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Georgia State Code
Title      49
Chapter       5  
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Title 49, Chapter 5, Section 67 (49-5-67)

(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, an individual who resides in a family day-care home, as defined by Code Section 49-5-3, shall not be required to provide fingerprints for routine fingerprints records checks if the operator of the family day-care home provides the department with an affidavit stating that such individual is not present in the home at the same time as the children who are received for pay for supervision and care. However, all persons residing in a family day-care home are required to obtain satisfactory preliminary records checks and submit them to the department.

(b) As an exception to the requirements set out in this article for employees of centers, a center may hire emergency temporary employees in order to avoid noncompliance with staffing requirements for centers required by law, rule, or regulation. An emergency temporary employee may start working immediately after requesting a preliminary records check from a local law enforcement agency and may work up to five working days without the results of the preliminary records check if the director of the center maintains an affidavit with supporting documents in the employee's personnel file stating that the emergency temporary employee applied for a preliminary records check with a local law enforcement agency before the employee began work and the date that the preliminary records check was received from the local law enforcement agency. The employee's personnel file shall be available to the department for inspection. At the end of the five-day work period or upon receipt of the results of the preliminary records check, whichever occurs first, emergency temporary employees become subject to all other requirements of this article.

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