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Child care providers; out-of-state background checks.

Requires certain child care providers and employees or volunteers thereof to submit to background checks that include a criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check in any state in which the applicant has resided in the preceding five years.

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01/07/2020 Senate: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20102503D Open

            

2020 SESSION

    20102503D
    SENATE BILL NO. 668
    Offered January 8, 2020
    Prefiled January 7, 2020
    A BILL to amend and reenact �� 63.2-1720.1, as it is currently effective and as it shall become effective, and 63.2-1721.1, as it is currently effective and as it shall become effective, of the Code of Virginia, relating to child care providers; out-of-state background checks.
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    Patrons-- Boysko, Bell, Howell, McClellan, Morrissey and Peake
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    Referred to Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
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    Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

    1. That �� 63.2-1720.1, as it is currently effective and as it shall become effective, and 63.2-1721.1, as it is currently effective and as it shall become effective, of the Code of Virginia are amended and reenacted as follows:

    63.2-1720.1. (For effective date, see Acts 2018, cc. 146 and 278) Licensed child day centers and licensed family day homes; employment for compensation or use as volunteers of persons convicted of or found to have committed certain offenses prohibited; national background check required; penalty.

    A. No child day center or family day home licensed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter shall hire for compensated employment, continue to employ, or permit to serve as a volunteer in a position that is involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center or family day home or in which the employee or volunteer will be alone with, in control of, or supervising children any person who (i) has been convicted of any barrier crime as defined in � 19.2-392.02 or (ii) is the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth. All applicants for employment or to serve as volunteers shall undergo a background check in accordance with subsection B.

    B. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Any applicant required to undergo a background check in accordance with subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of pending charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the child day center or family day home to obtain a copy of information from the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 on any investigation of child abuse or neglect undertaken on him; and

    4. Authorize the child day center or family day home to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check from any state in which the applicant has resided in the preceding five years.

    The applicants fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding such applicant. Upon receipt of an applicants record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department, and the Department shall report to the child day center or family day home whether the applicant is eligible to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data before reporting to the child day center or family day home.

    B. (Effective July 1, 2020) Any applicant required to undergo a background check in accordance with subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of pending charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the child day center or family day home to obtain a copy of information from the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 on any investigation of child abuse or neglect undertaken on him; and

    4. Authorize the child day center or family day home to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check from any state in which the applicant has resided in the preceding five years.

    The applicants fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded by the Department or its designee or, in the case of a child day program operated by a local government, may be forwarded by the local law-enforcement agency through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding such applicant. Upon receipt of an applicants record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department, and the Department shall report to the child day center or family day home whether the applicant is eligible to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data before reporting to the child day center or family day home.

    C. The child day center or family day home shall inform every applicant for compensated employment or to serve as a volunteer required to undergo a background check pursuant to this section that he is entitled to obtain a copy of any background check report and to challenge the accuracy and completeness of any such report and obtain a prompt resolution before a final determination is made of the applicants eligibility to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children.

    D. Any person making a materially false statement regarding the sworn statement or affirmation provided pursuant to subdivision B 1 is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

    E. Further dissemination of the background check information is prohibited other than to the Commissioners representative or a federal or state authority or court as may be required to comply with an express requirement of law for such further dissemination.

    F. A person who complies in good faith with the provisions of this section shall not be liable for any civil damages for any act or omission in the performance of duties under this section unless the act or omission was the result of gross negligence or willful misconduct.

    G. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection A, a child day center may hire for compensated employment persons who have been convicted of not more than one misdemeanor offense under � 18.2-57, or any substantially similar offense under the laws of another jurisdiction, if 10 years have elapsed following the conviction, unless the person committed such offense while employed in a child day center or the object of the offense was a minor.

    H. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state of such processing and administration.

    H. (Effective July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state or the local law-enforcement agency of such processing and administration.

    I. Any person employed for compensation at a licensed child day center or family day home or permitted to serve as a volunteer at a licensed child day center or family day home in a position that is involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center or family day home or in which he will be alone with, in control of, or supervising children who is (i) convicted of any barrier crime as defined in � 19.2-392.02 or (ii) found to be the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside of the Commonwealth shall notify the child day center or family day home of such conviction or finding.

