Disqualifying Offenses Sample Clauses

Disqualifying Offenses. If at any time it is determined that a person has been found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony offense as a result of a trial or has entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, regardless of whether adjudication was withheld, within the last six (6) years from the date of the court’s determination for the crimes listed below, or their equivalent in any jurisdiction, the Contractor is required to immediately remove that person from any position with access to State of Florida data or directly performing services under the Contract. The disqualifying offenses are as follows:
Disqualifying Offenses. If at any time it is determined that a Person has a criminal misdemeanor or felony record regardless of adjudication (e.g., adjudication withheld, a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, or a guilty verdict) within the last six (6) years from the date of the court’s determination for the crimes listed below, or their equivalent in any jurisdiction, the Contractor is required to immediately remove that Person from any position with access to State of Florida Data or directly performing services under the Contract. The disqualifying offenses are crimes where the nature of the criminal activity is such that a reasonable person would agree that the Person’s employment would create a risk of injury, loss, or damage to people and/or property of any State of Florida premises. Examples of these types of crimes include but may not be limited to the following: • Computer related or information technology crimes • Fraudulent practices, false pretenses and frauds, and credit card crimes • Forgery and counterfeitingViolations involving checks and draftsMisuse of medical or personnel records • Felony theftMurder/Manslaughter • Petit Theft • Burglary/RobberyAggravated assaultSexual BatteryKidnapping/False Imprisonment If the Contractor finds a Disqualifying Offense for a Person within the last six (6) years from the date of the court’s disposition, it may obtain information regarding the incident and determine whether that Person should continue providing services under the Contract or have access to State of Florida Data. The Contractor will consider the following factors only in making the determination: i.) nature and gravity of the offense, ii.) the amount of time that lapsed since the offense, iii.) the rehabilitation efforts of the person, and iv.) relevancy of the offense to the job duties of the Person. If the Contractor determines that the Person should be allowed access to State of Florida Data, then Contractor shall maintain all criminal background screening information and the rationale for such access in the Person’s employment file.
Disqualifying Offenses. If at any time it is determined that a Person has a disqualifying offense under section 435.04, F.S. (“Disqualifying Offense”), not exempt under section 435.07, F.S., the Contractor is required to immediately remove that Person from any position with Access to State Data or any position performing Services under the Contract.
Disqualifying Offenses. If at any time it is determined that a Person has a felony record including adjudication of guilt (a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, or a guilty verdict) or adjudication of guilt withheld within the last 10 years from the date of the court’s determination for the disqualifying offenses listed below, or their equivalent in any jurisdiction, the Service Provider is required to immediately remove that Person from any position that meets the conditions described in subsection 6.2.1 (a)-(b) (“Background Screening Warranty“). The disqualifying offenses are:
Disqualifying Offenses. Pursuant to 59 O.S, § 4000.1, the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners shall maintain a list of offenses under Oklahoma law that could disqualify a person from obtaining a license under the Oklahoma Psychologists Licensing Act (59 O.S. § 1351- 1376).
Disqualifying Offenses. If at any time it is determined that a person has been arrested for and are awaiting final disposition of, have been found guilty of, regardless of adjudication, or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, regardless of whether adjudication was withheld, within the last six(6) years from the date of the court’s determination for the crimes listed below, or their equivalent in any jurisdiction, the Contractor is required to immediately remove that personfrom any position with access to State of Florida data or directly performing services under the Purchase Order. The disqualifying offenses includes all offences listed under Section 435.04(2), F.S. and the following: (a) Computer related crimes (b) Information technology crimes; (c) Fraudulent practices; (d) False pretenses; (e) Frauds; (f) Credit card crimes; (g) Forgery;
Disqualifying Offenses a) Except as provided in par. (b), a person shall be disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle for a one−year period upon a first conviction of any of the following offenses, committed on or after July 1, 1987, while driving or operating a commercial motor vehicle: 1. Section 346.63 (1) (a) or a local ordinance in conformity therewith or a law of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state in conformity with s. 346.63 (1) (a) or the law of another jurisdiction prohibiting driving or operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol, a con- trolled substance, a controlled substance analog or a combination thereof, or under the influence of any drug which renders the per- son incapable of safely driving, as those or substantially similar terms are used in that jurisdiction’s laws. 2. Section 346.63 (1) (b) or (5) (a) or a local ordinance in con- formity therewith or a law of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state in conformity with s. 346.63 (1) (b) or (5) (a) or the law of another jurisdiction prohibiting driving or operating a commercial motor vehicle while the person’s alco- hol concentration is 0.04 or more or with an excess or specified range of alcohol concentration, as those or substantially similar terms are used in that jurisdiction’s laws.
Disqualifying Offenses. If the report from OSBI indicates that a criminal history exists for the applicant, the HR Programs Manager for Personnel and Benefits of the DRS Human Resources Unit shall determine if the report indicates a disqualifying criminal offense. The criminal offenses which disqualify an applicant from DRS employment are those that fall under the following categories: murder; manslaughter; rape; aggravated assault and battery; and any crime involving physical abuse of a family member.
Disqualifying Offenses. No one will be hired as an employee, admitted as a candidate for Mount Angel Abbey, admitted as a seminarian at Mount Angel Seminary, or accepted as a volunteer, if they have been convicted of any disqualifying offense, been on probation or received deferred adjudication for any disqualifying offense, or have pending criminal charges or civil allegations for any disqualifying offense, until a determination of guilt or innocence is made.Disqualifying offenses include, but are not limited to: