The Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan requires a one-time Police Check for volunteers working with Youth and a one-time Reporting of Criminal Charges form signed, with both to be submitted to the Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan Executive Director/Privacy Officer.
Police Checks must be performed every five (5) years to comply with Sask Sport guidelines.
Policy updated May 9th, 2020.
Note: This policy applies to all required Federation Police Checks.
Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan – Reporting of Criminal Charges Form
Send to: Rhonda Kurbis at the Federation office via
scan and email to [email protected]
mail: Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan,300 – 1734 Elphinstone St., Regina, SK, S4T 1K1
Should you have any questions or require further information please contact:
Rhonda Kurbis at (306) 780-9412 or email (above)
If your police service offers police checks for non-profit/charitable organizations and requires a verification letter please click here. Print off your own copy to give to your police service. All police checks are to be scanned and emailed to [email protected]
BOWLING FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
REPORTING CRIMINAL CHARGES
Any person who has been charged with an offence under The Criminal Code (Canada), The Food and Drugs Act (Canada) or The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) shall report the charge(s) in accordance with the procedures outlined in the attachment below…
Bowling Federation of Saskatchewan – Reporting of Criminal Charges