STANDARDS OF MINISTERIAL BEHAVIOR AND BOUNDARIES. For Priests, Deacons, Religious, Pastoral Ministers, Administrators, Teachers, Staff and Volunteers. Standards. There are guidelines for the boundaries of appropriate behavior in all interactions with children and young people.
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STANDARDS OF MINISTERIAL BEHAVIOR AND BOUNDARIES
For Priests, Deacons, Religious, Pastoral Ministers, Administrators, Teachers, Staff and Volunteers
Day Care Center Workers
Mental Health Professionals
Persons supervising children
ClergyYouth ministersPlayground monitors
Parish and school personnelChild-care workersFoster-care workers
TeachersSchool nursesSocial service workers
CatechistsAthletic coachesSchool volunteers
Music ministersClassroom aidesAdministrators
*Copies should be on file in the Rectory (elementary), OCE (secondary and special education) and in the teacher file in the secured files in the office of the principal in the school.
all God's children.
Complete the Incident Report prescribed by the OCE within 24 hours of the report.
*This list is to establish examples and is not to be considered exhaustive
There are different criteria for reporting the suspected abuse of a child learned through the use of technology.