Stenhousemuir Football Club wants to promote a good atmosphere at all home matches and have an Unnaceptable Conduct policy in place. Stenhousemuir FC will not tolorate Unacceptable Conduct in any form and any individuals who are found to have engaged in Unacceptable Conduct may have action taken against them. This may include the removal of season tickets and bans from stadia for a specified period/or other appropriate sanctions. Unacceptable Conduct may also lead to criminal charges.
Stenhousemuir FC will take all reasonable practicable steps to deter and prevent individuals from engaging in Unacceptable Conduct.
Where incidents of Unacceptable Conduct are reported or detected Stewards will, in the first instance, be tasked to take all reasonably practicable steps to properly deal with the situation and bring the matter to a satisfactory conculsion.
Where, for reasons determined by the Safety Officer it is not possible or practicable to directly intervene in an incident all reasonable steps will be taken to detect individuals engaged in unacceptable conduct.
This may include:
Where the incident of Unacceptable Conduct is not subject of a Police enquiry, the Club Secretary may, where required, carry out any further enquiry necessary to bring the matter to a conclusion. This may involve preparing reports and making recommendations to the Board of Directors on any disciplinary action required to be taken against individuals and/or making recommendations within the the Club to reduce and eradicate Unacceptable Conduct.
The subject of Unacceptable Conduct is already under close scrutiny and the Club seeks the co-operation and support of all supporter in its efforts to reduce and eradicate such behaviour.
Stenhousemuir FC will not tolerate racist, sectarian, sexual or bigoted harassment or any other discriminatory behaviour, whether physical or verbal, and will work to ensure such actions are met with appropriate action in whatever context it occurs.
We are committed to challenging and dismantling all forms of discrimination by developing club practice that is sensitive to all and suitable for all, reflecting the fundamental quality and worth of everyone.