(1)If the Department determines that it is necessary to restrict access or the methods of communication because of prohibited conduct, the individual will be provided written notification, signed by the assistant director or deputy assistant director of the affected division, and sent by certified mail or other traceable means. The notice will describe the following:
(a)Conduct giving rise to the restrictions;
(b)The specific premises or parts of premises from which the individual is excluded; or the forms of communication which are restricted;
(c)The alternate method by which services may be obtained;
(d)Contact information for services or appointment scheduling;
(e)The availability of the review process, including notification that individuals with disabilities are entitled to request modification;
(f)The potential criminal consequences for violating the notice of restriction of access; and
(g)The law enforcement agency being notified.
(2)The notice will be effective upon issuance.
(3)Restrictions on access to Department premises or methods of communication will remain in place until the Department determines the individual no longer poses a threat and issues an official notification of removal.
Rule 407-012-0020 — Notification,