Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 95. Social Workers
Section 50. Disciplinary Sanctions.
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AS 08.95.050. Disciplinary Sanctions.

The board may impose a disciplinary sanction under AS 08.01.075 if it finds that a licensee

(1) secured a license through deceit, fraud, or intentional misrepresentation;

(2) engaged in deceit, fraud, or intentional misrepresentation in the course of providing professional services or in the course of professional activities;

(3) advertised professional services in a false or misleading manner;

(4) violated this chapter, a regulation adopted under this chapter, or an order issued by the board;

(5) is the subject of a disciplinary sanction or other adverse licensing action in another jurisdiction relating to a social work license;

(6) failed to report to the board that the licensee is or was the subject of a disciplinary proceeding or other adverse licensing action in another jurisdiction relating to a social work license;

(7) has been convicted of a felony or has been convicted of a misdemeanor that reflects on the licensee's ability to practice competently and professionally;

(8) intentionally or negligently engaged in, or permitted persons under the licensee's supervision to engage in, client care that did not conform to minimum professional standards or to the standards of practice adopted by the board regardless of whether actual injury to the client occurred;

(9) continued to practice after becoming unfit due to

(A) professional incompetence;

(B) failure to keep informed of current professional practices;

(C) addiction to or severe dependency on alcohol or other drugs that impairs the ability to practice safely; or

(D) physical or mental disability;

(10) engaged in lewd, immoral, or unethical conduct in connection with the delivery of professional services to clients; or

(11) while licensed to practice clinical social work, engaged in sexual contact with a person during the time period that the person was a client or within two years after termination of the licensee's professional relationship with the client.

Article 02. LICENSING

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