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Who reviews the background screening materials and makes the final determination if an individual is approved?

In most cases it is appointed individuals from the local church. Given the variety of organizational structures in the church today, we do not wish to prescribe any particular process that must be followed. It may make sense for the ministry leaders to be the ones responsible for reviewing the screening materials with volunteers, conducting any necessary follow-up questions, and determining whether a volunteer may serve. Alternatively, it may be that a pastor or, if applicable, a volunteer of the church would take on that role. Whoever is chosen by the church or ministry to be the reviewer will need to be sure that every individual has passed the background screening and reviewed the training materials.

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