Serious risk rules have been identified as presenting the greatest risk of harm to children. The serious risk rules were identified by a workgroup with statewide representation from diverse stakeholder groups.
If a program has had a six point serious risk non-compliance at their most recent licensing inspection, or a total of twelve-points of serious risk non-compliances in the previous twelve months, the program will not be eligible for a Star Rating. A six point serious risk, or a total of twelve points of serious risk non-compliances in a twelve month period, may result in the reduction or removal of a Star Rating.
Center Serious Risk Information
- Center Serious Risk Rules
Type A Home Serious Risk Information
- Type A Home Serious Risk