Los Angeles County reviewing health department workers' criminal records
Top Los Angeles County officials are conducting a case-by-case review of all health department employees known to have criminal histories in order to determine whether some workers have convictions that should disqualify them from their jobs. Supervisor Mike Antonovich disclosed his request four days after a report found that a convicted rapist had been hired as an X-ray technologist by County-USC Medical Center managers despite reporting his convictions on his job application.
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