Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.28.01.312 - RESERVED
Current through August 30, 2021
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312. WRITTEN STATEMENT OF SUITABILITY FOR LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION.
An applicant who or whose license has a conviction, finding of guilt, withheld judgment, or suspended sentence for a felony or crime involving moral turpitude, or has been subject to discipline in another state, territory or country must submit with his/her application a written statement and any supplemental information establishing his/her current suitability for licensure or certification. (4-1-19)
01. Consideration of Factors and Evidence. The Board shall consider the following factors or evidence: (4-1-19)
a. The severity or nature of the crime or discipline; (4-1-19)
b. The period of time that has passed since the crime or discipline under review; (4-1-19)
c. The number or pattern of crimes or discipline or other similar incidents; (4-1-19)
d. The circumstances surrounding the crime or discipline that would help determine the risk of repetition; (4-1-19)
e. The relationship of the crime or discipline to the practice of barbering or cosmetology; (4-1-19)
f. The applicant's activities since the crime or discipline under review, such as employment, education, participation in treatment, payment of restitution, or any other factors which may be evidence of current rehabilitation; and (4-1-19)
g. Any other information regarding rehabilitation or mitigating circumstances. (4-1-19)
02. Interview. The board may, at its discretion, grant an interview of the applicant. (4-1-19)
03. Applicant Bears the Burden. The applicant shall bear the burden of establishing his/her current suitability for licensure or certification. (4-1-19)