In the archdiocese, certain people at the Archdiocesan Catholic Center are currently designated as 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 has centralized the fingerprinting process in the archdiocesan Fingerprinting Office. 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.