42 CFR Part 136, Subpart K - Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention
- § 136.401 — Purpose.
- § 136.402 — Policy.
- § 136.403 — Definitions.
- § 136.404 — What does the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act require of the IHS and Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations receiving funds under the ISDEA?
- § 136.405 — What are the minimum standards of character for individuals placed in, or applying for, a position that involves regular contact with or control over Indian children?
- § 136.406 — Under what circumstances will the minimum standards of character be considered to be met?
- § 136.407 — Under what circumstances should a conviction, or plea of nolo contendere or guilty to, be considered if there has been a pardon, expungement, set aside, or other court order of the conviction or plea?
- § 136.408 — What are other factors, in addition to the minimum standards of character, that may be considered in determining placement of an individual in a position that involves regular contact with or control over Indian children?
- § 136.409 — What positions require a background investigation and determination of eligibility for employment or retention?
- § 136.410 — Who conducts the background investigation and prepares determinations of eligibility for employment?
- § 136.411 — Are the requirements for IHS adjudication different from the requirements for Indian Tribes and Tribal organizations?
- § 136.412 — What questions must the IHS ask as part of the background investigation?
- § 136.413 — What protections must the IHS and Tribes or Tribal organizations provide to individuals undergoing a background investigation?
- § 136.414 — How does the IHS determine eligibility for placement or retention of individuals in positions involving regular contact with Indian children?
- § 136.415 — What rights does an individual have during this process?
- § 136.416 — When should the IHS deny employment or dismiss an employee?
- § 136.417 — May the IHS hire individuals pending completion of a background investigation?
- § 136.418 — What should the IHS do if an individual has been charged with an offense but the charge is pending or no disposition has been made by a court?
Title 42 published on 2014-10-01.
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Title 42 published on 2014-10-01
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