Subchapter O - EMPLOYEE MISCONDUCT REGISTRY
- § 705.1501 - What is the purpose of this subchapter?
- § 705.1503 - To which investigations does this subchapter apply?
- § 705.1505 - How are the terms in this subchapter defined?
- § 705.1507 - How is reportable conduct defined for the purpose of this subchapter?
- § 705.1509 - What notice does DFPS provide to an employee before the employee's name is submitted to the Employee Misconduct Registry?
- § 705.1511 - How is the Notice of Finding provided to an employee, and who is responsible for ensuring that DFPS has a valid mailing address for an employee?
- § 705.1513 - How does an employee dispute a finding of reportable conduct and what happens if the Request for EMR Hearing is not filed or not filed properly?
- § 705.1515 - What is the deadline for filing the Request for EMR Hearing?
- § 705.1517 - Is the finding of reportable conduct ever reversed without conducting a hearing?
- § 705.1519 - When and where will the EMR hearing take place and who conducts the hearing?
- § 705.1521 - May an employee or DFPS request that the EMR hearing be rescheduled?
- § 705.1523 - May an employee withdraw a Request for EMR Hearing after it is filed?
- § 705.1525 - What happens if a party fails to appear at a pre-hearing conference or a hearing on the merits?
- § 705.1527 - How is the EMR conducted?
- § 705.1529 - How and when is the decision made after the EMR hearing?
- § 705.1531 - How is judicial review requested and what is the deadline?
- § 705.1533 - What action does DFPS take when an employee's administrative case is fully resolved or has reached final disposition?
- § 705.9001 - [Repealed] What is the purpose of the pilot program?
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