Volunteer Screening

Ringette PEI has a volunteer screening process which includes a current (within 3 years) Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check. This process is applied to all volunteers or staff in positions of trust as deemed by RPEI or any of it's member clubs, including coaches, assistant coaches, managers, and other positions when deemed necessary. Please review the policy for more information and contact your club or RPEI if you have any questions.

Ringette PEI Policy on Staff and Volunteer Screening 


Where you live in PEI will determine where you must go to obtain your Criminal Records and Vulnerable Sector Check. Take a copy of a letter from your association or Ringette PEI with you along with a valid photo ID.

  • For residents of the City of Charlottetown, visit the Charlottetown Police Department at 10 Kirkwood Drive. 

  • For residents of Queens County (excluding City of Charlottetown),visit Queens District RCMP at 153 Maypoint Rd. 

  • For residents of Montague / Southern Kings County, visit the RCMP Brudenell Detachment.

  • For residents that reside in Souris and surrounding areas, you are to visit the Souris RCMP Detachment located at the corner of Main Street & MacPhee Avenue, with a valid photo ID.

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