BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR USASF PROGRAM OWNERS, COACHES, & OTHER PERSONNEL
The United States All Star Federation has taken important steps to ensure the highest level of safety within our member all star organizations. One of these steps is the implementation of a standardized approach to background screening for anyone age 18 or older who accompanies a team into a warm-up room at all USASF sanctioned events.

The United States All Star Federation is proud to announce its partnership with National Center for Safety Initiatives, through which we will engage in a comprehensive Background Screening of our members.

This includes a comprehensive background screening program using NCSI’s Full Service product and a simple "Red Light/Green Light clearance report issued in accordance with the criteria chosen by The United States All Star Federation. Only those applicants receiving a "Green Light" report will be considered for Professional Membership.

View those with Current Green Light Status.

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ABOUT THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR SAFETY INITIATIVES

BACKGROUND CHECK PROCESS

HOW TO SET UP A CLUB ACCOUNT

BACKGROUND SCREENING FEES

HOW TO COMPLETE A BACKGROUND SCREENING

IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO KNOW:

QUESTIONS OR ASSISTANCE

BACKGROUND CHECK TERM

CRITERION OFFENSES


National Center for Safety Initiatives

NCSI Notice of County Delays
Client Advisory: Register Early for Screening To Avoid Delays

We wanted to let you know that there are several court jurisdictions that are experiencing delays in returning criminal history information due to staff furloughs and reductions or other issues with their reporting systems. Listed below the most notable courts, some of which can take up to four weeks to return their county report.

New Hampshire
California, including but not limited to San Luis Obispo , Shasta, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Santa Cruz, Fresno, Sutter
Washington State
Maine
West Virginia
Michigan
Worcester Massachusetts – six weeks

Therefore, anything you can do to have your registrants start their screening earlier will help to ensure that they're available when required.