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Important Notice on Background Checks for Little Leagues

Sex offender registry data in a few states is obtained through a Name-Only-Search and uses no other identifiers such as date of birth and/or social security number. It is very important to notify all volunteers that if a criminal record is identified in any of these states that use Name-Only-Searches, that person will receive a report from First AdvantageŽ showing that his/her name was identified on a criminal record. Please note, this may or may not be the person for whom the league is conducting a background check.

Little League International is working with First Advantage to provide local leagues with a special Internet site that allows members to search a criminal records database of more than 281 million criminal records - instantly.

The First Advantage National Criminal File database contains more than 281 million records which include criminal records and sex offender registry records across 50 states and the District of Columbia. Click here to see a list of the states covered.

Effective in 2007, the local league must conduct a nationwide search that contains the applicable government sex offender registry data. A check conducted only in one state no longer meets the minimum requirements of the regulations.

If you have already registered, log in below. If you have not registered, use the registration link above. (Registration requires the use of the League ID Number, which is only available from the Local League President.)

Note: A letter, which includes a copy of the completed background screening report & Summary of Rights, will be sent to every volunteer where a criminal record from the public records database is reported to your local Little League. According to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), you must obtain authorization from the applicant before performing a background check. Failure to comply with FCRA requirements imposes civil liability.