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1. Which organizations are covered by the ordinance?
2. Which employees are subject to fingerprinting under the ordinance?
3. How does an organization know which employees are in a
4. Can our organization use a volunteer screening company such as Volunteer Select?
5. Which volunteers are subject to the fingerprinting?
6. Which employees and volunteers should attend the two hours of training on child abuse?
7. If a coach attended a two-hour training session with the National Little League, does he/she also have to participate in a training as a Girl Scout leader?
8. How does a Little League coach or other adult prove she/he attended a two-hour training session?
9. If one adult is 35 yards away from the other adult while they are jointly coaching football practice instead of the 30 required by the ordinance, do they both need to be fingerprinted?
10. What does an organization do with an individual's criminal background record once they receive it?
11. What types of criminal history will the background check reveal?
12. Who decides whether or not to utilize an employee or volunteer based on the results of a criminal background check?
13. What is Megan's Law and why is it mentioned in the ordinance?
14. How does my organization demonstrate compliance with the ordinance to the City of San Mateo?
15. What happens if my organization does not comply?