Criminal Record Screening Program. Effective July 5, 2010, all USAW members with the following participation designations, currently described as membership categories, will be required to comply with a comprehensive criminal record screening program within 90 days or upon renewal of membership, whichever comes first: Club Coach, Advanced Level Coach, Dual-Certified Coach, Weightlifting Coach, Non-Certified Coach, Official, Referee, Volunteer and Medical. Screening will be required every two years. National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI) will conduct the screening at a base cost to the member of $20 (price may vary depending on state of residency) and will report to USAW convictions of any felony, any crime against a child, any crime of a sexual nature (including pornography), any crime involving threat or force of threat against a person, any crime involving controlled substances or alcohol, and any crime involving cruelty to animals. Be advised that the NCSI screening is a criminal record screening conducted for the purpose of determining eligibility for membership in USAW. It is not a reference check or a pre-employment screening. Anyone seeking to employ a USAW coach is responsible for conducting an appropriate pre-employment check for that person. Please see the attached letter for self-registration instructions and additional information. Because successful completion of the background screening program is required for the above membership categories, failure to self-register for the criminal background screening through NCSI will result in automatic forfeiture of USAW membership on October 1, 2010 and disclaimers of membership will be posted on the USAW website. Refer to the USAW judicial committee procedures for instructions regarding appeal from denial of membership. Thank you for your cooperation.
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