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(a) List of Employees. A permittee shall maintain a continuously updated list of the names, residence addresses and current driver's license numbers of all employees or other individuals working at the parking garage or parking lot for which the Chief of Police issued a commercial parking permit. A permittee shall maintain the list at the business address listed on the permit application, and shall make the list available for inspection and copying during business hours on demand of any peace officer.
(b) Criminal History. Except with the prior written authorization of the Chief of Police, a permittee shall not allow any employee or other individual to work at a permitted parking garage or parking lot if, in the preceding ten years, the employee or individual has been convicted of or has plead guilty or no contest to any covered crime. The Chief of Police shall evaluate on a case-by-case basis any request for authorization for an employee or other individual who has been convicted of or has plead guilty or no contest to any covered crime in the preceding ten years to work at the permitted parking garage or parking lot. In determining a request for authorization, the Chief of Police shall give due consideration to the factors in Section 1215.2(c)(3). The term of any written authorization of the Chief of Police may not exceed two years.
(c) Identification Badge. Every employee or other individual who works at a parking garage or parking lot shall wear conspicuously upon his or her person an identification badge that the permittee provides, of a type and design that the Chief of Police has approved.
(Added by Ord. 219-10, File No. 100639, App. 8/12/2010)