Employees and Volunteers: Education/Screening/Supervision
Diocese of Tucson Safe Environment Program (Mandatory Reporting Law)
This video, issued in August, 2007, replaces theProtecting Our Children: Our Common Commitment video.
This video can be used both as an orientation for new personnel and for the annual re-education of personnel.
It should be accompanied by the Code of Conduct (English PDF / Spanish PDF), the Summary of the Guidelines (English PDF / Spanish PDF), and the Handout on the Mandatory Reporting Law (English PDF / Spanish PDF). Viewing of the video should be followed by discussion and signing of the parish or school Attestation (English PDF / Spanish PDF). A User’s Guide is provided to assist in leading the discussion.
The video is available in English and Spanish on a single DVD. Copies have been distributed to all parishes and schools. Additional copies are available for $10 from Rachel Guzman, Executive Assistant (OCAAP) at 520-838-2513 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Most local Police Departments, County Sheriffs, and County Attorneys will offer some form of training.
Internet pornography and solicitation of minors constitute an increasingly important area. The Pima County Attorney’s Office and the Tucson Police Department, among others, have experts on the subject who may be contacted to present to the parish or school.
Some of the files are only available in PDF format. In order to view and/or print PDF documents you must have a PDF viewer (e.g., Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® v5 or later) available on your workstation.