Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 39
HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 11
BASIC DAY CARE LICENSE
39-1113.  Denial, suspension or revocation of license. (1) A license may be denied, suspended or revoked by the department if the department finds that the applicant or licensee does not comply with the provisions of this chapter.
(2)  No person who pleads guilty to, has been found guilty of or received a withheld judgment for any offense involving neglect or any physical injury to, or other abuse of a child including the following offenses or a similar provision in another jurisdiction, shall be eligible for a license under the provisions of this chapter:
(a)  Felony injury of a child, section 18-1501, Idaho Code.
(b)  The sexual abuse of a child under sixteen years of age, section 18-1506, Idaho Code.
(c)  The ritualized abuse of a child under eighteen years of age, section 18-1506A, Idaho Code.
(d)  The sexual exploitation of a child, section 18-1507, Idaho Code.
(e)  Sexual abuse of a child under the age of sixteen years, section 18-1506, Idaho Code.
(f)  Lewd conduct with a child under the age of sixteen years, section 18-1508, Idaho Code.
(g)  The sale or barter of a child for adoption or other purposes, section 18-1511, Idaho Code.
(h)  Murder in any degree, section 18-4001 or 18-4003, Idaho Code.
(i)  Assault with intent to murder, section 18-4015, Idaho Code.
(j)  Voluntary manslaughter, section 18-4006, Idaho Code.
(k)  Rape, section 18-6101, Idaho Code.
(l)  Incest, section 18-6602, Idaho Code.
(m)  Forcible sexual penetration by use of foreign object, section 18-6608, Idaho Code.
(n)  Abuse, neglect or exploitation of a vulnerable adult, section 18-1505, Idaho Code.
(o)  Aggravated, first degree, second degree and third degree arson, sections 18-801 through 18-805, Idaho Code.
(p)  Crimes against nature, section 18-6605, Idaho Code.
(q)  Kidnapping, sections 18-4501 through 18-4503, Idaho Code.
(r)  Mayhem, section 18-5001, Idaho Code.
(s)  Poisoning, section 18-4014 or 18-5501, Idaho Code.
(t)  Robbery, section 18-6501, Idaho Code.
(u)  Stalking in the first degree, section 18-7905, Idaho Code.
(v)  Video voyeurism, section 18-6609, Idaho Code.
(w)  Enticing of children, section 18-1509 or 18-1509A, Idaho Code.
(x)  Inducing individuals under eighteen years of age into prostitution, section 18-5609, Idaho Code.
(y)  Inducing person under eighteen years of age to patronize a prostitute, section 18-5611, Idaho Code.
(z)  Any felony punishable by death or life imprisonment.
(aa) Attempt, section 18-306, Idaho Code, conspiracy, section 18-1701, Idaho Code, or accessory after the fact, section 18-205, Idaho Code, to commit any of the crimes designated in this subsection.
(3)  No person who has pleaded guilty to, been found guilty of or received a withheld judgment for any offense involving neglect or any physical injury to, or other abuse of a child, including the following offenses or a similar provision in another jurisdiction shall be eligible for a license for a period of five (5) years under the provisions of this chapter.
(a)  Aggravated assault, section 18-905, Idaho Code.
(b)  Aggravated battery, section 18-907(1), Idaho Code.
(c)  Burglary, section 18-1401, Idaho Code.
(d)  Felony theft, sections 18-2403 and 18-2407(1), Idaho Code.
(e)  Forgery of a financial transaction card, section 18-3123, Idaho Code.
(f)  Fraudulent use of a financial transaction card or number, section 18-3124, Idaho Code.
(g)  Forgery or counterfeiting, chapter 36, title 18, Idaho Code.
(h)  Misappropriation of personal identifying information, section 18-3126, Idaho Code.
(i)  Insurance fraud, section 41-293, Idaho Code.
(j)  Damage to or destruction of insured property, section 41-294, Idaho Code.
(k)  Public assistance fraud, section 56-227, Idaho Code.
(l)  Provider fraud, section 56-227A, Idaho Code.
(m)  Attempted strangulation, section 18-923, Idaho Code.
(n)  Attempt, section 18-306, Idaho Code, conspiracy, section 18-1701, Idaho Code, or accessory after the fact, section 18-205, Idaho Code, to commit any of the crimes designated in this subsection.
(o)  Misdemeanor injury to a child, section 18-1501(2), Idaho Code.
(4)  A daycare facility license may be denied, suspended or revoked by the department if the department finds that the daycare facility is not in compliance with the standards provided for in this chapter or criminal activity that threatens the health or safety of a child.
(5)  A daycare facility license or privilege to operate a family daycare home shall be denied or revoked if a registered sex offender resides on the premises where daycare services are provided.
(6)  The denial, suspension or revocation of a license under this chapter may be appealed to the district court of the county in which the affected daycare facility is located and the appeal shall be heard de novo in the district court.

History:
[39-1113, added 1987, ch. 56, sec. 1, p. 96; am. 1990, ch. 271, sec. 1, p. 765; am. 1992, ch. 90, sec. 3, p. 280; am. 2009, ch. 295, sec. 13, p. 880; am. 2012, ch. 269, sec. 8, p. 762; am. 2016, ch. 296, sec. 16, p. 846.]


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