Please wait while page loads.
LiberoBanner . Default .
PageMenu- The Catalogue of Australian Sport Sector Library Collections-
Page content

Catalogue Display

Report of the review of Australia's sports integrity arrangements.

Catalogue Information
Field name Details
Record Number 514580
Item Type Electronic Resource
Corporate Name Australia. Australian Government
Title Report of the review of Australia's sports integrity arrangements.
Published Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia, 2018
Description 1 computer file (PDF) 280 pages
Content Type text
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Digital File Characteristics text file : PDF ; 3.9MB.
Contents Foreword -- Executive summary -- Recommendations -- List of acronyms and abbreviations -- List of submissions and consutations -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 The current national and international sports integrity threat environment and foreseeable future chanllenges -- Chapter 3 Combating manipulation of sports comptetitions -- Chapter 4 The capability of the Australian sports anti-doping authority and Australia's sport sector to address contemporary doping threats -- Chapter 5 A national sports tribunal -- Chapter 6 A national sports integrity commission -- Appendix A Wagering on Australain sport, and criminalisation of manipulation of sports competitions and related corruption -- Appendix B Anti-doping framework -- Appendix C Dispute resolution in sport -- Attachment 1 Template integrity policies -- Attachment 2 Coalition of major professional and participation sport - sports integrity mechanisms.
Summary The definition of integrity that we have adopted for this Review is intentionally wide and is capable of capturing the full range of corrupt activity within sport, ranging from serious and organised crime related interventions to minor code and ethics breaches. By reason of the 2011 National Policy on Match-fixing in Sport (National Policy) and the National Anti-Doping Scheme (NAD Scheme), sporting organisations seeking [Sport Australia] recognition and access to government funding have adopted relevant integrity policies (including match-fixing and anti-doping policies) with which athletes and others are required to comply under agreements with the relevant organisation. It is on the implementation of these policies that this Review has focused, with an awareness that those involved in corrupt sporting activities can include athletes, coaches, trainers, managers, match officials and others subject to contractual obligations requiring compliance with relevant policies, and in addition outsiders who may not be subject to similar conditions, such as venue staff, wagering service providers (WSPs), wagerers, unaccredited sports scientists and player agents. The challenge that is presented, and that we have addressed in this Review, is one that potentially impacts on almost every aspect of the sporting environment. Beyond the sporting contest itself, the threat of corruption to the integrity of sport can extend to the way in which athletes are managed and developed, player transfers, salary caps, the purchase of clubs, marketing and sponsorship, the bidding process for events and so on. (From executive summary).
Subjects review
Sports betting
Added Author Wood, James author
Howman, David author
Murrihy, Ray author
Added Corporate Name Australia. Department of Health
Electronic Resource Click here to read the review (access restrictions may apply)
Click here to view the Clearinghouse Client Service Model - access restrictions explained.
Right click to copy link
Catalogue Information 514580 Beginning of record . Catalogue Information 514580 Top of page .
Item Information - Request this item
Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date
Sport Publications Archive
Fulltext   Australian Sports Commission . . Secured Resources .  
. Catalogue Record 514580 ItemInfo Beginning of record . Catalogue Record 514580 ItemInfo Top of page .