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    Chapter 5: New Jersey Racing Commission, powers, duties; definitons.

      Section: 5:5-34: Requirements for licensure by Racing Commission.

14. No person shall be licensed in any capacity whatsoever by the Racing Commission or employed in any capacity whatsoever at any place, track or enclosure where a horse race meeting is permitted who has been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude. Each person seeking licensure or employment shall submit to the executive director the person's name, address and written consent for a criminal history record background check to be performed. The applicant shall submit to being fingerprinted in accordance with applicable State and federal laws, rules and regulations. The executive director is authorized to receive criminal history record information from the State Bureau of Identification in the Division of State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation consistent with applicable State and federal laws, rules and regulations. Upon receipt of such notification, the executive director shall make a determination regarding the person's eligibility for licensure or employment. The applicant shall bear the cost for the criminal history record background check, including all costs of administering and processing the check. The Division of State Police shall promptly notify the executive director in the event a current or prospective licensee or employee, who was the subject of a criminal history record background check pursuant to this section, is convicted of a crime or offense in this State after the date the background check was performed.

L.1940,c.17,s.14; amended 2003, c.199, s.2.

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