Rotary District 5370 membership is actively working to improve the lives of vulnerable persons in our communities.   Youth, Seniors, Disabled persons all benefit from our Rotarians who work tirelessly to make their world a better place.  We are proud of our membership and the hard work they do.  Rotary International requires that  all who work with vulnerable persons complete a Vulnerable Persons Record Check (VPRC) at their local Police station.
 

What is a vulnerable person?

Vulnerable people are those which are temporarily or permanently dependent on others because of their disability, age, and other factors. These people may also be exposed to a greater risk of being harmed by those whom they are entrusted to or those in authority.

Where do I send my Vulnerable Persons Police Record Check?  
 
  1. Go to your local police agency in your community and apply for a Vulnerable Persons Record Check
  2. Once you have received the original VPRC back please SCAN the document  and EMAIL a copy of it to securitychecks@rotary5370.org
  1. Originals are not required.  Keep yours to reuse for any other volunteer positions!
  1. Once you are certified to work with vulnerable persons in our district  you will receive a letter of certification from the district office to keep in your files.  That letter will tell you the length of certification you have.
  1. Forward that electronic document, Letter of Certification, to your club leadership for their record
  1. Remember to mark the expiry date of your certification on your calendar so you know when to reapply
For more information on process and policy Click Here!