AB-506. As a Scouting volunteer, you understand the importance of keeping children safe. A recent bill was passed by the State of California requiring volunteers and staff of Youth Service Organizations to complete training in child abuse and neglect reporting and undergo Live Scan background checks. AB-506 went into effect on January 1, 2022.
All registered BSA volunteer positions and employees including camp staff must comply with AB506. In addition, other volunteers who are 18 years of age or older and who have direct contact with, or supervision of, children for more than 16 hours a month or 32 hours per year must complete a Live Scan background check (the digital version of inked fingerprinting) and complete online mandated reporter training. All registered Scouting Adult volunteers (including Board Members, Commissioners, and Merit Badge Counselors) need to complete the online training and Live Scan process. For more details visit cascouting.org
AB506 Volunteer Process Link
You MUST bring the Live Scan Form specifically for Verdugo Hills Council, attached below.
On the link above, you will find a link to search where to get Live Scan service.
Here are a few places:
- Hayasa Express - 3442 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta. 818-937-0300. Walk-ins welcome. $45 ($25 Rolling Fee + DOJ/FBI fees), cash preferred.
- City of Burbank - 301 E. Olive Ave., Burbank. Call for appointment 818-238-5340. $20 Rolling Fee plus DOJ/FBI fees (only accepts cash).
- Eagle West Live Scan - 1379 E. Colorado, Glendale. Walk-ins welcome. $18 Rolling fee plus DOJ/FBI fees.
Please also notify our Training Chair, Ms. Newgard, after completing the Mandated Reporting training by sending her a copy of your completion certificate.