New Mexico Administrative Code
Title 6 - PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
Chapter 12 - PUBLIC SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION - HEALTH AND SAFETY
Part 12 - ARMED PUBLIC SCHOOL SECURITY PERSONNEL
Section 6.12.12.8 - PROHIBITION OF EMPLOYMENT AS SCHOOL SECURITY PERSONNEL

Universal Citation: 6 NM Admin Code 6.12.12.8

Current through Register Vol. 35, No. 6, March 26, 2024

Persons prohibited from employment as school security personnel include the following:

A. an individual who has been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude and the criminal conviction relates to the employment as school security personnel;

B. an individual who has been convicted of trafficking in controlled substances, criminal sexual penetration or a related sexual offense, child abuse, or sexual exploitation of children;

C. an individual who has been subject to an employment investigation under Subsection H of Section 22-10A-5 NMSA 1978 that resulted in a finding of ethical misconduct, including:

(1) inappropriate touching;

(2) sexual harassment;

(3) sexual assault;

(4) sexual abuse;

(5) discrimination; or

(6) behavior intended to induce a child into engaging in illegal, immoral, or other prohibited behavior.

D. an individual who has been convicted of battery on a household member or dependent, criminal damage to property of a household member or dependent, or stalking;

E. an individual who has been convicted of the negligent or illegal use of a firearm; or

F. an individual who has received formal discipline for the use of excessive force.

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