Below is the letter that waives the DOJ Livescan fee and the form for you to fill out. On the letter there are two locations that accept the letter waiving the fee, and their contact information. You need to make an appointment in advance. You will need both the letter and the form to take to your appointment.
Completing the Process
You can expect 1-2 weeks for your DOJ clearance to come through. Once your clearance has come through you will be contacted by the 4-H office to set up an appointment to fill out an enrollment form and bring in a copy of your completed quiz.
Once you have been cleared through the DOJ livescan process, met with the 4-H staff and completed your enrollment form, you will receive a letter of welcome from the University of California Cooperative Extension, Tulare County Director, Jim Sullins, and your leader card. At that time, you are approved to take on a role as a 4-H Volunteer in your club or at the county level.
Thank you again for taking the time to complete the 4-H Volunteer Orientation process.
Please check out the Resources page or contact the 4-H office with any questions.
4-H Community Education Specialist