In partnership with our local government, Capital Area Shelter HUB Plan (CASHP) team, American Red Cross and local churches, all ADRN volunteers are required to have their name checked on the National Sex Offender list in order to receive an official ADRN Yellow Badge and be able to purchase an ADRN Yellow T-Shirt. Volunteers with a sex offender offense on their record or convicted of any crimes against minors will not be able to receive an ADRN badge or an official ADRN yellow t-shirt. Volunteers that have a felony charge on their record within 7 years will not be able to receive an ADRN White badge. A volunteer with a felony record may receive an ADRN white badge after 7 years from the date of the felony.
Get Started with 2 Simple Steps »
1) Start the process. Fill out the online form, click here >
2) Donation. Make a suggested donation of $10 to cover our cost of the badge and background check. This is not required if your financial situation does not permit it. Click below to make a donation.Background Check Donation
Will my information be confidential?
ADRN commits to you that your background check information is confidential. The approval process can take up to 24 hours. Once you have completed the online form successfully, you should see a “Thank You! Your background check has been completed” screen. If you chose the option to receive a copy of your background check, an email will be sent to you within 48 hours, when requested of the Background Check vendor (not ADRN). ADRN is sent clearance records by the Background Check Vendor. We check these clearance records each time you register for an advanced training. Providing you have clearance we are able to issue you an ADRN White Badge upon completion of each advanced training.
What offenses are considered in the background check process?
Below is a list of felony offenses that would hinder an individual from being certified if the offense has been under 7 years. If you have questions or if you do not pass the background check, please email email@example.com (High security military personnel will need to call to give personal information in order to pass the background check):
|Violent Crimes||· Arson||· Kidnapping|
|· Assault||· Manslaughter|
|· Battery||· Murder (including attempted)|
|· Burglary||· Reckless endangerment|
|· Carrying a concealed weapon||· Unlawful imprisonment|
|· Child abuse or neglect||· Unlawful wounding|
|· Harassment||· Vehicular homicide/manslaughter|
|· Homicide||· Violation of restraining order|
|Sex Crimes||· Crime against nature||· Selling/distributing child pornography|
|· Indecent exposure||· Sexual assault|
|· Pornography||· Sexual exploitation|
|· Presence on a sex offender list or registry||· Sexual misconduct|
|· Prostitution||· Solicitation of prostitute|
|Financial Crimes||· Access Device Fraud||· Forgery|
|· Burglary||· Fraud|
|· Embezzlement||· Robbery|
|· Extortion||· Theft|
|· Financial exploitation||· Worthless Checks|
|Alcohol/Drug Crimes||· Manufacturing, delivering, possessing, using a controlled substance, DUI|
|Miscellaneous Crimes||· Accessory or principal to a felony|
|· Evading arrest; fleeing from an officer|
|· Impersonating an officer|
|· Obstruction of justice; obstruction of officers|
|· Tampering with utility meters|
|· Tampering with a witness|
|· Threatening telephone calls|
For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!