OCFS-4190. Inquiry Concerning Visitation Statewide Central Register Database Form
Form OCFS-4190, Inquiry Concerning Visitation Statewide Central Register Database Form, is a form used to document and record visitation inquiries related to the New York State Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment (SCR). This form is used by SCR staff to document inquiries regarding visitation requests from individuals, organizations, or other entities that may have been identified in a SCR report.
The form is completed by SCR staff, and must include the date of inquiry, the name of the person or organization making the inquiry, the identity of the person referenced in the SCR report, the purpose of the inquiry, and an explanation of the results of the inquiry. The form also includes a section for the SCR staff to indicate whether there have been any changes to the SCR report since the inquiry was made.
The most important fields in this form are the identity of the person referenced in the SCR report, the purpose of the inquiry, and the explanation of the results of the inquiry. It is important to ensure that the information provided on the form is accurate and complete, as it is used to inform decisions related to visitation requests.
A typical scenario where this form would be used is when an individual or organization requests visitation with an individual listed in the SCR report. The SCR staff will use the form to determine if the individual in the SCR report is eligible for visitation. The form is used to document the inquiry, and the results of the inquiry are used to inform decisions related to the visitation request. The form also helps to ensure that SCR staff are aware of any changes to the SCR report since the inquiry was made.
No additional documents are needed to fill out the form. However, the form should be submitted to the SCR along with any other relevant documents, such as a copy of the SCR report, if applicable. There are no alternatives to this form for the purpose of documenting visitation inquiries related to the SCR.