Agency filings affecting this section
Are there other criminal convictions that will prohibit me from working with children or individuals with a developmental disability?
The department must disqualify you from licensing, contracting, certification, or from having unsupervised access to children or to individuals with a developmental disability if it has been less than five years from a conviction for the following crimes:
(1) Any physical assault not included in WAC 388-06-0170
(2) Any sex offense not included in WAC 388-06-0170
(3) Any felony conviction not included in WAC 388-06-0170
(4) Felony violation of the following drug-related crimes:
(a) The Imitation Controlled Substances Act (for substances that are falsely represented as controlled substances (see chapter 69.52
(b) The Legend Drug Act (prescription drugs, see chapter 69.41
(c) The Precursor Drug Act (substances used in making controlled substances, see chapter 69.43
(d) The Uniform Controlled Substances Act (illegal drugs or substances, see chapter 69.50
(e) Unlawfully manufacturing, delivering or possessing a controlled substance with intent to deliver, or unlawfully using a building for drug purposes.
(5) Any federal or out-of-state conviction for an offense that under the laws of Washington state would disqualify you for no less than five years from having unsupervised access to children or individuals with a developmental disability.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.43.832, 74.39A.055, 74.39A.050, 74.39A.095, 74.39A.260, 43.20A.710, and 43.43.837. 10-16-083, § 388-06-0180, filed 7/30/10, effective 8/30/10. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.15.030. 01-18-025, § 388-06-0180, filed 8/27/01, effective 10/1/01.]