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By Peter O’BrienThe Australian Sports ReportThe Sports ReportAussie football players were recently asked by the AFL to take part in an experiment to assess their perceptions of how their sport is being policed.

It was a test of the proposed reforms introduced by the Government of Australia last year to curb the spread of domestic violence and to introduce a code of conduct.

Players were asked to respond on a survey that they had completed earlier this year.

In a nutshell, the aim was to see if players felt as if their sport was being policised.

And if players believed that their sport wasn’t being policied, then the answer was no.

The result is a result of a number of factors, including that players are often in the midst of domestic abuse, domestic violence was not the most common reason for a player to withdraw from the game, and players felt that the reforms would have little impact on their own performance and could even make it worse.

The AFL has been under increasing pressure to introduce the changes.

Last year, the Australian Sports Commission released a report which stated the league was “at risk” of becoming the “most heavily policed sport in the country”.

The Australian Football League has been hit by a series of incidents over the past year, including the death of Sydney Swans superstar Jason Johannisen in December, and the assault of Essendon star Tom Lynch in March.

The league has been in the headlines for its handling of the Lynch assault.

In February, the AFL announced that Lynch had undergone surgery for a fractured skull, which had required eight months of treatment.

In March, Lynch’s mother said her son had been forced to withdraw after an altercation with police officers.

“He had been pulled over for driving without a licence and [police] were looking for him,” she said.

Lynch was released from hospital, but the AFL said he was still suffering from a “medical condition” and that his injury was “unrelated to his football”.

Lynch’s mother says she has been told by AFL executives that Lynch’s injuries are unrelated to his AFL career.

“I feel betrayed,” she told reporters.

“The AFL are trying to protect me from what happened to him.

I’ve seen what they’re doing.

I feel as if the AFL are doing nothing to protect the players.”

The AFL also admitted in February that its own investigation into the Lynch case had found that there was insufficient evidence to charge Lynch with any offences.AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan told the ABC that the AFL was “very proud” of its response to the Lynch incident and that it was “concerned” that Lynch would “face further scrutiny”.

“I think the response of the AFL has shown that they are very concerned about that,” he said.

“They want to ensure that no player in their club or any of the players in their team is affected by what happened.”

We want to make sure that there is zero risk for players and that we are in a position where we can get the most out of our players.

“In an attempt to address the perceived lack of police oversight, AFL clubs have been allowed to use a code-of-conduct advisory committee to provide advice to police and the AFL about how to deal with domestic violence, and how to make changes to the code of practice.

The committee is also supposed to advise the AFL on any disciplinary actions it might take.”

A number of clubs, including those in the game of footy, have adopted the code and have been in an environment where they have been able to make their own decisions about how they would handle this,” AFL commissioner Gillon Griggs told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) last year.

The code-Of-conduct committee is supposed to have a “zero tolerance” approach to domestic violence.

But, in its submission to the ABC, the committee acknowledged that “the code has a lot of limitations” and said it was also “impossible to determine” whether the committee had reached any conclusions that were not based on fact.

The Committee was not appointed by the league, and is not accountable to the AFL.

In its submission, the ALP called on the committee to be abolished.”

If the AFL is to truly make a difference in this area, it needs to create a real accountability mechanism that can hold those in authority to account,” it said.

But the AFL says it is working on establishing a body that would be accountable to it and its players.”

We’re working to ensure the Australian Football Association (AFL) and the players and all of us are fully engaged with our code of behaviour and the issues that surround it.””

We recognise that it will take time to create this body and we look forward to engaging with stakeholders to identify a path forward for the future.”

“We’re working to ensure the Australian Football Association (AFL) and the players and all of us are fully engaged with our code of behaviour and the issues that surround it.”

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