|02/10/21: to Licensing & Occupations (S)
|AN ACT relating to emergency medical personnel.
|Bill Request Number
|K. Berg, D. Yates
|Summary of Original Version
|Amend KRS 311A.090 to require a convicted felon licensed or certified by the board to notify the board within 30 days of his or her release about the charges of which they were convicted and the terms of their release; amend KRS 311A.200 to require an incarcerated felon with a limited certification as a first responder or emergency medical technician or limited license as a paramedic, who wishes to continue to be licensed, to apply to the board.
|Index Headings of Original Version
Criminal Procedure - Post incarceration licensure, EMT and paramedic
Emergency Medical Services - Licensure after incarcertaion
Licensing - EMT, renewal after incarceration
Licensing - Paramedic, renewal after incarceration
Boards and Commissions - Board of Emergency Medical Services, licensure after incarceration
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