UKAD (UK Anti Doping) are responsible for the implementation and management of UK’s Anti-Doping to support clean sport. Their mission is to take a lead role in the fight against doping in sport.
For further information go to the UK Anti-Doping website. The UKAD website provides a link to information about policy, testing, education, the prohibited list, Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) forms
Volleyball England is committed to the principles of drug-free sport and work with UK Sport and UKAD to regularly educate and inform players through their ‘100% ME’ campaign. The campaign teaches them about the dangers of drugs and the consequences of taking drugs or breaching the Anti-Doping Regulations.
For more information, visit the 100% ME website or call the Drug information Line Freephone 0800 528 0004.
Global Drug Reference Online Global DRO is a useful online drug reference website which enables athletes and players to check if everyday medications contain prohibited substance(s) based on the current World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List. The website is now optimised for smartphones enabling athletes to check their medications on the go.
Visitors can search the Global DRO for specific information on products sold in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Global DRO is a partnership between UK Anti-Doping (UKAD), the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), and the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).
Report Doping in Sport Hotline
The Report Doping in Sport line is a new service for athletes, support personnel or concerned family and friends to pass on information about the use, supply or trafficking of doping substances. By dialling 0800 032 2332, callers will be able to speak to someone 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The phone line is powered by Crimestoppers and calls will be answered by professional call handlers trained in anti-doping. All information will be fed into the UK Anti-Doping Intelligence Unit and processed following the National Intelligence Model widely used by law enforcement.
Callers can remain anonymous and can rest assured that any information they share will not only be treated in confidence but be researched and investigated.
You can also report information about doping in sport online. This is a secure and confidential service and you can remain anonymous if you prefer. To access the online form, click here