INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF POLICE CHAPLAINS. LIABILITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY By: Thomas N. Davidson, J.D. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. Define & explain: liability, confidentiality, ethics & privilege. Chaplain’s responsibility to maintain confidentiality. Determine when confidentiality ceases.
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF POLICE CHAPLAINS
LIABILITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY
By: Thomas N. Davidson, J.D.
Generally, there must exist an expectation of confidentiality and:
to be considered privileged communication.
For example, a Prison or Jail Chaplain that requires inmates to pray before they are fed or given liberties would be subject to this type of action.