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(a) An individual who wishes to become an approved sex offender treatment provider must apply to the department on a form provided by the department. Only an individual may be approved as a sex offender treatment provider.
(b) To become an approved provider under this chapter, an individual must
(1) have a current professional license, in good standing, issued under AS 08, as a psychiatrist, psychologist, psychological associate, social worker, marital and family therapist, or professional counselor;
(2) be of good moral character; and
(3) agree to abide by the standards set out in 22 AAC 30.200 in providing sex offender treatment to a sex offender who is under the department's jurisdiction.
(c) An application for provider approval must include
(1) the applicant's name, business mailing address, and telephone number;
(2) a statement of the applicant's educational degrees, the year they were obtained, and the institutions from which they were obtained;
(3) verification from the relevant Alaska licensing board that the applicant has a current professional license, as described in (b) of this section, in good standing;
(4) a history of the applicant's specialized training in the treatment of sex offenders;
(5) a history of the applicant's professional work experience;
(6) the applicant's complete criminal history, if any;
(7) information about any investigations of the applicant by any licensing authority in this or any other jurisdiction for possible professional license violations; and
(8) references from at least two individuals familiar with the applicant's professional training and experience.
(d) Except as provided in 22 AAC 30.100, initial department approval of a provider lapses three years from the date of the approval.
History: Eff. 11/2/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 33.30.011
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