- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
- Chapter 32. Centralized Licensing and Related Administrative Procedures
- Section 200. Notice of Changes from an Entity.
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AS 47.32.200. Notice of Changes from an Entity.
- (a) An entity shall provide the department with written notice of a change of mailing address at least 14 days
before the effective date of the change.
- (b) An entity shall notify the department within 24 hours after having knowledge that an administrator, employee,
volunteer, or household member, as required by the type of entity under department regulations, has been
- (1) convicted of, has been charged by information or complaint with, or is under indictment or presentment for
an offense listed in regulations adopted under AS 47.05.310 or a law or
ordinance of this or another jurisdiction with similar elements; or
- (2) found to have neglected or abused a child as described in AS 47.10.
- (c) An entity shall notify the department within 24 hours after having knowledge of any allegation or suspicion
of abuse, neglect, or misappropriation of money or other property of an individual receiving services from the entity. The entity shall
conduct an investigation and make a written report to the department within five days following notification to the department under
- (d) Not less than 20 days before the effective date of a decision to relinquish the entity's license, the entity
shall notify the department of the decision.
- (e) Not more than one day after signing a contract for sale of the licensed entity, the entity shall notify the
department of the sale.
- (f) Not less than 30 days before an entity wishes to change the location of the entity, the entity shall notify
the department of the change.
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