Protecting Children: Screening Employees and Volunteers

December 2016 | 0 Comments  Average 0 out of 5

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Establishing practices for screening applicants for volunteer or paid positions with access to children helps ensure that suitable individuals fill these roles. In fact, many states require screening of adults working with children, whether in a paid or unpaid capacity. Generally, screening levels should increase in accordance with the employee or volunteer’s level of access to children. While all employees or volunteers should receive some screening, the following recommendations are focused on employees or volunteers with regular or unsupervised access to children.


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