Parkour UK regards the safeguarding and welfare of everyone and specifically children (under the age of 18) and adults at risk to be of paramount importance.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility; please ensure that you report any concerns in order that we can all keep all participants safe from abuse or forbidden conduct. We would ask you act on your concerns, but it is not your responsibility, or that of volunteers, coaches or parents to investigate or decide if abuse is occurring, it is the responsibility of safeguarding experts.

Our safeguarding policy summary can be found here.

Our full safeguarding policy is available here, which includes greater detail around offences and ‘Position of Trust’ legislation, responsibilities, Good Practice, Parkour UK processes, safe recruitment, and specific circumstances.

Please report on the following form and send it to

If you have any queries or concerns, or you wish to discuss an issue, please contact our Lead Safeguarding Officer.

Nadine Barnard

This includes any concerns about the welfare of children or adults at risk either within Parkour or outside of Parkour, and any concern over anyone’s behaviour related to the welfare of children or adults at risk including those away from the sport that involves member organisations and/or participants.