I agree with everything you've written. But, as I understand it, it wouldn't have mattered HOW thorough a background check they did, because that doesn't stop someone until after the FIRST time they're caught. I can't imagine what else Disney could have done in this case, any more than the congregation of this man could have done to protect themselves or their kids. As much as we love to romanticize it, Disney World is a theme park. I think Disney does a fabulous job of trying to make it as safe as possible. But that simply does NOT mean it's "SAFE", just "as safe as possible." To be honest, I would be a lot more concerned about all the guests than any of hte CMs. Anyone can buy a ticket. Everyone has free access to the bathrooms, the resort hallways and staircases, and billion other places. There's no background check on the thousands of people on Disney property every single day. Checking your good sense at the gate is a tragedy waiting to happen. As to Disney checking to ensure that its employees are WORKING at work, no, I'm really fine with it. And if my employer wants to do the same, I'm good. My primary concern here is for the 2 kids of the man they arrested.