I did answer your question. The answer is that they do not have a specific list. The disqualifcation would be determined on a case by case basis.
No one type of felony is an automatic disqualification
, because it is subject to review and determination case by case. Hope this makes sense. Again, they have no list.
I gave you the link on the agency which regulates this. If you wish to contact someone, you contact the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services. Again, that link is in my first answer.
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