Required Record Checks

Vulnerable Sector Check

A clean Police Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) dated within 6 months IS REQUIRED as a condition of employment and must be submitted to FVSD Human Resources prior to your first day of work.

LOCAL Residents: 

  • The VSC is available IN PERSON at the Fort Vermilion and High Level RCMP Detachments (Monday - Friday), and at the County Office in La Crete on Wednesdays;
  • Please apply in person at the Police Detachment in the community you reside in. You MUST bring 2 pieces of government issued identification, one of which must be photo ID if at all possible. At least one piece of ID MUST have your local address, proving you reside in the same community as the Detachment.

Other Alberta Residents:

  • If you are NOT LOCAL to the FVSD area, please request a Vulnerable Sector Check from your nearest Police Detachment. 

Intervention Record Check

As you may be working directly with children, a clean Alberta Children’s Services Intervention Record Check (IRC) dated within 6 months MAY BE REQUIRED as a condition of employment. If the IRC is required of you, it must be submitted to FVSD Human Resources prior to your first day of work.

Please read the following to determine if you are required to obtain an IRC.

Current/Former Alberta Resident WITH Children, IRC REQUIRED

If you LIVE IN ALBERTA now or have in the past and HAVE CHILDREN in your care now or have in the past including biological, step, and foster children then an IRC IS REQUIRED. 

HOW TO APPLY: 

 

Current/Former Alberta Resident WITHOUT Children, IRC NOT REQUIRED

If you LIVE IN ALBERTA now or have in the past and DO NOT have children in your care now or in the past including biological, step, and foster children then an IRC is NOT REQUIRED.

 

Non-Resident of Alberta, IRC NOT REQUIRED

  • If you DO NOT live in ALBERTA now and haven't in the past then an IRC is NOT REQUIRED even if you have children in your care now or in the past including biological, step, and foster children.