KidCheck Children's Check-In and Child Protection Policy Part 1

Child Safety – Part 1: The Child Protection Policy Defined

Children have immense purpose and value!  That’s why pastors, teachers, parents, and volunteers have the ultimate responsibility of doing all they can to protect the little ones, the most vulnerable in our society.  We understand, this is a high calling and no one can do […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Child Safety Abuse Prevention Tips

Child Safety – Abuse Prevention Tips You Can Start Right Now

Those working with children know keeping kids safe is a 24×7, 365 days a year job! The key to such a challenging calling is prevention. Prevention involves taking action before abuse occurs. Having a good understanding of the tools available for prevention will ultimately increase […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Background Check Act 153

KidCheck Offers New Background Check Package for Pennsylvania Law Act 153

Criminal background checks are a critical element for any organization caring for children in helping to reduce risk and maintain a safe environment. As a leader in child security, with a focus on providing secure children’s check-in, we recommend all volunteers and employees be screened […]

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KidCheck Secure Children's Check-In Technology Spotlight : Background Checks

KidCheck Spotlight on Background Checks

Volunteers are an essential element in building a strong foundation in children’s ministry. Organizations know that background checks help reduce risk, maintain a safe environment and minimize liability.
KidCheck is offering a free, comprehensive, new eBook, “Technology Spotlight: Children’s Check-In” that focuses on helping children’s ministry […]

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Background Checks

Back To School – Volunteer Screening & Background Checks

To Check or Not to Check…That is the question? This is the fourth and final post in the Back to School series.
Volunteers they’re an essential element of any child-centered organization such as children’s ministry, day care, or extracurricular programs. When dealing with our most vulnerable […]

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