What are disqualifications?

A person is disqualified if they have:
  • admitted to,
  • been convicted of,
  • there is a preponderance of the evidence that the person committed an act which is listed in Minnesota Statute 245C as a disqualification,
  • has been substantiated for serious or recurring maltreatment of a minor or vulnerable adult
  • failure to cooperate with a study is also a disqualification.
Some of the acts considered to disqualification include 5th degree assault, criminal sexual conduct, robbery, arson, issuing dishonored checks, burglary, domestic assault, theft, wrongfully obtaining assistance, violating an order of protection, financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult, obscene or threatening phone calls, murder, and violating an order of protection. View the complete list of disqualifying acts.