff or volunteer is concerned that the Scottish Target Shooting Betting Integrity Officer is involved in suspicious betting activity outlined in section 6.3 above, this should be reported to Scottish Target Shooting s Chairman. 6.5 All staff and volunteers must co-operate with any investigation and/or request for information including the provision of documentation (e.g. telephone/betting records) to the Investigations Panel (see section below) 6.6 The Betting Integrity Officer will co-ordinate the investigation and set up an Investigations Panel consisting of not less than three Scottish Target Shooting staff and/or volunteer members including the Betting Integrity Officer. 6.7 The Investigations Panel will investigate the allegation. A member of the Investigations Panel will be allocated with the responsibility for leading the investigation process. 6.8 The Investigations Panel should establish the facts quickly and any threat of further corrupt betting and associated activity should be removed immediately. 6.9 The Investigations Panel is required to: (a) Act promptly in investigating the allegation and taking any action required (subject to the Chairman s approval where appropriate); (b) Fully document the investigation process; (c) Secure evidence in a manner which does not alert suspects at the outset of the investigation; and
9 Page 8 of 15 (d) Ensure that the evidence is secured in a legally admissible form (e.g. evidence must be carefully preserved; it should not be handled and no marks made on original documents; a record should be kept of anyone handling evidence) Depending on the nature of the activity, the Investigations Panel may refer the matter to the Gambling Commission for consideration of an investigation of the criminal offence of cheating (Section 42 of the Gambling Act 2005). Additionally, the Investigations Panel may wish to liaise with betting operators, European/International federations, the Police and the Sports Betting Group Depending on the nature of the fraud, the Investigations Panel may wish to contact external experts for advice The Investigations Panel must obtain the consent of the Chairman before contacting any of the third parties referred to in 6.9 and 6.10 above The Investigations Panel will prepare a report of its findings and recommendations to the Council for final approval. The report will include details of: (a) Recommendations on how to deal with employees or volunteers under suspicion (which may include action to suspend or dismiss a volunteer or an employee following discussion with sportscotland s HR department for the latter - employees and volunteers under suspicion who are allowed to remain on the premises must be kept under constant surveillance; carry out an immediate search of the suspects work area, filing cabinets, computer files); (b) Recommendations on how to deal with third parties under suspicion; (c) Recommendations for mitigating the threat of future corrupt betting and associated activity by taking appropriate action to improve controls; (d) Recommendations for disseminating the lessons learned from the experience in cases where there may be implications for the organisation as a whole; and (e) Recommendations on what information can be released externally if requested The Investigations Panel should liaise with Scottish Target Shooting s Chair and Secretary to inform them precisely of what information can be released if requested. The Secretary should retain a record of what information was released and to whom If a member of staff or volunteer feels that his/her concerns have not been dealt with appropriately internally, you should also be aware that you are empowered to take any concerns to the relevant authorities and other associated external bodies including the Gambling Commission, so long as you act in good faith.
10 Page 9 of 15 SECTION 7: COMPLIANCE 7.1 This policy will be reviewed annually unless circumstances dictate more frequent reviews. 7.2 Employees who breach this policy and procedure may be subject to disciplinary action. 7.3 Compliance of this policy will be monitored by the Council.
11 Page 10 of 15 APPENDIX 1 SCOTTISH GOVERNING BODIES & SPORTING ORGANISATIONS SPORTING INTEGRITY GUIDANCE NOTE 1.1 A core function of all Scottish Governing Bodies ( SGBs ) and sporting organisations is to maintain, and be seen to be maintaining, the integrity of their sport. Integrity must be upheld in order to protect the reputation - and the financial and participatory viability - of sport. Sport must take action to protect itself from the threats posed to integrity by corrupt betting and associated activity both from within and outside the sport. A New Era for Sport & Betting 1.2 The relationship between sport and betting has changed profoundly over recent years. The proliferation of online betting (particularly in-play betting), the growth of betting exchanges (where it is possible to lay to lose ) and an upsurge in the availability of novelty bets means betting on sport is more popular and easier than ever before. Betting markets are expanding, particularly when live broadcast coverage is available. Be Prepared 1.3 Even if betting is not currently perceived to be an issue in your sport, it is vital that the sport and its participants are protected. Being proactive, rather than reactive, is essential to protect sport before any damage is done. The advice contained within this document offers initial guidance to SGBs and sporting organisations in putting rules and regulations in place and complying with the code of conduct on integrity in sports in relation to betting recommended in the Report of the Sports Betting Integrity Panel published in February While this document provides guidance on the minimum standards expected of SGBs and sporting organisations in putting anti-corruption rules and regulations in place, SGBs and sporting organisations are encouraged to adopt the highest standard possible in order to reflect the risks to their sport. 1.5 There are six actions that each SGB and sporting organisation go through in order to help safeguard their sport from the threats posed to integrity by betting:
12 Page 11 of 15 6 Step Action Plan
13 Page 12 of 15 Action 1: Establish Rules and Regulations on Betting 1.6 SGBs and sporting organisations must have robust rules and regulations in place that reflect the risks to their sport. The rules must make it clear to participants what is and what is not acceptable in relation to betting. They must also define to whom the rules apply (i.e. who exactly is a participant?). 1.7 SGBs should ensure that they include in their rules and regulations a provision that a participant shall not use in relation to betting any inside information that is not publicly available and which has been obtained by virtue of the participant s position within the sport, and in this respect SGBs and sporting organisations should within their rules clearly define what is meant by inside information. This definition should be specific to the individual sport in question, based upon the risks that have been identified, and sufficiently wide-ranging to cover all perceived eventualities. The rules should also clearly state what can be considered misuse of inside information and the sanctions that can be expected should such rules be breached. 1.8 By way of example only, the Gambling Commission uses the following definition of inside information : Inside Information is information relating to the participation in, or the likely or actual outcome or development of, an event which is known by an individual as a result of their role in connection with that event and which is not in the public domain. 