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Recent Updates to Massachusetts CORI Regulations

By June 30, 2017No Comments

As part of continued reform efforts by Governor Charlie Baker, revisions to the Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) process have been issued for 2017. These revisions affect both private and public employers, such as schools and long-term care facilities, which are required by law to obtain CORI information. A CORI report is a record of an individual’s criminal court appearances in Massachusetts, including arrests, convictions, dismissals, and serious violations.

Our e-Alert has the complete list of changes.

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