Police Checks (VSS) (Parry Sound Hockey Club)

PrintPolice Checks (VSS)

 Re: Criminal Record Check Vulnerable Sector Applicants

New, As of 2020 - September
Criminal Record Check Vulnerable Sector Checks are now online, click here for the link

*Note: The steps below will need to be updated/changed to match up to the new online method.... 

All volunteers of the Parry Sound Hockey Club Inc. require a ‘Criminal Record Check -Vulnerable Sector. The Club requires volunteers to complete checks prior to commencing their volunteer position, and every three (3) years thereafter. As well, all volunteers of the Parry Sound Hockey Club shall complete a Criminal Record Self Disclosure form on an annual basis. First time volunteers should commence this process ASAP.

All Hockey Club volunteers are required to submit an original copy (with embossed seal) of their completed police check and a signed self disclosure form before assuming their volunteer position.

*Vulnerable persons or individuals refers to a class of persons who, because of their age, a disability or other circumstances, whether temporary or permanent are in a position of dependence on others or are otherwise at a greater risk than the general population of being harmed by persons in a position of authority or trust relative to them (for example: children, disabled or elderly).

Completed Police Checks and Self Disclosure forms shall be submitted to and retained by the Risk Management Officer.

  1. If you intend to volunteer or have accepted a volunteer position with Minor Hockey, please contact the Risk Management Officer by email at [email protected] as soon as possible to provide your contact information and to obtain the Vulnerable Sector Screening Check Letter and Criminal Self Disclosure.
  2. Please bring the above along with the Completed Vulnerable Sector Check form & necessary ID to your local OPP Detachment. Applicants must present two (2) separate pieces of valid ID; at least one piece of ID must include a photograph of the applicant take within the last 5 years. Some examples of acceptable identification are listed below.
  3. Once you have received the stamped (embossed) and signed copy of the police check, please ensure that the original copy is placed in a sealed envelope marked “Confidential” and forward it along with the signed Self Disclosure form to the Risk Management Officer.



Acceptable forms of photo identification:

  • Driver’s License (including driver's license issued by another province, territory, or a foreign jurisdiction)
  • BYID Card
  • Passport
  • Canadian Citizen Card
  • Possession and Acquisition License (or PAL card)
  • Permanent Residency Care
  • Indian Status Card
  • Canadian National Institute of the Blind (CNIB) Identification Card
  • Canadian Military Employment Card
  • Ontario Photo ID Card
  • NEXUS Card
  • FAST Pass

The following are acceptable forms of Non-Photo identification

  • Birth Certificate
  • Baptismal Certificate
  • Hunting License
  • Outdoors Card
  • Canadian Blood Donor Card
  • Immigration Papers
  • Student ID (only as a secondary piece of ID - High school students only)


If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact an Executive member.

Lisa Moore, CHRP

Risk Management Officer

Criminal Self Disclosure | Volunteer Letter (VSS) | Vulnerable Sector Check form

For more information on the Vulnerable Sector Criminal Check, please visit
opp.ca - Criminal Record Checks and Police Checks

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