Search requests may be submitted by email, CD, fax, regular mail, and telephone depending upon the number of individuals requested to be checked against the Registry.
Procedures for submitting search requests are available from DCJS.
DCJS's response will indicate the total number of individuals checked against the Registry and either the names of the individuals listed on the Registry and their risk level, or that no matches were found.
The list of employees/volunteers submitted to be searched will not be returned by DCJS unless specifically requested by the camp operator with the initial search request submittal.
Results of search requests made by telephone will be provided during the phone call.
I am a busy mother who works, gets home and still work at home and be with my kids.
I would like at least to chat with someone in here just to said how my day was to someone and also to know about the other person too.
I love the beach, love to travel, love the sports, Yankees fan, Giants Dolphins,lol, Rangers, love broadway shows,concerts, big fan of U2, im from south america, enjoy all types music, love to dance, enjoy a good wine, bubbles too!
, always smiling, good attitude, good sense humor, this is the most important in life, smile as much we can!
Section 7-2.5(l) of the New York State Sanitary Code and Article 13-B of the Public Health Law requires children's camp operators to determine whether an employee or volunteer at the camp is listed on the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) Sex Offender Registry.
Checks of the Registry must be completed prior to the day the employee or volunteer starts work at the camp and annually thereafter prior to their arrival at camp.