As a sporting organisation operating within Wales, Buckley Runners have adopted the safeguarding and welfare policies and procedures outlined by Welsh and UK Athletics. These aim to create an environment where everyone involved in athletics feels safe and secure to enable them to achieve their potential. Welfare — what it means Welfare covers a range of issues such as safeguarding and protecting children, anti-bullying, equity, poor practice in coaching and disciplinary and grievances matters. It encompasses policies and procedures to set out minimum standards of expectations, such as codes of conduct, procedures to follow for dealing with child protection concerns, other welfare issues or complaints, and to ensure that, clubs and associations meet their statutory responsibilities to safeguard and protect children.
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Licenses or permits granting the privilege to hunt, fish or trap as provided in this title must be of such a form as is deemed necessary by the Department, but must include the following information: Such information must be included on the license or permit as is deemed necessary by the Department.
The Commission may provide rules and regulations establishing a permanent licensing or permitting system. Such a system may authorize the use of applications for the issuance of temporary hunting, fishing and trapping licenses or permits for residents and the issuance of annual licenses or permits therefrom.
The system may provide for the automatic renewal and validation of the annual license or permit. The Commission may adopt regulations setting forth the method of applying for, the term and expiration date of any license or permit required by this title to be issued without the payment of a fee.
Licenses, stamps and permits granting the privilege to hunt, fish or trap during the open season as provided in this title must be issued by the Department, upon payment of the fees required under this title.
Regulations; duties; fees; inspections. The Commission shall adopt regulations establishing: The agent may appeal to the Commission for reinstatement. A license agent designated by the Department is responsible for the correct issuance of all licenses, tags, stamps, permits and other documents entrusted to the agent and, so far as the agent is able, for ensuring that no licenses are issued upon the false statement of an applicant.
A license agent is responsible to the Department for the collection of the correct and required fee, for the safeguarding of the money collected by the agent and for the prompt remission to the Department for deposit in accordance with NRS The Department shall furnish to the license agent receipts for all money which the agent remits to it.
A license agent shall furnish a receipt to the Department of all licenses, tags, stamps, permits and other documents which the agent receives from it. For each license, tag, stamp, permit or other document a license agent sells, and each apprentice hunting license the agent issues pursuant to NRS All money collected by a license agent, except service fees collected pursuant to subsection 5, is public money of the State of Nevada, and the State has a prior claim for the amount of money due it upon all assets of the agent over all creditors, assignees or other claimants.
The use of this money for private or business transactions is a misuse of public money and punishable under the laws provided. The Commission is authorized to enter into reciprocal hunting and fishing license agreements with corresponding state or county officers of adjoining states pertaining to licensing for hunting and fishing residents of the State of Nevada and adjoining states upon lands and waters forming the boundary between the State of Nevada and adjoining states.
Such agreements may include, but are not limited to, provisions by which each state shall honor the license of the other only when the licensee carries with him or her a tag purchased from the other state or when there is affixed to the license a stamp purchased from the other state, the charge for the tag or stamp being set by mutual agreement of the states.
Such agreements may further include, but are not limited to, provisions specifying the portions of boundary land or waters to which the agreements apply and providing penalties for violations of the regulations promulgated pursuant to the agreements. All regulations so made must be established and published in the same manner as other hunting and fishing regulations.
As it pertains to fishing, it is the primary purpose of this section to provide a method whereby the fishing opportunities afforded by the Colorado River, Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, Lake Topaz and Lake Tahoe may be mutually enjoyed by the residents of Nevada and the residents of adjoining states, and it is not intended to cover the waters of rivers which transverse laterally the border of the State of Nevada.
Notwithstanding the provisions of NRS This section must not be construed to abrogate, alter or annul any interstate agreement or pact concerning reciprocal fishing licenses which was executed before March 4, In addition to the information required pursuant to subsection 1, the person, or the parent or legal guardian of a child, applying for a license, tag or permit shall, at the time of application, acknowledge the following statement: Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, any person who makes any false statement or furnishes false information to obtain any license, tag or permit issued pursuant to the provisions of this title is guilty of a misdemeanor.
Any person who makes any false statement or furnishes false information to obtain any big game tag issued pursuant to the provisions of this title is guilty of a gross misdemeanor.This unit is about understanding legislations, relating to safeguarding, protection and welfare of children.
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