To complete the Safe Environment process, the following four steps are required:
1. View the Safe Environment video. This video is available for viewing by appointment through the school office, or on publicized days.
2. Read the Code of Conduct. The last page must be printed, signed, and submitted to the school office.
3. Submit the Volunteer Application with completed reference forms to the school office.
4. Complete the eApps DB Online Application, indicating that All Saints is one of your "sites."
Archdiocese of Oklahoma City Safe Environment
2011-2012 Volunteer Handbook (PDF)
All Saints Safe Environment Coordinator: Dana Wade, Assistant Principal
The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City through its programs, organizations and events, has numerous daily contacts with many children and young people. It is, therefore important that all Archdiocesan Personnel, clergy, seminarians, religious, employees and volunteers, protect the rights of children and be alert to the possibility for child abuse.
Under Oklahoma State law, all individuals MUST report an incident or suspicion of sexual abuse of a minor (person under 18 years of age) to the civil authorities. The Oklahoma Department of Human Services has established a statewide abuse reporting hotline for reporting: 1-800-522-3511. This number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you feel a child is in immediate danger of harm call 911.
For the safety of children and the healing of victims, the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City provides an Abuse of Minors Pastoral Response Hotline for reporting the abuse of a minor (in the past or presently) by a member of the clergy or other church personnel: 1-405-720-9878. The Archdiocesan Victims Assistance Coordinator, a licensed professional counselor, will respond to calls to the Archdiocesan Pastoral Response Hotline.
A report to the Archdiocese does not relieve the individual of the duty to report child abuse to civil authorities as required by Oklahoma State Law. In Oklahoma, failure to report child abuse is a misdemeanor punishable in law.