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PDFWAC 110-305-8175

Violations—Enforcement action.

The department may deny, suspend, revoke, or not continue a license when:
(1) The licensee or program staff are unable to provide the required care for the children in a way that promotes their health, safety and well-being;
(2) The licensee or program staff person is disqualified under chapter 170-06 WAC (DEL background check rules);
(3) The licensee or program staff person has been found to have committed child abuse or child neglect;
(4) The licensee has been found to allow program staff or volunteers to commit child abuse or child neglect;
(5) The licensee or program staff person has a current charge or conviction for a disqualifying crime under WAC 170-06-0120;
(6) There is an allegation of child abuse or neglect against the licensee, staff, or volunteer;
(7) The licensee or program staff person fails to report to DSHS children's administration intake or law enforcement any instances of alleged child abuse or child neglect;
(8) The licensee tries to obtain or keep a license by deceitful means, such as making false statements or leaving out important information on the application;
(9) The licensee or a program staff person commits, permits or assists in an illegal act at the child care premises;
(10) The licensee or a program staff person uses illegal drugs or alcohol in excess, or abuses prescription drugs;
(11) The licensee knowingly allowed a program staff person or volunteer to make false statements on employment or background check application related to their suitability or competence to provide care;
(12) The licensee does not provide the required number of qualified program staff to care for the children in attendance;
(13) The licensee or program staff fails to provide the required level of supervision for the children in care;
(14) When there are more children than the maximum number stated on the license at any one time;
(15) The licensee or program staff refuses to allow department authorized staff access during child care operating hours to:
(a) Requested information;
(b) The licensed space;
(c) Child, staff, or program files; or
(d) Staff or children in care;
(16) The licensee is unable to manage the property, fiscal responsibilities or staff in the facility; or
(17) The licensee or program staff cares for children outside the ages stated on the license.
[WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-305-8175, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.215 RCW. WSR 12-23-057, § 170-297-8175, filed 11/19/12, effective 12/20/12.]
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