§ 9-3510.  Prohibition on Consideration of Juvenile Records. 1203
   (1)   In connection with the employment or licensing of any person, it shall be an unlawful discriminatory practice for a City agency or private employer, at any stage in the Employment Process, to take any adverse action against such person on the basis of the person's juvenile record.
   (2)   It shall further be an unlawful discriminatory practice for a City agency or private employer, in connection with the employment or licensing of any person, to require the person to disclose or reveal any item or information in the person's juvenile record. The inclusion of such inquiry on an employment application shall be unlawful, whether or not certain Applicants or Employees are told they need not answer the question. The inquiry prohibited by this Section 9-3510 shall include any question regarding the Applicant's or Employees's willingness to submit to a background check.
      (a)   Voluntary disclosure of juvenile record information by an Applicant or Employee shall not modify or waive the prohibition in subsection 9-3510(1) on taking adverse action against a person on the basis of the person's juvenile record.

 

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   Added, Bill No. 180368 (approved June 20, 2018); amended, Bill No. 200479 (approved January 20, 2021), effective April 1, 2021.