CNA School of Longview, WA - Offenses - Longview, WA
CNA School of Longview (WA) - Health Education Center
This is a list of offenses that will prohibit someone from becoming certified as a nursing assistant. If your offense is not listed here, then you can apply and receive the training.
 
Please look over carefully before you apply.
 
Crimes:
 
A person who has a crime listed below is denied unsupervised access to vulnerable adults, juveniles, and children. 
 
 
If  “(5 or more years)”  or  “(3 or more years)”  appears after a crime, the person cannot be in a position to be left alone with a vulnerable adult unless 5 or more years or unless 3 or more years have passed since the date of the conviction. 
 
 
After 5 or 3 years has passed, an overall assessment of the person’s character, competence, and suitability to have unsupervised access will determine denial. 
 
 
Abandonment of a child
Abandonment of a dependent person
Abuse or neglect of a child
Arson 1
Assault 1
Assault 2
Assault 3
Assault 4/simple assault (3 or more years)
Assault of a child
Burglary 1
Child buying or selling
Child molestation
Commercial Sexual Abuse of a Minor/Patronizing a juvenile prostitute
Communication with a minor for immoral purposes
Criminal mistreatment
Custodial assault
Custodial interference
Custodial sexual misconduct
Dealing in depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct
Extortion
Forgery (5 or more years)
Incest
Indecent exposure/Public indecency (Felony)
Indecent liberties
Kidnapping
Malicious harassment
Manslaughter
Murder/Aggravated murder
Promoting pornography
Promoting prostitution 1
Prostitution (3 or more years)
Rape
Rape of child
Registered sex offender
Robbery
Selling or distributing erotic material to a minor
Sending or bringing into the state depictions of a minor
Sexual exploitation of minors
Sexual misconduct with a minor
Theft 1
Theft 2 (5 or more years)
Theft 3 (3 or more years)
Unlawful imprisonment
Vehicular homicide (negligent homicide)
 
 
Violation of child abuse restraining order
Violation of the Imitation Controlled Substance Act (manufacture/deliver/intent)
Violation of Uniform Controlled Substance Act (manufacture/deliver/intent)
Violation of the Uniform Legend Drug Act (manufacture/deliver/intent)
Violation of the Uniform Precursor Drug Act (manufacture/deliver/intent)
Voyeurism
 
 
Negative Actions are considered under individual program law and rule and may lead to denial of unsupervised access to vulnerable adults.
A negative action is an administrative or civil action taken against an individual and may include:
 
·        A finding that an individual abused, neglected, exploited, or abandoned a vulnerable adult, juvenile or child, issued by an agency, an Administrative Law Judge, or a court of law. A finding by an agency is not a negative action if the individual was not given the opportunity to request an administrative hearing to contest the finding
 
·        Termination, revocation, suspension, or denial of a license, certification,
and/or State or Federal contract
 
·        Relinquishment of a license, certification, or contract in lieu of an agency negative action
 
·        Revocation, suspension, denial or restriction placed on a professional license
·        Department of Health disciplining authority finding
 
·        A protection order issued under chapter 74.34 RCW. (A conviction for violation of a protection order issued under chapter 74.34 RCW is evidence that a protection order was issued).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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