CRIMINAL OFFENDER RECORD INFORMATION (CORI)The Criminal Offender Record Information (“CORI”) laws and regulations in Massachusetts were first enacted in the early 1970s. While they have and continue to undergo a number of changes and developments, their primary focus remains intact. CORI is designed to protect the general public from exposure to potentially dangerous individuals with a criminal past. Organizations that serve vulnerable segments of the population such as Massachusetts Youth Soccer are given limited access to information about prospective coaches, administrators, volunteers and employees who may have a serious criminal history and who may pose a significant threat to the children involved in youth soccer across the state.;The agency that oversees Criminal Background Checks in the Commonwealth is the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS).
All volunteers must be CORI Checked - and CORI checks expire in 3 years.
The Uxbridge Youth Soccer CORI Submitter is Brian Prince firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the link where I can submit my CORI/KidSafe Information?
Mass Youth Soccer has provided this link to Register with CORI
How can I find out if my CORI expired with Mass Youth Soccer?
Mass Youth Soccer publishes a list of CORI checked adults and the expiration date
I was CORI checked for my job or another organization - do I need to do this?
yes - your CORI check information is not shared between organizations