    63.2-1720.1. (For expiration date, see Acts 2018, cc. 146 and 278) Child day centers, family day homes, and family day systems; employment for compensation or use as volunteers of persons convicted of or found to have committed certain offenses prohibited; national background check required; penalty.

    A. No child day center, family day home, or family day system licensed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, child day center exempt from licensure pursuant to � 63.2-1716, registered family day home, family day home approved by a family day system, or child day center, family day home, or child day program that enters into a contract with the Department or a local department to provide child care services funded by the Child Care and Development Block Grant shall hire for compensated employment, continue to employ, or permit to serve as a volunteer who will be alone with, in control of, or supervising children any person who (i) has been convicted of any barrier crime as defined in � 19.2-392.02 or (ii) is the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth. All applicants for employment, employees, applicants to serve as volunteers, and volunteers shall undergo a background check in accordance with subsection B prior to employment or beginning to serve as a volunteer and every five years thereafter.

    B. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Any individual required to undergo a background check in accordance with subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of pending charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a search of the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 and any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state in which the individual has resided in the preceding five years for any founded complaint of child abuse or neglect against him; and

    4. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check, a sex offender registry check, and a search of the child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry from any state in which the individual has resided in the preceding five years.

    The individuals fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding such individual. Upon receipt of the individuals record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department, and the Department shall report to the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A as to whether the individual is eligible to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data before reporting to the child day center, family day home, or family day system.

    B. (Effective July 1, 2020) Any individual required to undergo a background check in accordance with subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of pending charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a search of the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 and any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state in which the individual has resided in the preceding five years for any founded complaint of child abuse or neglect against him; and

    4. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check, a sex offender registry check, and a search of the child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry from any state in which the individual has resided in the preceding five years.

    The individuals fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded by the Department or its designee or, in the case of a child day program operated by a local government, may be forwarded by the local law-enforcement agency through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding such individual. Upon receipt of the individuals record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department, and the Department shall report to the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A as to whether the individual is eligible to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data before reporting to the child day center, family day home, or family day system.

    C. The child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A shall inform every individual required to undergo a background check pursuant to this section that he is entitled to obtain a copy of any background check report and to challenge the accuracy and completeness of any such report and obtain a prompt resolution before a final determination is made of the individuals eligibility to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children.

    D. Any person making a materially false statement regarding the sworn statement or affirmation provided pursuant to subdivision B 1 is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

    E. Further dissemination of the background check information is prohibited other than to the Commissioners representative or a federal or state authority or court as may be required to comply with an express requirement of law for such further dissemination.

    F. A person who complies in good faith with the provisions of this section shall not be liable for any civil damages for any act or omission in the performance of duties under this section unless the act or omission was the result of gross negligence or willful misconduct.

    G. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection A, a child day center may hire for compensated employment persons who have been convicted of not more than one misdemeanor offense under � 18.2-57, or any substantially similar offense under the laws of another jurisdiction, if 10 years have elapsed following the conviction, unless the person committed such offense while employed in a child day center or the object of the offense was a minor.

    H. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state of such processing and administration.

    H. (Effective July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state or the local law-enforcement agency of such processing and administration.

    I. Any individual required to undergo a background check pursuant to subsection A who is (i) convicted of any barrier crime as defined in � 19.2-392.02 or (ii) found to be the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside of the Commonwealth shall notify the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A of such conviction or finding.

    63.2-1721.1. (For effective date, see Acts 2018, cc. 146 and 278) Background check upon application for licensure as child day center or family day home; penalty.

    A. Every (i) applicant for licensure as a child day center or family day home; (ii) agent of an applicant for licensure as a child day center or family day home at the time of application who is or will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center or family day home or who is or will be alone with, in control of, or supervising one or more of the children; and (iii) adult living in the family day home shall undergo a background check in accordance with subsection B prior to issuance of a license as a child day center or family day home.

    B. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Every person required to undergo a background check pursuant to subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of any pending criminal charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether or not he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the Department to obtain a copy of information from the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 on any investigation of child abuse or neglect undertaken on him; and

    4. Authorize the Department to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check from any state in which the person has resided in the preceding five years.

    Fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding the individual. Upon receipt of an applicants record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data.

