§ 117.022  INVESTIGATION, EXAMINATION OF APPLICANT.
   (a)   The application for a peddler permit shall be investigated by the police chief or his or her designee. No permit shall be granted to any person:
      (1)   Who has been convicted for a sex crime as defined by SDCL 22-24B-1 or any indecent exposure for which he or she is still subject to sex offender registration requirements;
      (2)   Who has a conviction or date of discharge from prison, jail, probation, or parole within the last five years of application for all other indecent exposures;
      (3)   Who has a conviction or date of discharge from prison, jail, probation, or parole within the last ten years of application for a crime of violence as defined by SDCL 22-1-2(9);
      (4)   Who has a conviction or date of discharge from prison, jail, probation, or parole within the last ten years of application for any burglary;
      (5)   Who has a conviction or date of discharge from prison, jail, probation, or parole within the last five years of application for a felony possession or distribution of controlled substances;
      (6)   Who has a conviction or date of discharge from prison, jail, probation, or parole within the last five years of application for any offense involving theft or fraud;
      (7)   Who has knowingly omitted or provided false information on the application; or
      (8)   For any good cause.
   (b)   Convictions in other states considered. Any conviction for an offense in another state which, if committed in this state, would be a violation of one of the offenses listed in subsection (a) shall be used to determine if an applicant is eligible for a permit.
   (c)   Any denial of an application for permit may be appealed through the procedures established by the administrative code provisions of this code according to the procedure set forth in § 30.040.
(Ord. 131-15, passed 12-15-2015)