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PDFWAC 110-04-0100

Will a criminal conviction permanently prohibit me from being licensed, contracted, certified, authorized to be employed at a group care facility, or authorized to have unsupervised access to children?

(1) There are convictions for certain crimes that will permanently prohibit you from being licensed, contracted, certified, authorized to be employed at a group care facility, or authorized to have unsupervised access to children. Those felony convictions are as follows:
(a) Child abuse and/or neglect;
(b) Spousal abuse;
(c) A crime against a child (including child pornography);
(d) A crime involving violence (including rape, sexual assault, or homicide but not including other physical assault or battery); or
(e) Any federal or out-of-state conviction for an offense that under the laws of this state would disqualify you from having unsupervised access to children in any home or facility.
(2) If you are convicted of one of the crimes listed in WAC 110-04-0100 (1)(a) through (e), you will not be able to:
(a) Receive a license to provide care to children;
(b) Be approved for adoption of a child;
(c) Be a contractor;
(d) Be employed by a licensed agency or contractor, if you will have unsupervised access to children;
(e) Be authorized to be employed at a group care facility even if you do not work directly with children;
(f) Volunteer or participate as an intern in a home or facility that offers care to children; or
(g) Provide any type of care to children, if the care is funded by the state.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.43.832, 74.13.031, 74.15.030 and P.L. 115-12. WSR 20-05-024, § 110-04-0100, filed 2/7/20, effective 3/9/20. WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-04-0100, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.43.832. WSR 15-03-071, § 388-06A-0170, filed 1/15/15, effective 2/15/15.]
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