The new policy calls for each association to appoint a child protection officer who will be responsible for the facilitation and reporting of suspicious activity. The association must conduct a thorough evaluation of the officer that includes two non-family references from Cayman as well as a criminal background check and a child clearance along with a sex offender clearance from any jurisdiction the officer had resided in for 6 months or more. Sports Minister Osbourne Bodden says cayman is changing and the policy is a sign of the times.
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