Oregon
Rule Rule 125-007-0260
Final Fitness Determination


(1)

Unless otherwise provided by law, the authorized agency or district shall consider factors pursuant to ORS 181A.195(10)(c) in relation to information provided by the SI, including any criminal offender information, as defined in OAR 125-007-0210, obtained through a criminal records check and other information known by the agency or district.

(2)

Upon completion of the fitness determination, one of the following outcomes shall be made and written notification shall be provided to the SI indicating the outcome when appeal rights are afforded or when a fitness determination is not completed;

(a)

Approval.

(A)

The SI is approved to work, obtain or retain credentials, have direct access, or otherwise provide services to individuals defined in OAR 125-007-0210.

(B)

An approved outcome does not guarantee employment, obtaining or retaining credentials, or the ability to have direct access, or otherwise provide services, to individuals defined in OAR 125-007-0210.

(b)

Restricted or Conditional Approval.

(A)

The authorized agency or district may restrict the approval to specific activities, clients or locations.

(B)

The authorized agency or district may complete a new criminal records check and fitness determination on the SI prior to removing a restriction.

(c)

Denial.

(A)

The authorized agency or district denies an SI if the agency determines, through a fitness determination, that the SI is not fit to work, obtain or retain credentials, have direct access, or otherwise provide services to individuals defined in OAR 125-007-0210.

(B)

If an SI is denied, then the SI shall not work, receive or retain credentials, have direct access, or otherwise provide services to individuals described in OAR 125-007-0210.

(d)

Incomplete Fitness Determination.

(A)

The SI discontinues the criminal records process for any reason or refuses to be fingerprinted or respond to written correspondence from the agency or district.

(B)

The SI is determined to be ineligible for reasons other than a criminal records check.

(C)

The SI is determined to be ineligible pursuant to an authorized agencys enabling statute, or otherwise provided by law.

(D)

The SI shall not be allowed to work, receive credentials, have direct access, or otherwise provide services to individuals described in OAR 125-007-0210.

(E)

Appeal rights, if any, are dependent on the authorized agencys or districts obligations to provide such rights when a final fitness determination was not completed.
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