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28-3413 - License for schools; requirements; fingerprint clearance card
28-3413. License for schools; requirements; fingerprint clearance card
A. A person may not act as a traffic survival school unless the person applies for and obtains from the director a license in the manner and form prescribed by the director.
B. Rules adopted by the director shall state the requirements for a school license, including requirements concerning location, equipment, courses of instruction, instructors, previous records of the school and instructors, character and reputation of the operators and instructors, insurance in an amount and with provisions that the director deems necessary to protect adequately the interests of the public and other matters prescribed by the director.
C. Each applicant who owns twenty per cent or more of an entity and each partner or stockholder who owns twenty per cent or more of an entity and who seeks licensure pursuant to this article shall provide the department or a contracted private entity of the department pursuant to section 28-3411 with a valid fingerprint clearance card issued pursuant to section 41-1758.03.