Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance (GBRIA) and local construction industry leaders have developed and agreed upon a matrix of criminal behavior that is to be used as the objective standard for issuing the Security Passport. (Click here to view the matrix.)
As shown on the matrix, an applicant can be disqualified from receiving a Security Passport due to a criminal felony conviction within the previous seven years, a ‘not guilty due to insanity' felony disposition within the past seven years, or a prison release date within the last five years for any crime appearing on the matrix. Additionally, any open warrants, indictments, or active pending felony cases for crimes that appear on the matrix will disqualify an applicant. Non-criminal related disqualifications include invalid identification or lack of photo ID, invalid Social Security Number, invalid driver's license number, or established residency outside the US during the previous seven years.