1.9 Consultation with participants when developing rules is an important step to producing a framework that is workable in practice and is supported by participants Sanctions must be sufficiently robust to act as an effective deterrent while also being proportionate for your particular sport The minimum rules identified in the Report of the Sports Betting Integrity Panel into betting integrity are set out below. They oblige a participant to: (a) Not place or attempt to place a bet on a match, race or other event or competition in which he or his club participates in; (b) Not solicit or facilitate, or attempt to solicit or facilitate, another person to bet on a match, race or other event or competition in which he or his club participates in; (c) Not offer, or attempt to offer, a bribe in order to fix or contrive a result or the progress of a match, race or other event or competition in which he or his club participates in; (d) Not receive, or seek or attempt to receive, or seek a bribe in order to fix or contrive a result or the progress of a match, race or other event or competition in which he or his club participates in; (e) Report any approach or other activity which contravenes, or which may contravene, the sport s rules on betting, co-operate with any investigation and/or request for information including the provision of documentation (e.g. telephone/betting records to officials
14 Page 13 of 15 engaged in the investigation of suspected integrity issues in the sport in relation to betting); (f) Perform to the best of his ability in any match, race or other event in which he participates in Once rules and regulations are in place, a number of other steps should be considered. Some of these are very simple to introduce, while others are more complex and may only need to be implemented where a significant level of risk is identified. Action 2: Designate a Responsible Person 1.13 All SGBs or sporting organisations should assign responsibility for betting integrity issues to a particular person within their organisation. Depending on the risk to your sport this may be no more than a nominal role, for example checking that your SGB or sporting organisation complies with the basic standards in Report of the Sports Betting Integrity Panel. As and when required, this designated person can liaise with participants, the Gambling Commission, betting operators, European/International federations and the Police. Action 3: Integrity Unit 1.14 If the volume of betting markets in your sport is substantial, or you have identified bets that are easy to corrupt, it is recommended that you consider establishing a dedicated integrity unit. Not all sports will need to set up dedicated integrity units, but those that identify a significant level of risk to integrity from betting should look to do so Tennis, Cricket, Horseracing, Snooker and Darts are examples of sports that have established dedicated units. In the case of the British Horseracing Authority, their Integrity Services, Compliance & Licensing Department aims to identify and prevent breaches of the rules and malpractice in horseracing. This is achieved by gathering information, monitoring real-time betting markets for suspicious betting activity, conducting investigations and inspecting training establishments. It is vital that, if there is any suspicious betting activity on your sport, action is taken If there is reluctance on the part of the Gambling Commission or the Police to become involved, then the SGB or sporting organisation should take action by fully investigating any allegation. If it does not have the resources to carry out an investigation they should consider requesting outside assistance. In the first instance this may be by calling sportscotland for guidance. Action 4: Educational Programme 1.17 It is essential that participants are fully aware of the relevant rules and regulations in their sport and in this respect participant education has a major part to play when it comes to minimising the risks to integrity posed by betting. It is recommended that, as part of your standard training programmes, you include a section on betting integrity. If you consider your sport to be at significant risk, it is recommended that you run dedicated education programmes.
15 Page 14 of These can come in a variety of different forms but should provide face-to-face education alongside other mediums such as explanatory notes, online training, posters, cards and brochures For example, the British Horseracing Authority, Professional Cricketers Association and Professional Footballers Association each have relevant education programmes on sports betting integrity Another document that may be useful is the EU Athletes Code of Conduct on Sports Betting for Players, which sets out the guiding principles and provides general advice to all throughout Europe on the issues surrounding the integrity of sport and betting Finally, the section on education in the Report of the Sports Betting Integrity Panel contains a number of recommendations on what SGBs should consider in relation to participant education. Action 5: Competition Contracts 1.22 For those taking part in competitions there should be a requirement to sign contracts beforehand which clearly spell out their obligations with regard to betting. For example, at the 2011 British Golf Open all players and caddies were required by the R&A to sign an agreement pledging their compliance with all the PGA European Tour s Anti-Gaming polices. Action 6: Information Sharing and Data Handling 1.23 If bets are taken on your sport, as a minimum the Gambling Commission and betting operators should know whom to contact in your organisation should suspicious betting patterns be discovered SGBs and sporting organisations must also have systems in place to be able to securely handle sensitive data. It is also important to establish information sharing agreements and Memoranda of Understanding with betting organisations such as the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) and betting exchanges such as Betfair and Betdaq.
16 Page 15 of 15 APPENDIX B SECTION 42 GAMBLING ACT Cheating (1) A person commits an offence if he: (a) Cheats at gambling; or (b) Does anything for the purpose of enabling or assisting another person to cheat at gambling. (2) For the purposes of subsection (1) it is immaterial whether a person who cheats: (a) (b) Improves his chances of winning anything; or Wins anything. (3) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) cheating at gambling may, in particular, consist of actual or attempted deception or interference in connection with: (a) (b) The process by which gambling is conducted; or A real or virtual game, race or other event or process to which gambling relates. (4) A person guilty of an offence under this section shall be liable: (a) On conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, to a fine or to both; or (b) On summary conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 51 weeks, to a fine not exceeding the statutory maximum or to both. (5) In the application of subsection (4) to Scotland the reference to 51 weeks shall have effect as a reference to six months. (6) Section 17 of the Gaming Act 1845 (c. 109) (winning by cheating) shall cease to have effect.
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