The following types of programs are covered under the policy:
- Athletic Camps run by LMU
- Athletic Camps run by third-parties
- Summer Camps
- Academic Programs
- Service Projects
- Specialty Camps
- Community Outreach Programs
No. The policy does not apply to:
- Minors enrolled as LMU students
- Minors on field trips from other schools or entities assuming they are chaperoned by their teachers or other personnel
- LMU Child Care Center, which is subject to Federal and State regulations
- Events open to the general public
- Routine use of the university libraries
Yes. All programs and camps involving minors need to be registered at least 30-days in advance with Risk Management. The registration form can be found here.
No. Any length camp, one day or more, is covered under the policy.
Any adult (18 and over) who supervise minors participating in camps or programs. This includes, but is not limited to faculty, staff, volunteers, students, interns, employees of third-party run camps, interns, employees of temporary agencies, independent contractors and on-campus vendors.
Yes. All personnel who run camps, or oversee the activities of minors during the camps, must receive a background check.
Please visit our Obtain a Background Check page to begin the process of obtaining a background check for an Authorized Adult. Human Resources will absorb the cost of the background checks.
Yes. Background checks conducted for other entities are not valid at LMU and you must get another one.
Only if they are going to have unsupervised access to minors.
Yes. Every two years a background check must be repeated.
Human Resources will absorb the cost of the background checks.
All Authorized Adults need to take a training program on the child abuse and reporting act (CANRA).
For training, please contact:
Title IX Coordinator and EEO Officer
University Hall 1900
Doug Moore, University Risk Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org; 310.338.3071.