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TITLE 22EXAMINING BOARDS
PART 36COUNCIL ON SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT
CHAPTER 810COUNCIL ON SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT
SUBCHAPTER ALICENSED SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT PROVIDERS
RULE §810.8Revocation, Denial, or Non-Renewal of a License

(a) The council may revoke a license, deny an application for licensure, and/or refuse to renew a license upon proof that the treatment provider has:

  (1) been convicted or adjudicated of any misdemeanor involving a sexual offense or sexually motivated offense; has ever received deferred adjudication for a sexual offense, or has been required to register as a sex offender in this state under Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 62, or under any other law, or has been convicted or adjudicated of any felony;

  (2) been determined by the council to have engaged in deceit or fraud in connection with the delivery of services, supervision, or documentation of licensure requirements;

  (3) violated the Act or any rule adopted by the council;

  (4) been prohibited from renewal by the Education Code, §57.491 (relating to Loan Default Ground for Non-renewal of Professional or Occupational License); or

  (5) been prohibited from renewal by a court order or attorney general's order issued pursuant to the Family Code, Chapter 232 (relating to Suspension of License for Failure to Pay Child Support or to Observe a Child Custody Order).

(b) The council may take action against a licensee or deny an application or renewal in accordance with Occupations Code, Chapter 53, if the licensee has felony or misdemeanor convictions that directly relate to the duties and responsibilities as a sex offender treatment provider.


Source Note: The provisions of this §810.8 adopted to be effective October 22, 2006, 31 TexReg 8520; amended to be effective April 24, 2011, 36 TexReg 2396

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