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Volunteer Requirements Policy

Safety is a major priority to North Wall Little League Baseball and Softball.  Our goal includes fostering a safe, fun and challenging environment for our players through community support and participation. In addition, our volunteer Program Directors seek to continually evolve our league to meet the needs of the community as we grow and develop our players, facilities and overall program.

North Wall Little League follows the guidelines for Volunteering, Background Checks and Safety procedures from the organizations noted below. 

If you have any questions, please email

Volunteer / Coach Approval Process

      • ALL coaches must go through the Township's NEW Background Check Process.  It is a two minute online application.
      • Please go to
        to complete your background check.  Your check must be completed by March 15, 2019.  Please contact or the Recreation Department with any questions, 732.449.8444 ext. 2251.
      • The volunteer must attend Safety Training.  There are several options:
        • Rutgers Volunteer Safety Class - on 02.28.19 at 6:30PM and 04.30.19 at 6:30PM.  Location and times are on the attached flyer from the Wall Township Recreation Department.  Rutgers clinic 2019 Flyer.  NWLL strongly recommends taking this course as the certification is good for life.
        • OR
        • Wall Safety Training Course - will take place on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 7:30PM to 8:30PM in the Wall Intermediate School Auditorium.
    • As such, it is our policy and that of Little League and Wall Township, that all volunteers must be properly screened and approved.  Anyone who will be on the field with our players must have their Volunteer Approval and Safety Training completed by the beginning of the Spring Season. 
    • The guidelines we follow for background checks and safety are dictated by NJ State statute, Township ordinance and Little League regulation.  They can be found using the links below:
    • The North Wall Little League  Plan of Action follows the CDC plan. All related forms can be found here: