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41-619.53. Board of fingerprinting; powers and duties; personnel; liability

A. The board of fingerprinting shall:

1. Determine good cause exceptions pursuant to section 41-619.55. The board may appoint a hearing officer to recommend that an applicant be granted or denied a good cause exception after the hearing officer conducts an expedited review or a good cause exception hearing.

2. Adopt rules to implement this article, including rules to establish good cause exceptions for the issuance of fingerprint clearance cards pursuant to sections 41-1758.03 and 41-1758.07. This rule making is exempt from the requirements of chapter 6 of this title.

3. Administer and enforce this article and rules adopted pursuant to this article.

4. Furnish a copy of its rules, on request, to all applicants who petition the board for a good cause exception pursuant to sections 41-1758.03 and 41-1758.07 and, on request, to licensees, contract providers and state agencies.

5. Establish fees.

B. In order to grant a good cause exception, a majority plus an additional member, of the members present, must vote to approve the application. If the board grants a good cause exception, the board shall request in writing that the department of public safety issue a card to the applicant.

C. The board may employ clerical, professional and technical personnel subject to fee monies that are collected and to the budget that is approved by the board members and shall prescribe personnel duties and determine personnel compensation. Personnel employed by the board must have a valid fingerprint clearance card issued pursuant to section 41-1758.07. If the applicant is denied a fingerprint clearance card, in order to be employed by the board, the board must grant a good cause exception pursuant to this article by a unanimous vote.

D. In making any recommendation to the board to grant or deny a good cause exception, the hearing officer shall consider all of the reasons and criteria prescribed in section 41-619.55, subsection E.

E. Members and employees of the board are not liable for acts done or actions taken by any board member or employee if the members or employees act in good faith following the requirements of this article.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-619.53

41-619.53. Board of fingerprinting; powers and duties; personnel; liability

A. The board of fingerprinting shall:

1. Determine good cause exceptions pursuant to section 41-619.55. The board may appoint a hearing officer to recommend that an applicant be granted or denied a good cause exception after the hearing officer conducts an expedited review or a good cause exception hearing.

2. Adopt rules to implement this article, including rules to establish good cause exceptions for the issuance of fingerprint clearance cards pursuant to sections 41-1758.03 and 41-1758.07. This rule making is exempt from the requirements of chapter 6 of this title.

3. Administer and enforce this article and rules adopted pursuant to this article.

4. Furnish a copy of its rules, on request, to all applicants who petition the board for a good cause exception pursuant to sections 41-1758.03 and 41-1758.07 and, on request, to licensees, contract providers and state agencies.

5. Establish fees.

B. In order to grant a good cause exception, a majority plus an additional member, of the members present, must vote to approve the application. If the board grants a good cause exception, the board shall request in writing that the department of public safety issue a card to the applicant.

C. The board may employ clerical, professional and technical personnel subject to fee monies that are collected and to the budget that is approved by the board members and shall prescribe personnel duties and determine personnel compensation. Personnel employed by the board must have a valid fingerprint clearance card issued pursuant to section 41-1758.07. If the applicant is denied a fingerprint clearance card, in order to be employed by the board, the board must grant a good cause exception pursuant to this article by a unanimous vote.

D. In making any recommendation to the board to grant or deny a good cause exception, the hearing officer shall consider all of the reasons and criteria prescribed in section 41-619.55, subsection E.

E. Members and employees of the board are not liable for acts done or actions taken by any board member or employee if the members or employees act in good faith following the requirements of this article.


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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-619.53

41-619.53. Board of fingerprinting; powers and duties; personnel; liability

A. The board of fingerprinting shall:

1. Determine good cause exceptions pursuant to section 41-619.55. The board may appoint a hearing officer to recommend that an applicant be granted or denied a good cause exception after the hearing officer conducts an expedited review or a good cause exception hearing.

2. Adopt rules to implement this article, including rules to establish good cause exceptions for the issuance of fingerprint clearance cards pursuant to sections 41-1758.03 and 41-1758.07. This rule making is exempt from the requirements of chapter 6 of this title.

3. Administer and enforce this article and rules adopted pursuant to this article.

4. Furnish a copy of its rules, on request, to all applicants who petition the board for a good cause exception pursuant to sections 41-1758.03 and 41-1758.07 and, on request, to licensees, contract providers and state agencies.

5. Establish fees.

B. In order to grant a good cause exception, a majority plus an additional member, of the members present, must vote to approve the application. If the board grants a good cause exception, the board shall request in writing that the department of public safety issue a card to the applicant.

C. The board may employ clerical, professional and technical personnel subject to fee monies that are collected and to the budget that is approved by the board members and shall prescribe personnel duties and determine personnel compensation. Personnel employed by the board must have a valid fingerprint clearance card issued pursuant to section 41-1758.07. If the applicant is denied a fingerprint clearance card, in order to be employed by the board, the board must grant a good cause exception pursuant to this article by a unanimous vote.

D. In making any recommendation to the board to grant or deny a good cause exception, the hearing officer shall consider all of the reasons and criteria prescribed in section 41-619.55, subsection E.

E. Members and employees of the board are not liable for acts done or actions taken by any board member or employee if the members or employees act in good faith following the requirements of this article.

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