In case you couldn't tell, I'm not the one who has been processing these, but I will taking it on next year.
Okay, I think we have been using the quick-app process, but doing it one at a time when they come in.
I was told that we still needed the paper form filled in with at least their name and signature, which constitutes "permission" for us to start the background check process.
I recommend contacting JDP directly if you have questions.
We are using another vendor this year (and probably next year too) but the process is similar in that the user has to provide permission to allow the background check to proceed. This happens within the vendor web flow (electronic signature) and does not require our league to obtain permission. Our vendor requires upload of a photo of government issued photo ID.
The big 'win' (and its made life a lot easier for me to run the process) is that I use the same boilerplate email for every volunteer and I never have to manage their confidential information. It's still somewhat of a pain but way better than asking every volunteer to hand me a paper form and then re-entering all of the information.
Little League retains the following requirement: according to https://www.littlele...ck-information/
Leagues must still verify the volunteer’s application with a government-issued photo ID.