All LGFA Clubs are signed up to the Code of Ethics and Good Practice Guidelines which requires all officers, mentors or volunteers involved with underage teams within your Club to be vetted.
Garda Vetting is conducted in respect of any person who is carrying out work or activity, a necessary and regular part of which consists mainly of the person having access to, or contact with, children or vulnerable persons.
How can I apply to be Vetted?
To use eVetting service you must…
- Be over 16 years old
- If aged 16-18 years, have submitted signed “Parent / Guardian” consent form
- Have or have access to a valid email address
- Have access to the Internet
- Have completed the “Proof of Identity” process
- For more information https://vetting.garda.ie/Application/About
2. Paper Application
The National Vetting Bureau will still offer the facility to make an application for Garda Vetting using a paper application. If you would like to apply for Garda Vetting using a paper application you should contact the Relevant Organisation you require vetting for and request a Garda Vetting Application Form.
On receipt of an application for vetting disclosure in respect of a person concerning relevant work or activities, the National Vetting Bureau will make such enquiries with An Garda Síochána or a Scheduled Organisation as it deems necessary to establish whether there is any criminal record or specified information relating to the person.