    B. (Effective July 1, 2020) Every person required to undergo a background check pursuant to subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of any pending criminal charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether or not he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the Department to obtain a copy of information from the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 on any investigation of child abuse or neglect undertaken on him; and

    4. Authorize the Department to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check from any state in which the person has resided in the preceding five years.

    Fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded by the Department or its designee or, in the case of a child day program operated by a local government, may be forwarded by the local law-enforcement agency through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding the individual. Upon receipt of an applicants record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data.

    C. If any person specified in subsection A required to have a background check (i) has been convicted of any barrier crime as defined in � 19.2-392.02 or (ii) is the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth, and such person has not been granted a waiver by the Commissioner pursuant to � 63.2-1723, no license as a child day center or family day home shall be granted.

    D. Information from a search of the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515, authorized in accordance with subdivision B 3, shall be obtained prior to issuance of a license as a child day center or family day home.

    E. No person specified in subsection A shall be involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center or family day home, or shall be alone with, in control of, or supervising one or more children without first having completed any required background check pursuant to subsection B.

    F. Any person making a materially false statement regarding the sworn statement or affirmation provided pursuant to subdivision B 1 is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

    G. If an applicant is denied licensure because of information from the central registry or convictions appearing on his criminal history record, the Commissioner shall provide a copy of the information obtained from the central registry or the Central Criminal Records Exchange or both to the applicant.

    H. Further dissemination of the background check information is prohibited other than to the Commissioners representative or a federal or state authority or court as may be required to comply with an express requirement of law for such further dissemination.

    I. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state of such processing and administration.

    I. (Effective July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state or the local law-enforcement agency of such processing and administration.

    J. For the purposes of this section, "agent" means a person who is authorized to act on behalf of the applicant or licensee.

    63.2-1721.1. (For expiration date, see Acts 2018, cc. 146 and 278) Background check upon application for licensure, registration, or approval as child day center, family day home, or family day system; penalty.

    A. Every (i) applicant for licensure as a child day center, family day home, or family day system, registration as a family day home, or approval as a family day home by a family day system; (ii) agent of an applicant for licensure as a child day center, family day home, or family day system, registration as a family day home, or approval as a family day home by a family day system at the time of application who is or will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center, family day home, or family day system or who is or will be alone with, in control of, or supervising one or more of the children; and (iii) adult living in such child day center or family day home shall undergo a background check in accordance with subsection B prior to issuance of a license as a child day center, family day home, or family day system, registration as a family day home, or approval as a family day home by a family day system and every five years thereafter.

    B. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Every person required to undergo a background check pursuant to subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of any pending criminal charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether or not he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system specified in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a search of the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 and any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state in which the individual has resided in the preceding five years for any founded complaint of child abuse or neglect against him; and

    4. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check, a sex offender registry check, and a search of the child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry from any state in which the person has resided in the preceding five years.

    Fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding the individual. Upon receipt of an individuals record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department. The Department shall report to the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A as to whether the individual is eligible to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data.

    B. (Effective July 1, 2020) Every person required to undergo a background check pursuant to subsection A shall:

    1. Provide a sworn statement or affirmation disclosing whether he has ever been convicted of or is the subject of any pending criminal charges for any offense within or outside the Commonwealth and whether or not he has been the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth;

    2. Submit to fingerprinting and provide personal descriptive information described in subdivision B 2 of � 19.2-392.02; and

    3. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system specified in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a search of the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 and any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state in which the individual has resided in the preceding five years for any founded complaint of child abuse or neglect against him; and

    4. Authorize the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A to obtain a copy of the results of a criminal history record information check, a sex offender registry check, and a search of the child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry from any state in which the person has resided in the preceding five years.

    Fingerprints and personal descriptive information obtained pursuant to subdivision 2 shall be forwarded by the Department or its designee or, in the case of a child day program operated by a local government, may be forwarded by the local law-enforcement agency through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining national criminal history record information regarding the individual. Upon receipt of an individuals record or notification that no record exists, the Central Criminal Records Exchange shall forward the information to the Department. The Department shall report to the child day center, family day home, or family day system described in subsection A as to whether the individual is eligible to have responsibility for the safety and well-being of children. In cases in which the record forwarded to the Department is lacking disposition data, the Department shall conduct research in whatever state and local recordkeeping systems are available in order to obtain complete data.

