Who Should Become Youth Certified?

Our youth deserve to feel safe, to have positive relationships and experiences whether at home, school or at play.

  • Anyone over the age of 18 can become Youth Certified.
  • We expect all youth service providers to become Youth Certified
  • We encourage anyone who connects with youth to become Youth Certified

4 Steps to Certification


Complete Respect in Sport Activity Leader or Respect in School online program

Sask Sport Member
Education Sector


Download and Fill out a Youth Certified Application Form

Youth Certified Application Form


From your local RCMP detachment you must obtain:

    • Criminal Record Check
    • Vulnerable Sector Check

City of Swift Current residents

City of Swift Current RCMP do not charge for record checks if you are a applying for a Safe Places card. You can complete the record checks at the same time as submitting your other paperwork for Safe Places.

Rural residents

You are required to get a volunteer letter from your organization to waive fees for record checks.


Charges are applied for fingerprinting – individuals must pay this fee via money order or by certified check only. (no cash, personal check or credit cards are accepted)

If you have been informed that Safe Places / or your own organization will cover the fees for fingerprinting this is through REIMBURSEMENT Individuals must personally pay for the transaction and provide a receipt for reimbursement.


Criminal record checks can only be provided to U18’s for government employment / positions.

No vulnerable sector checks can be performed

No record checks can be provided to others.


Submit to Swift Current RCMP Detachment:

  • Respect Group Certificate
    (or a copy of your new expiry date from importing a previous certificate)
  • Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Checks
    (Swift residents can complete the paperwork at the detachment)
  • 2 pieces of Government issue I.D
  • Completed Safe Places Application Form
    (also available at the Swift Current detachment)