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Appendix D: Computer Use & Internet Policy

I. Overview The Internet is a worldwide telecommunications network of networks that links millions of users and computers. Government, corporate, commercial and educational entities are linked, permitting Internet users to easily access and share vast stores of information. The Internet is an important resource for the Archdiocese to provide better, cheaper and faster services to
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Statement of Policy for the Protection of Children & Youth

The current and effective version of the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Child and Youth Protection Policies and Procedures, including the Statement of Policy for the Protection of Children &Youth and the Code of Conduct for Church Personnel of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, which incorporates any revisions to the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Child and Youth Protection Policies
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Key Policies – Child & Youth Protection

Archdiocese Charts New course to Combat Sexual Abuse of Children A Public Accounting Help and Healing BALTIMORE – Echoing the words of St. Francis de Sales to call the sexual abuse of children by clergy “the spiritual equivalent of murder,” today, Cardinal William H. Keeler announced that the Archdiocese of Baltimore is charting a new
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Notice of Privacy Principles

Notice of Privacy Principles The Archdiocese of Baltimore is committed to protecting the privacy of parishioners, employees and volunteers. This Notice of Privacy Principles contains information about how we may use and disclose personal information about you. This Notice of Privacy Principles applies to personally identifiable information that is collected and/or maintained by Central Services
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Child and Youth Protection Policy Requirements for Employees

If you will be employed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore you must complete the following requirements through the archdiocesan parish, school, or institution: Adult Employees Archdiocesan Application for Employment (Español) Interview conducted and documented to determine eligibility and suitability by covered entity Three (3) professional references provided, checked, and documented at covered entity References for employment with any previous archdiocesan
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Colleges work to raise awareness of policies on sexual harassment

DETROIT – As campuses across the country fill, and students learn of the schools’ regulations regarding student fees, parking restrictions and library hours, they also must be made aware of school policies regarding filing complaints of sexual harassment.
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Requirements for Volunteers

All volunteers in the Archdiocese of Baltimore must complete the following requirements on our compliance management system, Shield the Vulnerable, before volunteering: Archdiocesan Application for Volunteer Service (Shield) A Statement of Policy for the Protection of Children & Youth (Shield) Code of Conduct for Church Personnel (Shield) All volunteers who have substantial contact with children
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School nurses treat policies along with kids

The duties of a school nurse go far beyond dispensing Tylenol or bandaging a scraped knee. Today’s school nurses track reports of potential pandemics, evaluate environmental hazards, review school policies, follow a dizzying array of regulations, and educate parents, faculty and students about health issues. And yes, bandage a knee when needed.
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Communications – Protection of Children & Youth

The Archdiocese of Baltimore is committed to openness and transparency. The Archdiocese will meet this commitment to the extent possible while also respecting the privacy and reputations of all individuals and applicable law. 9.1 Covered Entities shall communicate the key components of the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Child and Youth Protection Policies and Procedures to their
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Requirements for Employees

If you will be employed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore you must complete the following requirements thru the archdiocesan parish, school, or institution: Adult Employees Archdiocesan Application for Employment (Español) Interview conducted and documented to determine eligibility and suitability by covered entity Three (3) professional references provided, checked, and documented at covered entity References for employment with any previous archdiocesan
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Congressman urges Obama to raise issue of forced abortions in China

WASHINGTON – A U.S. congressman urged President Barack Obama to raise the issue of forced abortions with Chinese leaders and not allow human rights to take a backseat to economic issues when the president traveled to Beijing.
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Computer/Internet Use – Code of Conduct for Church Personnel

Use of computers and internet connectivity should be consistent with the mission of the Church. 7.1 In their use of computers, equipment and other related resources maintained by an Archdiocesan entity, church personnel must respect the privacy of other users, respect copyright and license agreements, protect data from unauthorized use or disclosure, and safeguard their
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