Background Check & Safesport
It is extremely important that we all have confidence that every adult who works with our girls has completed the process explained on this page. The safety of every girl at Redondo Sunset matters. To accomplish this goal, we follow the guidelines of our governing body (USA Softball) and require every volunteer to (1) pass a background check and (2) complete SafeSport (child sexual abuse) training before stepping foot on the field to work with the girls. We also follow state law and require (3) concussion certification (HS 124235) and (4) LiveScan (AB 506).
STEP #1: USA SOFTBALL BACKGROUND CHECK. You can read instructions for the background check via the link below (document 1). Then simply email that you would like to volunteer, and you’ll be entered into the USA softball database and will receive a welcome email from USA softball to begin the process.
STEP #2: SAFESPORT. This is federally mandated child sexual abuse training – please read and follow the attached Step-by-Step guide (document 2 below) in order to complete SafeSport training. If this is your first time completing SafeSport, you can expect to spend a few hours at your own pace completing. If you’ve done SafeSport before, then you’ll take a shorter “refresher” course.
If you have trouble with SafeSport, please first reach out to USA Softball for help at .
STEP #3: Concussion Certification. Simply follow the instructions for the “Heads Up” concussion training from the CDC website (document 5 below). After completing the training, please download your Certificate of Completion and email it to softball commissioner at .
STEP #4: LiveScan. Fill out the LiveScan form below and bring it along with our government-issued ID to All Safe & Secure at 4172 PCH, Unit 103 in Torrance, 310-373-3202.
Thank you for helping to protect the girls of Redondo Sunset Softball!