The Football Association have produced a Referee Reporting Misconduct interactive e-book to aid Match Officials with writing and submitting their misconduct reports.
Misconduct reports are the key component in maintaining an effective disciplinary process. Clear, accurate reports are required to take action against the offenders, helping to shape player behaviour throughout the game, making them an essential tool to help support referees. Developing a consistent approach to reporting misconduct also helps to ensure fairness and uphold the integrity of the game.
This guide includes videos and resources to help match officials to write clear and concise reports, as well as a demonstration tutorial of how to submit your reports online through the Whole Game System. There is also best practice guidance on yellow and red card procedures, reporting extraordinary incidents, and how to report discrimination incidents. The guide also explains what to expect and how to prepare if you are required to attend a Disciplinary Commission.
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