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(a) If a person has been convicted of a violation of a law of this state that is, or a law or ordinance of another jurisdiction that would be if it had been committed in this state, a felony, or a violation of a law or ordinance of this state or another jurisdiction that is a crime involving theft or dishonesty or a violation of gambling laws
(1) the department may not issue a license to the person;
(2) the department may not issue a license to, or register as a vendor, an applicant who employs the person in a managerial or supervisory capacity or uses the person as a fund raiser or consultant;
(3) the department may not issue a permit for an activity if the person is responsible for the operation of the activity;
(4) the person may not be employed in a managerial or supervisory capacity by a licensee or vendor or used as a fund raiser or consultant by a licensee or vendor;
(5) the person may not participate in charitable gaming as a permittee, licensee, or vendor.
(b) The department shall adopt regulations that provide that a disqualification of a person under (a) of this section based upon a conviction of that person for a violation
(1) of a law of this state that is, or a law or ordinance of another jurisdiction that would be if it was committed in this state, a class B felony other than extortion, a class C felony, or an unclassified felony described outside of AS 11, and that is not a crime of dishonesty or theft or a violation of gambling laws, terminates 10 years after the person's conviction;
(2) of a law or ordinance of this state or another jurisdiction that is a crime involving theft or dishonesty or a violation of gambling laws, and that is not, or would not be if it was committed in this state, an unclassified felony described in AS 11, a class A felony, or extortion, terminates 10 years after the person's conviction, if the department determines that the
(A) person is of good character, honesty, and integrity; and
(B) person's involvement in charitable gaming is not against the public interest.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 5. Amusements and Sports § 05.15.105. Persons prohibited from involvement - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-5-amusements-and-sports/ak-st-sect-05-15-105/
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