I was offered a job for a Washington State County as a Mental Health Provider. Just over two years ago, I was arrested for a domestic violence assault 4, but the charge was amended to a disorderly conduct which resulted in a $100 fine. Under the DSHS Secretaries List of Crimes and Negative Actions, it states that a person with a simple assault 4 is denied unsupervised access to vulnerable adults, juveniles, and children. Does that mean a person who was arrested for an assault 4 or a person who has been convicted of an assault 4? Also, is a "domestic violence assault 4" the same thing as a "assault 4-simple assault"?
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