110 CMR 18.09 - Findings from CORI Investigations

(1) If the CORI investigation reveals a finding of "no record", such finding shall be documented in the candidate's file.
(2) If the CORI investigation reveals a "lifetime presumptive disqualification" on the candidate's record, as specified in 110 CMR 18.10(1), the candidate shall be informed by the hiring authority that he or she is ineligible for any position in a Department or a vendor agency program where there is potential unsupervised contact with persons applying for or receiving services, unless there is compliance with the provisions of 110 CMR 18.10 and 18.11. If the CORI investigation reveals a "lifetime presumptive disqualification" on the foster/pre-adoptive parent's record, as specified in 110 CMR 18.10(1), the foster/pre-adoptive parents shall be informed by the Department or vendor agency program that he or she is ineligible to be a foster/pre-adoptive parent unless there is compliance with the provisions of 110 CMR 18.10 and 18.11.
(3) If the CORI investigation reveals a "discretionary disqualification" on the candidate's record, as specified in 110 CMR 18.10(2), the candidate shall be informed by the hiring authority that he or she is ineligible for any position in a Department or vendor agency program where there is potential unsupervised contact with persons applying for or receiving services, unless there is compliance with the provisions of 110 CMR 18.10 and 18.11. If the CORI investigation reveals a "discretionary disqualification" on the foster/pre-adoptive parent's record, as specified in 110 CMR 18.10(3), the foster/pre-adoptive parents shall be informed by the Department or vendor agency program that he or she is ineligible to be a foster/pre-adoptive parent unless there is compliance with the provisions of 110 CMR 18.10 and 18.11.
(4) If the CORI investigation reveals that the candidate has an outstanding warrant for any offense, the candidate shall be informed by the hiring authority that he or she is ineligible for any position in the Department or a Department funded or operated program where there is potential unsupervised contact with persons applying for or receiving services, unless the warrant is removed.

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110 CMR 18.09

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