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In the archdiocese, principals as well as certain people at the Archdiocesan Catholic Center have traditionally been designated confidential reporters of criminal offender record information (CORI reporters) to receive, process, store, and act on fingerprint reports and any subsequent arrest notifications. The archdiocese is working with the locations in the archdiocese and with the Department of Justice to transition from having principals as CORI reporters and to centralize this function in the archdiocesan Fingerprinting Office, except for clergy for whom the vicar for clergy will continue as the CORI reporter. The archdiocesan Fingerprinting Office coordinates and advises people who are CORI reporters; those people are required to file certain materials with the California Department of Justice.