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Archdiocese of Indianapolis
Child Sexual Abuse As per the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People published by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, child sexual abuse includes contacts or interactions between an individual under the age of eighteen (a minor) and an adult when the minor is being used as an object of sexual gratification for the adult. A minor is considered abused whether or not this activity involves explicit force, genital or physical contact, or discernible harmful outcome, and regardless of who is the initiator of the contact.
Code of Conduct Violations Situations involving a lack of appropriate boundaries in dealing with children, such as being alone with children at Church/school activities, giving inappropriate, personal gifts to children, having unnecessary physical contact with children, contacting a minor via social media or posting pictures or video without parental permission, being under the influence of alcohol or drugs while overseeing youth or allowing minors to have or use alcohol or illegal drugs, using profanity, or allowing minors to have, or assist them in gaining access to, pornographic or inappropriate websites, movies, or printed materials.
Lack of Proper Internal Controls Situations that create potential future losses of Church funds or property due to poor accounting procedures or a lack of internal controls, such as not keeping cash in a secure place or not having "checks and balances" in managing money
Loss of Church Funds or Property Situations involving the loss of Church funds or property, such as falsifying expense reports, using work time to run a personal business, taking goods that have been donated to the Church or purchased with Church funds, using the Church tax exemption for personal purposes, receiving payment for hours that were not worked, or taking money from a Sunday collection or petty cash fund, even with the intent to re-pay it