PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE
CHILD DAY CARE, RESIDENTIAL CARE, AND CHILD-PLACING AGENCIES
Child Day Care Licensing
170-E:10 Record of Licenses and Investigatory and Monitoring Visits.
I. The department shall keep in a central depository records of licenses issued under this subdivision and all investigatory and monitoring reports, and final decisions relative to licensure that have been made relative to licensees. When a license is issued to a child day care agency, the department shall give notice to the health officer and fire department of the city or town in which the licensee is located stating the granting of such license and its terms. A like notice shall be given of any suspension or revocation of such license.
II. The license itself, the findings of investigatory and monitoring visits, and final decisions relative to licensure of the child day care agency shall be considered public information, posted on the department's website, and available for review by members of the public; information submitted in the application process, however, shall be private, confidential, and not available for review.
III. At least 5 business days before posting the results or findings of an investigatory visit, monitoring visit, or a final decision relative to licensure on the department's website, the department shall provide the child day care agency with the results or findings by email or, if the child day care agency has not provided an email address, by United States mail. If the child day care agency submits a reasonable response to the department's findings, the child day care agency's response shall be posted with the department's findings on the website.
Source. 1990, 257:8, eff. Jan. 1, 1991. 2014, 128:1, eff. Aug. 15, 2014.