Welcome to the Safe Environment Certification exam. Enter your full legal name as it appears on at least two forms of identification. All fields are required. First Middle Last Entity Role Entity ID Entity ID Role Select one...ClergyDeaconEmployeeVendorVolunteer 1. If you pass the background check for the Diocese of Orlando one time, you never have to submit your fingerprints again. True False2. All church personnel, ages 15 and older, must submit a completed Criminal Background Check Form and complete set of fingerprints. True False3. Before any planned activity, school or church personnel should make sure parents have cell phone numbers of the group leaders and the phone number of where the event will take place. True False4. Adults must copy parents on all e-mails and other electronic correspondence with youth under 18 and maintain copies of that communication. True False5. Your personal social media accounts have no bearing on your status as an employee or volunteer of the Diocese of Orlando. It is okay to use diocesan logos, trademarks, and discuss diocesan matters if you wish. True False6. Ministers who have something urgent to communicate can call minors on their cell phones repeatedly no matter what time of day it is. True False7. The diocese appreciates healthy, constructive debate and discussion. Therefore, no account administrator can delete or hide any comments left on a diocesan entity’s social media post. True False8. If any volunteer or employee finds a social media post that indicates or infers the use of violence, he or she should immediately report the information to law enforcement and then a supervisor. True False9. Any clergy, religious, lay employee, or volunteer who knows or has cause to suspect that a vulnerable person has been subjected to any form of abuse must immediately contact law enforcement. True False10. If an allegation of sexual abuse has been made against a parent or guardian, that parent or guardian should be notified immediately. True False11. If a representative from the media (television, newspaper, radio) shows up on parish or school property, it is okay for any employee or volunteer to be interviewed about important diocesan matters. True False12. If a child even vaguely hints that sexual abuse has occurred, you should encourage him or her to talk freely and assure the child that he or she did the right thing in telling. True False13. Whether you are participating in the celebration of Mass, on a field trip, or participating in ministry, we are called to care for those around us. Therefore, if you see something unusual, you should say something to authorities right away. True False14. In the case of an active shooter, you should hide in large groups. True False15. During an active shooter scenario you should fight as an absolute last resort. Commit to your actions and act as aggressively as possible against the shooter. True False16. A minister serves as a mentor and guide, walking with a young person as they journey in faith. Therefore, we must discuss difficult topics at times and it is okay to show R-rated films to students without permission from their parents. True False17. During athletic events, field trips, or on retreats for young people, there is no need to worry about the pop music played for the audience. The students already hear it on local radio anyway. True False18. It is okay for church employees, volunteers or coaches to invite minors to their home for overnight stays, with the permission of the parent or guardian. They may also offer minors a ride in their car. True False19. A visiting priest may come to the Diocese of Orlando and assist in the parish simply because he is a good friend of the pastor. He does not need diocesan permission. True False20. In order to protect vulnerable populations, every visitor at our Catholic schools must provide identification to be run against the National and State Sex Offender Registry. Even parents or volunteers who might come through the office every day. True FalseAlmost done! Press Finish to complete the exam.