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Revision as of 18:48, 6 November 2019
To protect their children while in the care of others, parents may investigate providers who have been screened and do not have disqualifying criminal convictions by using Trustline, a registry created by the California Legislature.
TrustLine is a database of in-home caregivers (nannies and baby-sitters) that have cleared criminal background checks in California. The California Department of Social Services administers the program.
To check if a provider is registered on TrustLine or to register:
Child Protection Services (CPS):
Consumers who wish to reach a child protection service should contact their local county welfare office. The Web site below provides a list for each California county.
Department of Social Services
Community Care Licensing Division
Child Care Program Office
744 P Street, MS 9-14-48
Sacramento, CA 95814
Child Find of America, Inc.
7 Innis Avenue
PO Box 277
New Paltz, New York 12561-0277
(800) 426-5678 (800) I-AM-LOST
(800) 292-9688 (800) A-WAY-OUT
(845) 883-6614 Fax
The California Central Registry operates within the California Parent findings Locator Service which locates nonsupporting, absent parents and their assets and assists in the location of noncustodial parents who have abducted their children. The Central Registry reviews and forwards interstate) and international child support case information to the appropriate country district attorney.
Individuals must contact their local District Attorney who will report findings to the Attorney General's office for statewide and interstate information search.
The Attorney General’s Megan’s Law Web site lists designated registered sex offenders in California:
Registered Sex Offenders (Megan’s Law)
The Department of Justice provides a number for individuals who need to report or identify individuals who are sex offenders: