22 AAC 30.070 - Renewal process; qualifications

(a) To renew provider approval under this chapter, an approved provider must apply for renewal of approval no later than 60 days before the end of the provider's current approval period by submitting an application for renewal to the Sex Offender Treatment Committee on a form provided by the department.
(b) For a provider's approval to be renewed, the provider must
(1) have a current professional license, in good standing, as described in 22 AAC 30.030(b);
(2) be of good moral character;
(3) have obtained, within the preceding three years, 20 hours of continuing education in the treatment of sex offenders that
(A) was sponsored or conducted by the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers;
(B) fulfills a continuing education requirement imposed by the board that licenses the provider as a psychiatrist, psychologist, psychological associate, social worker, marital and family therapist, or professional counselor; or
(C) has been approved by the department as being substantially equivalent to the continuing education described in (A) or (B) of this paragraph;
(4) agree to abide by the standards set out in 22 AAC 30.200 in providing sex offender treatment to a sex offender who is under the department's jurisdiction; and
(5) provide a reference, on a form provided by the department, from the supervising full-service-level approved provider if the applying provider's current approval is conditioned under 22 AAC 30.040 on that supervision.
(c) A renewal application must include
(1) the provider's name, business mailing address, and telephone number;
(2) verification from the relevant Alaska licensing board that the provider has a current professional license, as described in (b)(1) of this section, in good standing;
(3) documentation verifying that the provider has obtained the continuing education required by (b)(3) of this section;
(4) the reference described in (b)(5) of this section, signed by the supervising full-service-level provider, if the reference is required under (b)(5) of this section;
(5) all information not previously provided to the department regarding the provider's criminal history; and
(6) information not previously provided to the department regarding any investigations of the provider within the past three years for possible professional license violations.
(d) A renewed provider approval lapses three years from the date of renewal.


22 AAC 30.070
Eff. 11/2/2002, Register 164

Authority:AS 33.30.011

AS 33.30.021

AS 44.28.030

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