All coaches and assistant coaches must have a valid pic/crc on file with our club before they will be given a team list.
BC Soccer Rule 21 – Risk Management (updated April 2017)
1. All BC Soccer directors and every volunteer or employee of BC Soccer or an affiliated BC Soccer organization, age 19 and over, who at any time could be expected in the performance of their duties to:
ii) be entrusted with performing financial duties;
iii) be responsible for book keeping or bank account(s) or any other monetary duties;
must have on file the results of a Criminal Record Check.
2. All BC Soccer directors and every volunteer or employee of BC Soccer or an affiliated BC Soccer organization, age 19 and over, who at any time could be expected in the performance of their duties to:
must have on file the results of a Vulnerable Sector Check completed within the last 36 months.
BC Soccer Risk Management policy (Rule 22b) states that any volunteer (19 and over) that will be working with any minor aged person, or will be entrusted with financial duties or book keeping must have undergone a Criminal Record Check within the past three years. This includes team coaches, treasurers and managers. Details can be found at http://www.bcsoccer.net/Risk%20Management.
Online CRC process (new)
North Delta Soccer Club will now be using the Ministry of Justice’s online CRC process for volunteers, so there is no need for you to go to your local police station, you can complete your own criminal record check online free of charge using the website and access code provided below.
Please go to: https://justice.gov.bc.ca/eCRC/
Scroll down to the bottom and enter the Access Code: D6R64RLNR2
Follow the instructions on the website.
Once your CRC has been completed a copy will be sent to the Registrar of North Delta Soccer Club and will be stored for five years. The Ministry of Justice will contact anyone with a letter and instructions should they need to go a step further by having finger prints done.
In order to use this online process you must have a Canadian credit history of at least six months AND you must have been residing in Canada for two years or longer. If you do not meet BOTH of these criteria, you will need to complete a manual CRC at the local police department. North Delta Soccer Club will supply you with a letter so that the CRC is completed free.
Police Information Check (alternate process)
Delta Police, in accordance with province wide changes, now refer to a criminal record check as a “Police Information Check” (or “PIC” for short). The check will now provide details of any offence found instead of a generic statement that a record may or may not exist. The direct link to the Delta Police PIC site is http://deltapolice.ca/services/infocheck.
Read the Police Information Check FAQs for more information.
For volunteers there is no charge for the PIC when the application is accompanied by a letter provided by the club.
Requirements for Surrey residents
Surrey residents will need to go through the Surrey RCMP to have a Criminal Record Search done. A volunteer letter (updated August 11, 2014), is required to waive the fee.