Trans 112.15(3)(b) (b) Endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon, s. 941.20, Stats.
Trans 112.15(3)(c) (c) Obstructing emergency or rescue personnel, s. 941.37, Stats.
Trans 112.15(3)(d) (d) Criminal damage to railroads, s. 943.07, Stats.
Trans 112.15(4) (4) Any person who is disqualified from obtaining or renewing a school bus endorsement because of that person's conviction for an offense listed under sub. (1) or (2) may provide evidence satisfactory to the department that the conviction was for a misdemeanor. Upon receiving the evidence, the department shall reduce the period of disqualification as follows:
Trans 112.15(4)(a) (a) Notwithstanding sub. (1) (intro.), for a misdemeanor conviction for an offense listed under sub. (1), the department may not issue or renew a school bus endorsement for that person for 5 years after the date of conviction. This paragraph does not apply to any misdemeanor conviction listed under s. Trans 112.15 (1) (i).
Trans 112.15(4)(b) (b) Notwithstanding sub. (2) (intro.), for a misdemeanor conviction for an offense listed under sub. (2), the department may not issue or renew a school bus endorsement for that person for 2 years after the date of conviction.
Trans 112.15 Note Note: See s. 343.12, Stats., for additional offenses or traffic violations that may prohibit issuance of a school bus endorsement.
Trans 112.15(5)(a)(a) The department shall consider a conviction under a Wisconsin statute to be in substantial conformity with an offense listed under sub. (1), (2) or (3) if substantially similar elements of the offense listed under sub. (1), (2) or (3) must be proven.
Trans 112.15(5)(b) (b) The department shall consider the law of another jurisdiction or federal law or law of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state to be in substantial conformity with an offense listed under sub. (1), (2) or (3) if substantially similar elements of the offense listed under sub. (1), (2) or (3) must be proven under the law of another jurisdiction or under federal law or under a law of a federally-recognized American Indian tribe or band in this state.
Trans 112.15 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1991, No. 424, eff. 5-1-91; CR 04-117: r. and recr. Register April 2005 No. 592, eff. 5-1-05; subs. (1) and (2) renum. under 13.93 (2m) (b) 1., Stats., Register April 2005 No. 592; correction in (2) (x) made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register June 2007 No. 618; CR 06-099: renum. (5) to be (5) (b) and am., cr. (5) (a), Register June 2007 No. 618, eff. 7-1-07.
Trans 112.155 Trans 112.155Condition of employment for school bus drivers.
Trans 112.155(1) (1) The department shall require any person who applies for issuance or renewal of a school bus endorsement to certify whether he or she has been convicted of any offense listed under s. Trans 112.15 (1), (2) or (3). The person shall submit the certification on a form prescribed by the department. The department shall deny or cancel a school bus endorsement based on a certification that the person has been so convicted. This certification shall be submitted to either the employer, who shall maintain it as a portion of the driver's record, or to the department on form MV3740, “School Bus or Alternative Vehicles Transporting Students Driver License Information Request."
Trans 112.155 Note Note: Form MV3740 may be obtained at any DMV customer service center or by calling (608) 266-2353.
Trans 112.155(2) (2) The department shall conduct a criminal history record search on each person who applies for issuance and renewal of a school bus endorsement, and on each person 4 years after the initial issuance or renewal of that person's school bus endorsement.
Trans 112.155(3) (3) If a person applying for a school bus endorsement has resided in another state within the 2 years preceding the date of the application, the person shall notify the department of those other states of residence and the approximate dates of the residency. Upon receiving that information, the department shall make a good faith effort to obtain the person's criminal history records from the other states of residence, including submitting the person's fingerprints to the department of justice for a nationwide criminal history records search. The department may require an applicant who has resided in another state within the previous 2 years to pay a fixed fee, in an amount not to exceed the department's costs, related to collecting fingerprints and completing the 2 criminal history records searches required at initial issuance or renewal and at 4 years after initial issuance or renewal.
