N.J.S.A 45:1-30 Submission of information by applicant or licensee.

45:1-30 Submission of information by applicant or licensee.

3. a. An applicant or licensee who is required to undergo a criminal history record background check pursuant to section 2 of Phamplet Law 2002, Chapter 104 (45:1-29 Criminal history record background check required for licensure of health care professional.) shall submit to the director that individual’s name, address and fingerprints taken on standard fingerprint cards, or through any equivalent means, by a State or municipal law enforcement agency or by a private entity under contract with the State. The director is authorized to exchange fingerprint data with and receive criminal history record information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Division of State Police for use in making the determinations required pursuant to this act.

b. Upon receipt of the criminal history record information for an applicant or licensee from the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the Division of State Police, the director shall immediately notify the board, as applicable.

C. If an applicant refuses to consent to, or cooperate in, the securing of a criminal history record background check, the board or director, as applicable, shall not issue a license or other authorization to practice a health care profession to the applicant and shall notify the applicant of that denial.

d. If a licensee refuses to consent to, or cooperate in, the securing of a criminal history record background check as required during the licensure or other authorization renewal process, the board or director, as applicable, shall refuse to renew the license or other authorization of the licensee, without a hearing, and shall notify the licensee of that denial.

e. A licensee who:

(1) has permitted a license or other authorization to lapse or whose license or other authorization has been suspended, revoked or otherwise has had licensure or other authorization privileges restricted, and

(2) has not already submitted to a criminal history record background check,

shall be required to submit fingerprints as part of the licensure or other authorization reinstatement procesS.If a reinstatement applicant refuses to consent to, or cooperate in, the securing of a criminal history record background check as required during the reinstatement process, the board or director, as applicable, shall automatically deny reinstatement of the license or other authorization, without a hearing, and shall notify the licensee of that denial.

L.2002,C. 104,S.3; amended 2005, C. 83, S.6.

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