Ala.Code 1975 § 34-43-3§ 34-43-3. Definitions
(4) ESTABLISHMENT. A site, premises, or business where massage therapy is practiced by a licensed massage therapist
Ala.Code 1975 § 34-43-8
(b) A licensed massage therapist may not perform massage therapy, whether or not for compensation, for a sexually oriented business.
Statutory Authority: §34-43-11
(a) Establishments shall be licensed by the board. A sexually oriented business may not be licensed as an establishment and shall not operate as an establishment licensed pursuant to this chapter.
(b) Establishments shall employ only licensed massage therapists to perform massage therapy.
(c) The board shall provide by rule, for a fair and reasonable procedure to grant exemptions from the licensure requirement of this section when the applicant can show that the advertising of massage therapy services is incidental to the primary function of his or her business. No such exemption shall be granted to a sexually oriented business.
(d) An establishment license issued pursuant to this chapter is not assignable or transferable.
(e) Subsequent to an official complaint, the board may request a criminal background check of the establishment’s licensees through the district attorney of the circuit in which the licensee is located.
(Acts 1996, No. 96-661, p. 1060, §11; Act 2000-704, p. 1430, §1.)
Ala. Code 1975 § 34-43-11, AL ST § 34-43-11 Current through Act 2018-579. (PDF)
Administrative Regulations: Ch. 532-X-3-.04 PDF
(1) Each massage therapy establishment and on-site or out-call establishment as defined in these rules and regulations shall obtain a license to operate from the Board.
(2) The applicant for licensure of the establishment shall be the owner, lessee, or legal possessor of the establishment.
(3) In the event the licensed establishment sold, subleased, or legal possession of the establishment is changed, the new owner, lessee, or legal possessor of the establishment shall be required to apply for and obtain a new license within sixty (60) days of the change of ownership, lessee, or legal possess. The establishment license is not assignable or transferable.
(4) An establishment or business whose primary function is not the provision of massage therapy services may be exempt from the requirement of obtaining licensure as a massage therapy establishment by filing with the Board a sworn and notarized statement by the owner, lessee, or legal possessor declaring the primary function of the establishment; and by filing with the Board official government related or business records, city business license, Internal Revenue Service tax returns and records or correspondence regarding advertisement, appointment books kept in the normal course of business, or statements of business associates consulted in relation to the practice of the primary function of the establishment to be other than massage therapy, and as to which massage therapy is an incidental practice. The Board may request such other and further documentation of the interaction of massage therapy practice and the primary function of the establishment as seems reasonable in making its determination as to the granting of exemption from establishment licensure. See Massage Therapy Establishment Exemption Instructions Memo, dated June 1, 2008, at http://www.almtbd.state.al.us/PDF/Forms/ExemptionMemo04-04-12.pdf
(5) Each massage therapy establishment shall be subject to an inspection by the Board at any time during normal business hours and must demonstrate:
(a) current liability insurance coverage for bodily injury and property damage for the establishment;
(b) compliance with state and local fire and safety requirements;
(c) a fire extinguisher in good working condition; (d) provision for extermination of vermin, insects, termites, and rodents;
(e) laundering or sanitation of all equipment and linens or other materials furnished for use of the customer or client, prior to reuse, if applicable;
(f) maintenance of equipment in a safe and sanitary condition;
(g) adequate toilet and lavatory facilities with running water, equipped with toilet tissue, soap dispenser with soap or other hand cleansing materials, sanitary towels or hand-drying devices, waste receptacle, with adequate lighting and ventilation sufficient to remove objectionable odors;
(h) adequate and sanitary shower facilities if the establishment maintains a whirlpool bath, sauna, hot tub, spa, steam cabinet or steam room; the shower, if any, is to be equipped with soap, sanitary cloth towels, and adequate lighting and ventilation;
(i) clean drape material for draping clients during the massage, use of which shall be explained to the client prior to the massage, and which shall cover the buttocks and genitals of a male client at all times during the massage, and which shall cover the buttocks, breasts, and genitals of a female client at all times during the massage.
(6) Upon receipt of an application for a massage therapy establishment license, the Board may cause an initial inspection to be made of the site to confirm that the establishment meets the above requirements and is to be utilized for massage therapy and not for the purposes unlawful under the massage therapy statutes.
