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​​The archdiocese and LOGOS, an independent software provider, developed the Volunteer/Personnel Information Network (VPIN) as a database to enter and confirm information from clergy, religious, employees, staff, and other volunteers. Prior to an assignment and continuing throughout an individual's involvement with the archdiocese, the archdiocesan Fingerprinting Office or any other location that is the confidential reporter of criminal offender record information​ (CORI reporter) will enter that individual's fingerprinting and training information into VPIN and the person in charge or a designated staff member will update the information as necessary. When people who have been fingerprinted are no longer staff members or volunteers, or no longer have a ministerial or any other assignment in the archdiocese, the individual's VPIN entry must be updated (see No Longer Interested Notification​).

See PeopleFlow Accounts to request access to VPIN and PeopleFlow Quick Start for VPIN.