top of page

Criminal Record Policy

Criminal Background Check Information is REQUIRED – failure to complete by checking either yes or no to the above options could constitute ineligibility into the program. By signing below I am acknowledging that this criminal background check information is true. It is my understanding that acceptance to the Beyond Career Training, LLC Certified Nursing Assistants Training Program is dependent on successfully passing a criminal background check.

I hereby certify that all of the above information is true and accurate, and that withholding information requested or giving false information could make me ineligible for admissions. I understand that my admission will not be completed until I submitted all documentation as outlined on the Program Bulletin and have read and agreed to the terms of the Program Bulletin for the class I am registering for. If I am receiving tuition assistance, I give consent to release information regarding my academic process to such sponsors.

LIST OF DISQUALIFYING CRIMINAL OFFENCES

Effective October 1, 1997, long term care facilities shall not knowingly employ or hire a person who has been found guilty or has pled guilty or nolo contendere, regardless whether the record of the offense is expunged, pardoned, or otherwise sealed, to any of the offenses listed below by any court in the State of Arkansas or any similar offense by a court in another state or of any similar offense by a federal court.

1. Capital murder, § 5-10-101;

2. Murder in the first or second degree, §§ 5-10-102 and 5-10-103;

3. Manslaughter, § 5-10-104;

4. Negligent homicide, § 5-10-105;

5. Kidnapping, § 5-11-102;

6. False imprisonment in the first degree or second degree, §§ 5-11-103 and 5-11-104;

7. Permanent detention or restraint, § 5-11-106;

8. Robbery, § 5-12-102;

9. Aggravated robbery, § 5-12-103;

10. Battery in the first, second or third degree, §§ 5-13-201, 5-13-202, and 5-13-203;

11. Aggravated assault, §5-13-204, or assault in first, second, or third degree, §§ 5-13-205, 5-13-206, and 5-13-207;

12. Introduction of controlled substance into body of another person, § 5-13-210;

13. Terroristic threatening in the first or second degree, § 5-13-301;

14. Rape, § 5-14-103;

15. Sexual assault in the first, second, third or fourth degree, §§ 5-14-124 – 5-14-127;

16. Sexual indecency with a child, § 5-14-110;

17. Violation of a minor in the first or second degree, §§ 5-14-120 and 5-14-121;

18. Incest, § 5-26-202;

19. Domestic Battery (all degrees), §§ 5-26-303 - 5-26-306;

20. Endangering the welfare of incompetent person in the first or second degree, §§ 5-27-201 and 5-27-202;

21. Endangering the welfare of a minor in the first or second degree, § 5-27-205 and 5-27-206;

22. Permitting abuse of a minor, § 5-27-221;

23. Engaging children in sexually explicit conduct for use in visual or print media, transportation of minors for prohibited sexual conduct, or pandering or possessing visual or print medium depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child, or employing or consenting to the use of a child in a sexual performance by producing, directing, or promoting a sexual performance by a child, §§ 5-27-303, 5-27-304, 5-27-305, 5-27-402, and 5-27-403;

24. Felony abuse of an endangered or impaired person, § 5-28-103;

25. Theft of property, § 5-36-103;

26. Theft by receiving, § 5-36-106;

27. Arson, § 5-38-301;

28. Burglary, § 5-39-201;

29. Felony violation of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act, §§ 5-64-101 – 5-64-501 et seq;

30. Prostitution, §5-70-102, Patronizing a prostitute, §5-70-103, or Promotion of prostitution (all degrees), §§ 5-70-104 – 5-70-106;

31. Stalking, § 5-71-229;

32. Criminal attempt, criminal complicity, criminal solicitation, or criminal conspiracy, § 5-3-201, 5-3-202, 5-3-301, and 5-3-401, to commit any of the offenses listed in this section.

33. Forgery, § 5-37-201;

34. Breaking or entering, § 5-39-202;

35. Obtaining a controlled substance by fraud, § 5-64-403;

36. Computer child pornography or failure to report computer child pornography, §§ 5-27-603 and 5-27-604;

37. Computer exploitation of a child or distributing, possessing, or viewing of matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child, §§ 5-27-605 and 5-27-602;

38. Coercion, §5-13-208;

39. Terroristic act, §5-13-310;

40. Voyeurism, §5-16-102;

41. Communicating death threat concerning a school employee or trainee, §5-17-101;

42. Interference with visitation or interference with court-ordered custody, §§5-26-501 and 5-26-502;

43. Contributing to the delinquency of a minor or juvenile, §§5-27-209 and 5-27-220;

44. Soliciting money or property from incompetents, §5-27-229;

45. Theft of services, §5-36-104;

46. Criminal impersonation, §5-37-208;

47. Financial identity fraud, §5-37-227;

48. Resisting arrest, §5-54-103;

49. Felony interference with a law enforcement officer, §5-54-104;

50. Cruelty to animals, or aggravated cruelty to a dog, cat, or horse, §§5-62-103 and 5-62-104;

51. Public display of obscenity, §5-68-205;

52. Promoting obscene materials, §5-68-303 or Promoting obscene performance, §5-68- 304;

53. Obscene performance at a live public show, §5-68-305;

54. Public sexual indecency, §5-14-111;

55. Indecent exposure, §5-14-112;

56. Bestiality, §5-14-122;

57. Exposing another person to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), §5-14-123;

58. Registered sex offenders, §§5-14-128 – 5-14-132;

59. Criminal use of a prohibited weapon, §5-73-104;

60. Simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, §5-74-106; and

61. Unlawful discharge of a firearm from a vehicle, §5-74-10

bottom of page