I understand that Sterling Volunteers will obtain a consumer report and/or investigative consumer report (“Report”) as part of the Volunteer background screening process. I also understand that further Reports may be obtained by Sterling VOLUNTEERS so as to update my Report.
I understand the Sterling Volunteers investigation may include obtaining information regarding my criminal record, subject to any limitations imposed by applicable federal and state law. I understand such information may be obtained through direct or indirect contact with public agencies or other persons who may have such knowledge. If an investigative consumer report is being requested, I understand such information may be obtained through any means, including but not limited to personal interviews with my acquaintances and/or associates or with others whom I am acquainted.
The nature and scope of the investigation sought is indicated by the services listed below:
· Criminal Background Check
· SSN Trace
· Sex Offender Search
· OFAC/Terrorist Watch List
· Motor Vehicle Report
California Disclosure Regarding Volunteer Background Report
Girl Scouts of Northern California (“COMPANY”) may obtain from Sterling Volunteers, 113 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO, 80524, (855) 326-1860, www.sterlingvolunteers.com, a consumer report and/or an investigative consumer report (“REPORT”) that contains background information about you in connection with your volunteerism. Sterling Volunteers may obtain further reports throughout your volunteerism so as to update your report without providing further disclosure or obtaining additional consent.
The REPORT may contain information about your character, general reputation, personal characteristics and mode of living. The REPORT may include, but is not limited to, credit reports and credit history information; criminal and other public records and history; public court records; motor vehicle and driving records; and Social Security verification and address history, subject to any limitations imposed by applicable federal and state law. This information may be obtained from public record and private sources, including credit bureaus, government agencies and judicial records, and other sources. If an investigative consumer REPORT is obtained, in addition to the description above, the nature and scope of any such REPORT will be personal references.
You may inspect Sterling Volunteers’ files concerning you during normal business hours and upon reasonable notice. You can inspect the files at Sterling Volunteers’ offices if you furnish proper identification, and you can obtain a copy by paying duplication costs. One other person can accompany you if he or she furnishes reasonable identification. You can also obtain a copy of your files by sending Sterling Volunteers at the address listed above a written request, including proper identification, by certified mail. Sterling Volunteers will give you a summary of the information in the files by telephone if you submit a written request including proper identification. Sterling Volunteers has trained personnel who can explain the information furnished to you, and can provide a written explanation of any coded information contained in your files. “Proper identification” includes documents such as a valid driver’s license, Social Security card, military identification card or credit card. If necessary, Sterling Volunteers may request additional information about your volunteerism and personal or family history to verify your identity.