    C. If any person specified in subsection A required to have a background check (i) has been convicted of any barrier crime as defined in � 19.2-392.02 or (ii) is the subject of a founded complaint of child abuse or neglect within or outside the Commonwealth, and such person has not been granted a waiver by the Commissioner pursuant to � 63.2-1723, no license as a child day center, family day home, or family day system or registration as a family day home shall be granted by the Commissioner and no approval as a family day home shall be granted by the family day system.

    D. Information from a search of the central registry maintained pursuant to � 63.2-1515 and any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state in which the applicant, agent, or adult has resided in the preceding five years, authorized in accordance with subdivision B 3, shall be obtained prior to issuance of a license as a child day center, family day home, or family day system, registration as a family day home, or approval as a family day home by a family day system.

    E. No person specified in subsection A shall be involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center, family day home, or family day system, or shall be alone with, in control of, or supervising one or more children, without first having completed any required background check pursuant to subsection B.

    F. Any person making a materially false statement regarding the sworn statement or affirmation provided pursuant to subdivision B 1 is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

    G. If an individual is denied licensure, registration, or approval because of information from the central registry or any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state, or convictions appearing on his criminal history record, the Commissioner shall provide a copy of the information obtained from the central registry, any child abuse and neglect registry or equivalent registry maintained by any other state, or the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the individual.

    H. Further dissemination of the background check information is prohibited other than to the Commissioners representative or a federal or state authority or court as may be required to comply with an express requirement of law for such further dissemination.

    I. (Effective until July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state of such processing and administration.

    I. (Effective July 1, 2020) Fees charged for the processing and administration of background checks pursuant to this section shall not exceed the actual cost to the state or the local law-enforcement agency of such processing and administration.

    J. For the purposes of this section, "agent" means a person who is authorized to act on behalf of the applicant or licensee.

    2. That every person who is employed by or permitted to serve as a volunteer who will be alone with, in control of, or supervising children at a child day center, family day home, or family day system licensed in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 17 (� 63.2-1700 et seq.) of Title 63.2 of the Code of Virginia, child day center exempt from licensure pursuant to � 63.2-1716 of the Code of Virginia, registered family day home, family day home approved by a family day system, or child day center, family day home, or child day program that enters into a contract with the Department of Social Services or a local department of social services to provide child care services funded by the Child Care and Development Block Grant who has lived in another state in the previous five years shall complete the out-of-state criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check described in subdivision B 4 of � 63.2-1720.1 of the Code of Virginia, as it is currently effective and as it shall become effective, as amended by this act, and provide results to the corresponding child day center, family day home, or family day system by December 31, 2020.

    3. That every (i) person who is licensed as a child day center, family day home, or family day system, registered as a family day home, or approved as a family day home by a family day system; (ii) agent, as defined in � 63.2-1721.1 of the Code of Virginia, as amended by this act, of a person who is licensed as a child day center, family day home, or family day system, registered as a family day home, or approved as a family day home by a family day system who will be involved in the day-to-day operations of the child day center, family day home, or family day system or who is or will be alone with, in control of, or supervising one or more children in a child day center, family day home, or family day system; and (iii) adult living in a licensed child day center or family day home, registered family day home, or family day home approved by a family day system who has lived in another state in the previous five years shall complete the out-of-state criminal history record information check and sex offender registry check described in subdivision B 4 of � 63.2-1721.1 of the Code of Virginia, as it is currently effective and as it shall become effective, as amended by this act, and provide results to the corresponding child day center, family day home, or family day system by December 31, 2020.

    Picture Name From Date Type
    Jennifer B. Boysko D-Richmond Sponsor
    Mark J. Peake R-Richmond Cosponsor
    Joseph D. Morrissey D-Richmond Cosponsor
    Jennifer L. McClellan D-Richmond Cosponsor
    Janet D. Howell D-Richmond Cosponsor
    Janet D. Howell R-Richmond Cosponsor
    John J. Bell D-Richmond Cosponsor
    Date Branch Action
    01/31/2020 Senate Senate: Reported from Rehabilitation and Social Services (15-Y 0-N)
    01/07/2020 Senate Senate: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20102503D
    01/07/2020 Senate Senate: Referred to Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
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