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PDFWAC 110-30-0200

What information must be in the CPS finding notice?

The CPS finding notice must inform the alleged perpetrator of the department's investigative finding, including the legal basis for the findings and sufficient factual information to apprise the alleged perpetrator of the date and nature of the founded reports. The notice must also contain the following:
(1) The alleged perpetrator may submit to CPS a written response regarding the CPS finding. If a response is submitted, CPS must file this response in the department's records.
(2) Information in the department's records may be considered in later investigations or proceedings relating to child protection or child custody.
(3) Founded CPS findings may be considered in determining:
(a) If an alleged perpetrator is qualified to be licensed to care for children or vulnerable adults;
(b) If an alleged perpetrator is qualified to be employed by a child care agency or facility;
(c) If an alleged perpetrator may be authorized or funded by the department to provide care or services to children or vulnerable adults.
(4) The alleged perpetrator's right to challenge a founded CPS finding.
[WSR 18-14-078, recodified as § 110-30-0200, filed 6/29/18, effective 7/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.13.031, 74.04.050, and chapter 26.44 RCW. WSR 02-15-098 and 02-17-045, § 388-15-073, filed 7/16/02 and 8/14/02, effective 2/10/03.]
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