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What is a Level 2 background check?

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A Level 2 background check includes fingerprinting the individual and submitting the prints to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to compare those records against the statewide criminal and juvenile records maintained by the FDLE and federal criminal records maintained through the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It may also include a local criminal records check through local law enforcement agencies. The person "must meet Level 2 screening requirements as described in s. 1012.32 (Florida Statutes)." That section states that "persons subject to this subsection found through fingerprint processing to have been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude shall not be employed, engaged to provide services, or serve in any position requiring direct contact with students." Thus districts must look to the language in s. 1012.32 Florida Statutes, to determine the scope of disqualifying offenses, using the "crimes of moral turpitude" standard. Rule 6B-4.009(6), used by many ... more
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A Level 2 background check includes fingerprinting the individual and submitting the prints to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) to compare those records against the statewide criminal and juvenile records maintained by the FDLE and federal criminal records maintained through the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It may also include a local criminal records check through local law enforcement agencies. The person "must meet Level 2 screening requirements as described in s. 1012.32 (Florida Statutes)." That section states that "persons subject to this subsection found through fingerprint processing to have been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude shall not be employed, engaged to provide services, or serve in any position requiring direct contact with students." Thus districts must look to the language in s. 1012.32 Florida Statutes, to determine the scope of disqualifying offenses, using the "crimes of moral turpitude" standard. more
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