(i) Firstly a verbal warning is given to the spectator.
(ii) If a second warning is required on that night. The spectator will be asked to leave the stadium. Junior spectators must leave the court area but remain in the stadium. A warning letter will be sent from GSABA Management.
(iii) If a second warning occurs on a different night. A warning letter will be sent from GSABA Management.
(iv) If there is a further breach by the same spectator, then another verbal warning is to be given. The spectator will then be notified in writing of a two week suspension from GSABA Stadiums.
(v) If there is a further breach by the same spectator, then another verbal warning is to be given. The spectator will then be notified in writing of a five week suspension from GSABA Stadiums. Also:
* If the spectator abuse is towards another spectator they will be required to do the "Play by the Rules'' course on the Office of Recreation and Sport Website. This must be submitted to GSABA Management before re-entering the GSABA Stadiums.
* If the spectator abuse is towards an umpire they will be required to complete the next " Level ''O" Referee Course held by the GSABA. Failure to attend the course will mean that offender will not be eligible to enter GSABA Stadiums until the course is completed.
(vi) The Umpire, Umpire in Charge or GSABA Management Committee member must report verbal warnings given as soon as possible to the Hearings Officer. The Hearings Officer will keep a record of verbal warnings and infringements.
(vii) The Hearings Officer can send any severe breach of conduct to a Tribunal if it is believed necessary and the Tribunal will be conducted under the SACBC Tribunal Procedure.