Iowa Admin. Code r. 661-82.112 - Criminal history record checks for qualified entities or authorized agencies
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 6, September 22, 2021
Note : The Web site of the division of criminal investigation is www.dps.state.ia.us/dci.
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661—82.112(692) Criminal history record checks for qualified entities or authorized agencies.
82.112(1) The department of public safety may process requests for national criminal history record checks for a qualified entity or authorized agency.
82.112(2) All qualified entities or authorized agencies requesting criminal history record checks shall be required to pay any applicable state and federal fees associated with noncriminal justice record checks. The qualified entity or authorized agency is responsible for such fees whether the qualified entity requests or receives the information directly or through an agency authorized to make fitness determinations as provided in subrule 82.112(3).
82.112(3) Any public entity which has been duly authorized by statute or administrative rule to conduct fitness determinations of volunteers or employees of a qualified entity may receive state criminal history record checks in order to do so. Any public entity which has been duly authorized by statute to conduct fitness examinations of volunteers or employees, including national criminal history checks, may receive national criminal history record checks in order to conduct such examinations.
82.112(4) A school district considering an applicant for a teaching position is a qualified entity pursuant to Iowa Code section 279.13. A school district may submit a request for a national criminal history record check of an applicant for employment as a teacher. The request shall be submitted on a form designated by the division of criminal investigation and shall be accompanied by completed fingerprint cards for the applicant and the applicable fee. Prior to submitting the request, the district may contact the division of criminal investigation by telephone at (515)725-6066 or by electronic mail at email@example.com to obtain instructions on the submission or may consult the Web site of the division for such information.
NOTE: The Web site of the division of criminal investigation is www.dps.state.ia.us/dci.
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