Catholic Religious Services at Washtenaw County Jail
Jail Volunteer Orientation
Saturday, October 20, 2018, at 9am.
(Past dates were: Oct 20, 2018; July 28, 2018; April 14, 2018; Feb 24, 2018; Oct 28, 2017; July 15, 2017; April 22, 2017; Jan 28, 2017.)
9:00AM - 11:00AM "The Rules & Regulations of the Jail" presented by the Jail staff
at the jail**, at Washtenaw County Sheriff Office, 4135 Washtenaw, or
2201 Hogback Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48107.
** Go to the jail and you will be directed to "the LLRC Building – Superior Rm."
All ministers must attend the Jail Orientations!
(Orientations are required for all volunteers and ministers including our deacons & priests).
To gain clearance for the first time, and to renew clearance each year for entering the Jail, we are expected to attend a Jail Volunteer Orientation one time each calendar year on "The Rules & Regulations of the Jail” presented by the Jail staff at the Jail. Orientations are scheduled only four times a year (around Feb, April, July, and Oct.).
When you attend the orientation session you will provide your personal information and complete a Washtenaw County Professional Visitor and Volunteer Information Form for the Official Clearance and the Criminal History Check.
New Catholic Volunteers are also expected to ask their parish office to send a "Letter of Good Standing" stating that you are an active Catholic member of the parish (similar to that required of Godparents before a Baptism). The Letter may be emailed to [email protected] , or, mailed to: Scott Wright, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 2150 Frieze Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104.
Questions? Contact Scott Wright [email protected] or (734-821-2121), at St. Francis Parish Office, Ann Arbor, MI. Or, Gary Roche (734-646-0481), Administrator of Catholic Religious Services at Washtenaw County Jail.
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