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HB18-1411

Employees Working With Vulnerable Persons

Concerning eliminating redundancy related to fingerprint-based criminal history record checks for persons who have or will have direct contact with vulnerable persons.
Session:
2018 Regular Session
Subjects:
Children & Domestic Matters
Human Services
Bill Summary

Current law requires employees of the department of human services and independent contractors with the department of human services (employees) who have or will have direct contact with vulnerable persons to undergo a fingerprint-based criminal history record check (background check) in order to work in a facility operated by or licensed by the department of human services. Current law also requires employees or operators of licensed child care facilities or child placement agencies to undergo a background check. Employees or operators of licensed child care facilities that are under contract with the department of human services must obtain 2 separate background checks, one pursuant to title 26, Colorado Revised Statutes, and one pursuant to title 27, Colorado Revised Statutes.

The bill adds language to statute that allows for a single background check for such employees who have or will have direct contact with vulnerable persons, reducing redundancy for such employees.


(Note: This summary applies to the reengrossed version of this bill as introduced in the second house.)

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