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Senate Bill 0132

ARCHIVE (2006)

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DIGEST OF SB132 (Updated March 8, 2006 2:20 pm - DI 84)

Correction of 2005 child services legislation. Makes technical corrections as directed by Senate Enrolled Act 529-2005. Relocates appropriation provisions in current law to a new location in the Indiana Code. Repeals obsolete provisions and provisions being moved to a new location. Provides that certain license applications may be denied or revoked if an employee or volunteer of the applicant or licensee have certain criminal convictions. Provides that a person may not operate a child caring institution and a child placing agency may not operate a foster family home if the number of children exceeds the number authorized by the license or if the children are maintained in a place not designated by the license. Creates the division of family resources child care fund and the department of child services child care fund. Provides that on June 30, 2006, the balance of the child care fund shall be transferred to the division of family resources child care fund. Specifies to whom a criminal history background check requirement applies. Requires applicants of certain licenses to conduct criminal history checks of certain employees and volunteers. Provides that the department of child services (department) shall inform certain applicants of licenses if the department has information that a person has been identified as a perpetrator of abuse or neglect. (The introduced version of this bill was prepared by the select committee on reorganization of child services.)
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