Camera Policies at Basketball Associations
At a recent committee meeting we were informed by one of our parents that after a game when he went to take some photos of the kids he was asked politely to sign a camera policy document and verify his identity with a driver's license.
He did this, no drama at all and continued to take some photos and all was well.
Now, I have never been asked to do this at a basketball game less than say Nationals or that level, so my question for considerations is quite simply, does anyone think this process should be done more broadly?
Pro's, con's, what do we think, is it time to consider how we can protect kids and the Associations in a time of high social media use and increasingly frequent potential for liability, or are we happy to sit and wait?
Has anyone else observed this process being adopted at their local Association?