Licensed Practical Nursing

List of Crimes and Negative Actions


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 has 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. 

Negative Actions

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: