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Anti-corruption

The ECB’s ACCESS Group is chaired by the former Chief Constable of Dorset, Jane Stichbury, and comprises of individuals with specialist expertise in sports law, policing, education and security.

The ACCESS Group’s role is to support, advise and direct the ECB’s anti-corruption operational executive, James Pyemont (former professional cricketer and detective in the Metropolitan Police), in his investigations pursuant to the ECB Anti-Corruption Code.

It will also advise on anti-corruption policy and related security issues, as well as working closely with the PCA on training and education matters and collaborating with other sports governing bodies to share best practice on anti-corruption.

It has a dedicated confidential hotline and email address which is overseen by James Pyemont.

Documents

ECB's minimum standards for players' and match officials' areas

ECB anti-corruption code for participants

ECB v Kaneria - appeal panel determination

ECB v Kaneria - appeal panel determination (sentence and costs)

Contact details

Confidential direct line: 0845 265 8000

Secure email address: anti-corruption@ecb.co.uk

 

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