Reporting of Convictions

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Policy revised on March 29, 1999

Any County employee who is convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor subsequent to employment must report such conviction to the Employee Relations Division of Employee and Public Services within seventy-two hours of the conviction. A conviction will not necessarily result in dismissal. Each conviction will be reviewed/investigated to determine if it is substantially related to the responsibilities of the job prior to making a determination about potential action. Failure to report a conviction within seventy-two hours of the conviction may result in disciplinary action up to, and including, dismissal absent an explanation of the failure to report which is satisfactory to the appointing authority.