The Trainer — July 2013

SCREENING APPLICANTS FOR DRUG & CRIMINAL ACTIVITY; CONTROLLING EMERGENCY REPAIR COSTS

In this month’s feature, we discussed how HUD’s “one-strike” rule sets out specific grounds for denying admission to applicants based on certain drug-related and other criminal activity. The rule requires you to add certain screening criteria to your resident selection plan and lets you add other optional criteria to screen out applicants with drug-related and criminal backgrounds.

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