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California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 7598.11

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If the chief determines that an applicant's criminal history contains arrest information for which there appears no disposition, the chief shall issue a notice to the applicant allowing the applicant 45 days for the applicant to provide documentation concerning the disposition of the arrest or arrests.

The notice shall be sent to the applicant and shall provide sufficient information to assist the applicant in complying with the chief's request. If the applicant fails to respond within 45 days, the applicant's employment shall be automatically suspended until the bureau obtains the necessary documentation to approve or deny the application.

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