Trans 112.155(4) (4) The department may require any applicant for a school bus endorsement to provide 2 sets of fingerprints for a criminal history records search.
Trans 112.155 History History: CR 04-117: cr. Register April 2005 No. 592, eff. 5-1-05.
Trans 112.16 Trans 112.16License restrictions.
Trans 112.16(1) (1) The department may restrict a person's operating privilege based on any of the following:
Trans 112.16(1)(a) (a) A recommendation of a physician, APNP or vision specialist.
Trans 112.16(1)(b) (b) The results of a driving examination or evaluation.
Trans 112.16(1)(c) (c) Failure to show the medical certificate of physical examination required by 49 CFR 391.43.
Trans 112.16(2) (2) License restrictions may require a person to wear corrective lenses, use specially equipped vehicles, wear a hearing aid, operate only during daylight hours, restrict a person's driving area, or restrict a person's operating privilege in any other manner which the department deems necessary for safety purposes.
Trans 112.16(3) (3) License restrictions shall apply to all classes of vehicles whose operation is authorized by the license, unless the restriction is specifically limited to a certain class or classes.
Trans 112.16(4) (4) License restrictions may only be removed by the medical professional who recommended them, or by the department following the department's evaluation of the person's ability to drive.
Trans 112.16 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1991, No. 424, eff. 5-1-91; CR 04-117: cr. (4) Register April 2005 No. 592, eff. 5-1-05; CR 06-099: am. (1) (a) and (4), Register June 2007 No. 618, eff. 7-1-07.
Trans 112.17 Trans 112.17Periodic reports. The department may require a person who has a progressive, recurring or debilitating condition to submit to follow-up examinations and reports by a physician, APNP or vision specialist as a condition of licensure.
Trans 112.17 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1991, No. 424, eff. 5-1-91; CR 06-099: am. Register June 2007 No. 618, eff. 7-1-07.
Trans 112.18 Trans 112.18Driving evaluation.
Trans 112.18(1) (1) If a physician, APNP or vision specialist recommends that the person complete a test of driving ability, and the department deems that person eligible, the driving evaluation or examination shall be in a vehicle representative of the highest licensing classification the person holds or for which the person is applying. A driving evaluation may consist of a knowledge and sign identification test and an on-road test of driving ability.
Trans 112.18(2) (2) The department may require a driving evaluation of any person having any significant limb, hand or foot defect or limitation, including full or partial amputations.
Trans 112.18 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1991, No. 424, eff. 5-1-91; CR 04-117: am. Register April 2005 No. 592, eff. 5-1-05; CR 06-099: renum. Trans 112.18 to be (1) and am., cr. (2), Register June 2007 No. 618, eff. 7-1-07.
Trans 112.19 Trans 112.19Notice of departmental licensing actions.
Trans 112.19(1)(1) Persons affected by any departmental licensing action shall be given written notice thereof by first class mail sent to the person's most recent mailing address on file with the department.
Trans 112.19(2) (2) A notice of license denial or cancellation shall include the specific reasons for the action and information on applicable review and appeal procedures.
Trans 112.19 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1991, No. 424, eff. 5-1-91.
Trans 112.20 Trans 112.20Review boards.
Trans 112.20(1) (1) A person whose license is denied or canceled under ss. Trans 112.05 to 112.14 may request an appearance before a review board to obtain a review of the department's licensing action.
Trans 112.20(2) (2) A review board may assess the person's medical history and may recommend that an exception be granted by the department if, in the review board's medical opinion, the person's medical condition does not impair the person's ability to safely operate the class or type of motor vehicle for which the person's operating privilege has been denied. No exceptions may be granted to the standards of ss. Trans 112.03 (2), 112.05 (3) (b) 1. to 3., 112.10 (3) (c) 1. or 112.14 (3) (e) 1. and 2., and a person who does not meet those standards may not request a review board assessment.
Trans 112.20 History History: Cr. Register, April, 1991, No. 424, eff. 5-1-91; am. (2), Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93; CR 04-117: am. (2) Register April 2005 No. 592, eff. 5-1-05.
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