Any State or National Sex Offender registry
Oklahoma Violent Offender registry
The following criminal offenses apply to nurse aides, non-technical service workers, and those employment classes not otherwise licensed, certified or permitted for the purpose of employment with an employer subject to the Long Term Care Security Act:
If the results of a criminal history background check reveal that the subject person has been convicted of, pled guilty or no contest to, or received a deferred sentence for, a felony or misdemeanor offense for any of the following offenses in any state or federal jurisdiction, the employer shall not hire or contract with the person: a. abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of any person entrusted to the care or possession of such person, b. rape, incest or sodomy, c. child abuse, d. murder or attempted murder, e. manslaughter, f. kidnapping, g. aggravated assault and battery, h. assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, or i. arson in the first degree.
If less than seven (7) years have elapsed since the , and the results of a criminal completion of sentence history check reveal that the subject person has been convicted of, or pled guilty or no contest to, a felony or misdemeanor offense for any of the following offenses, in any state or federal jurisdiction, the employer shall not hire or contract with the person: a. assault, b. battery, c. indecent exposure and indecent exhibition, except where such offense disqualifies the applicant as a registered sex offender, d. pandering, e. burglary in the first or second degree, f. robbery in the first or second degree, g. robbery or attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, or imitation firearm, h. arson in the second degree, i. unlawful manufacture, distribution, prescription, or dispensing of a Schedule I through V drug as defined by the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act, j. grand larceny, or k. petit larceny or shoplifting.
Pursuant to 63 O.S. § 1-1950.1(A5), "Completion of the sentence" means the last day of the entire term of the incarceration imposed by the sentence including any term that is deferred, suspended or subject to parole.
Oklahoma National Background Check Program - http://ONBC.health.ok.gov