Keller United Methodist Church takes safety measures in the selection and recruitment of those who work directly with children/youth, implements procedures in programs and events, and educates workers, helpers, and volunteers regarding the church Policy and state law.
How to become eligible to volunteer with children and youth:
1. Read the Safe Sanctuary Policy.
2. View the Safe Sanctuary Training Presentation.
3. Print and complete the Authorization for Information/Criminal Background Report and the Participation Covenant Statement and return both signed documents to the church office. Forms are also available in the church office.
4. Have 3 references who have known you for at least three years, and are not related to you, submit either the Electronic Reference Form OR provide your references' names and e-mails or mailing addresses to Victoria Wilson and the church will e-mail the link or send paper forms for them to complete.
Records shall be kept confidential and in a locked cabinet, but will be provided upon request to any pastor of the Church, the Child/Youth Protection Screening Committee, law enforcement, Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS), Child Protective Services (CPS), or the Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church. Records may also be disclosed in response to a court order or valid subpoena.