No it is only if they make a positive finding here would it show.
5321 Purpose of Central Registry Searches
LPPH April 2013
The Centralized Background Check Unit (CBCU) conducts Central Registry searches to determine whether a person’s presence at the operation violates the licensing statute, administrative rules, or minimum standards or presents a risk to the health and safety of children in care.
The DFPS Central Registry is made up of the following individuals (IMPACT codes are shown in parentheses):
a. Designated perpetrator (DP)
b. Designated both (DB), meaning both victim and perpetrator
c. Sustained perpetrator (SP) in a Child Protective Services (CPS) or Licensing abuse or neglect investigation
d. Sustained both (SB) in a CPS or Licensing abuse or neglect investigation and
e. Designated perpetrator (DP) in an Adult Protective Services Facility investigation with a disposition of Confirmed and in which the victim was a child.