Volunteer Fingerprinting & Safe Environment

/Volunteer Fingerprinting & Safe Environment
Volunteer Fingerprinting & Safe Environment 2017-11-02T14:28:20+00:00

The current Diocesan policy states that all volunteers who have contact with children and vulnerable adults must be fingerprinted and be trained in Safe Environment.  

Every adult (18 years or older) who volunteers for St. John Vianney School must be compliant with Diocesan policy. For teen volunteers (age 14 up to age 18), they must complete the teen training below.

In order to be compliant, please:

1. Get fingerprinted:

Verify Group
262 E. Hamilton Ave., Suite A, Campbell, CA 95008
Call for an appointment Monday-Friday
(Walk-ins OK 1:00-4:00PM)
Identify yourself as a volunteer for St. John Vianney School.  The cost to be fingerprinted is $67.  This cost consists of $20 processing facility fee, $32 DOJ fee, and $15 FBI fee.

Important:  Please submit a copy of fingerprinting receipt to school office immediately after appointment.  You will be notified regarding the outcome of your fingerprints by the Office Manager.

2. Complete the Safe Environment Online Training:

Training website (after you register below):  www.virtusonline.org

A. Adult Volunteers (18+ yrs old) & New DSJ Employees:
Course: Protecting God’s Children (PGC)  (Registration Link & Registration Instructions)
Training is required every 3 years.

B. Teen Volunteers (age 14 up to 18 yrs old)
Course: Healthy Relationships for Teens  (Registration Link & Registration Instructions)
Training is required every 2 years. Once a teen reaches 18 yrs of age, they are required to complete the adult course to continue their service.

C. For employees or volunteers who are involved in ministry to home-bound, elderly, or other vulnerable adults, they must complete this course
Course: PGC and Vulnerable Adults (Registration Link & Registration Instructions)
Training is required every 3 years.

Print/email your completion certificate to the St. John Vianney School office at school@sjvsj.org

For more information about this process, please refer to www.dsj.org/opcva.