25 CFR 63.15 - What questions should an employer ask?

§ 63.15 What questions should an employer ask?
Employment applications must:
(a) Ask whether the applicant, volunteer, or employee has been arrested or convicted of a crime involving a child, violence, sexual assault, sexual molestation, sexual exploitation, sexual contact or prostitution, or crimes against persons;
(b) Ask the disposition of the arrest or charge;
(c) Require that an applicant, volunteer or employee sign, under penalty of perjury, a statement verifying the truth of all information provided in the employment application; and
(d) Inform the applicant, volunteer or employee that a criminal history record check is a condition of employment and require the applicant, volunteer or employee to consent, in writing, to a record check.

Title 25 published on 2014-04-01

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