This is a bit of a different story.
A few months after I became primary president, I found out of two additional active men in my ward who are registered sex offenders. I realized I often ask men in the ward to substitute in primary because it was nearly impossible to get men as primary teachers. They’re too special and have to be used elsewhere.
Anyway, the idea that I might accidentally ask a registered sex offender (or unregistered…) to sub in primary made me sick to my stomach. I scheduled an appointment with the bishop and told him I take my calling seriously and that includes protesting the children. I told him I need to know who should not be around children. My bishop told me that law doesn’t allow him to tell me that information.