Outlines the ongoing 10-step process organizations should perform when screening volunteers. The following excerpt provides an overview:
"Screening involves much more than police record checks. While police record checks are one of the 10 Steps of Screening, screening is a comprehensive process that begins long before a volunteer is selected and continues beyond his or her involvement with the organization.
10 Steps of Screening: An ongoing process
Screening practices begin when an organization creates a new position. Screening is used to select volunteers for specific roles, and it should continue as long as a volunteer is involved with the organization.
The 10 Steps of Screening give clear guidelines for developing screening policies. These policies show an organization’s commitment to safe and meaningful volunteer engagement:
- Position – Assignment
- Police Checks
- Orientation and Training
- Support and Supervision
- Follow-up and Feedback."
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- Volunteer recruitment