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It is important to emphasize that the purpose of this background check is to determine an individual’s eligibility for membership in USA Swimming based on the criteria stated in the program overview found at www.usaswimming.org/backgroundcheck. This check is not intended to serve as a pre‐employment background screening program. The background check process is a criminal record search and is not a substitute for a club conducting appropriate pre‐employment screening of applicants. It is a club’s responsibility to screen potential employees. Clubs should carefully check references and prior employers, and consider requiring additional information such as driving records, before making a hiring decision.
USA Swimming’s background check requirement is designed to deter individuals who should not be working with athletes from ever applying for membership. Additionally, it serves to identify any unsuitable criminal history of those individuals who do apply for membership. Like previously mandated USA Swimming safety and education requirements, the background check program is another layer of protection for athletes in our sport.
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Due to the unusually high access fees in certain counties of New York State, some members may be subject to an additional fee for county criminal record searches conducted in these counties. These counties are: Allegheny, Bronx, Cayuga, Cortland, Erie, Fulton, Hamilton, Kings (Brooklyn), Montgomery, Nassau, New York (Manhattan), Orleans, Queens, Richmond (Staten Island).