(7) Inspections may be initiated by the Board at any time during reasonable business hours after licensure of the establishment, which may include but are not limited to determining whether the establishment is in compliance with the rules governing the establishment’s operation, facilities, personnel, safety, sanitary requirements, and review of existing insurance coverage. Failure to cooperate with such inspection may lead to disciplinary action.
(8) No massage therapy establishment owner, lessee, or legal possessor shall knowingly engage in or permit any person or persons to engage in sexual activity in that owner’s massage establishment or to use that establishment to make arrangements to engage in sexual activity in any other place.
Author: Keith E. Warren Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§34-43-7. History: New Rule: Filed January 29, 2001; effective March 5, 2001. Amended: Filed November 9, 2006; effective December 14, 2006. Amended: Filed April 20, 2009; effective May 25, 2009. Amended: Filed February 10, 2012; effective March 16, 2012.
Penalties(a) Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this chapter shall be found guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for not more than six (6) months or by a fine not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500), or by both fine and imprisonment, at the discretion of the court.
(b) It shall be the duty of the prosecuting attorney in the county where the violation occurs, upon request by the Department of Health, to initiate proper legal proceedings in a court of competent jurisdiction to enforce the provisions of this chapter.
(c) Any person found guilty of violations of this chapter may be subject to emergency suspension or revocation of licensure dependent upon the findings.
(d)The courts of this state are vested with jurisdiction and power to enjoin the unlawful practice of massage therapy and related techniques in a proceeding by the department or by any citizen of this state in the county in which the alleged unlawful practice occurred or in which the defendant resides or in Pulaski County. The issuance of an injunction shall not relieve a person from criminal prosecution for violation of the provisions of this chapter, but the remedy of injunction shall be in addition to liability to criminal prosecution.
17-86-310. Display of license(a) An official license shall be conspicuously and publicly displayed in the place where the holder engages in the practice of massage therapy or instruction of massage therapy. A massage therapy school license shall be conspicuously displayed in the massage therapy school.20 (b) It is unlawful to tamper with or reduce in size an original massage therapy license issued by the Department of Health.(c) Each license shall provide the correct address of the department
Statutory Authority: Delaware Code §5307, §5313 – 5315, §5317, §5319 – 5321
(d) Massage establishment license; necessity. No person, firm, corporation, partnership, or other legal entity shall operate, maintain, or use premises as a massage establishment without first having secured a massage establishment license from the Board.
(e) Services rendered in unlicensed massage establishment, prohibition; exceptions. No person shall offer or render any of the services encompassed within the definition of massage and bodywork in a place that is not licensed as a massage establishment. This section shall not apply to a duly licensed massage therapist or certified massage technician who practices massage or bodywork outside of a massage establishment.
(a) A person not currently licensed as a massage or bodywork therapist or certified as a massage technician under this chapter, when guilty of engaging in the practice of massage or bodywork therapy or of practicing as a massage technician, or using in connection with the practitioner’s own name, or otherwise assuming or using any title or description conveying, or tending to convey the impression that the practitioner is qualified to practice massage or bodywork therapy, or to act as a massage technician, such offender shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Upon the first offense, the practitioner shall be fined not less than $100, nor more than $500 for each offense. For a second or subsequent conviction, the fine shall be not less than $500, nor no more than $1,000 for each offense. Superior Court shall have jurisdiction over all violations of this chapter.
(b) Where a person unlawfully operates, manages, owns, or advertises for any massage establishment or place where massage and bodywork services are rendered, the person shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor, and be imprisoned not more than 1 year or fined not more than $2300, or both. Superior Court shall have jurisdiction over all violations of this chapter.
(a) All massage establishments must be licensed pursuant to this chapter. Applications for licensure shall be submitted together with the required fees set by the Division of Professional Regulation.
(b) An application for massage establishment licensure shall identify the professional-in-charge and shall include notarized acknowledgement by the person identified as the professional-in-charge. At all times, the professional-in-charge shall be licensed pursuant to this chapter and shall hold a license in good standing as defined in this title. A licensee may serve as professional-in-charge for only 1 establishment at any given time, unless the licensee has sought and received a waiver. The Board shall be notified in writing of any change in the professional-in-charge within 10 business days of such change.
(c) Massage establishments shall employ only licensed massage and bodywork therapists or certified massage technicians to practice massage and bodywork.
(d) No massage establishment shall be used as or for a dormitory nor shall any licensee under this chapter permit any massage establishment to be so used.
(e) The Board shall establish by regulation the permissible operating hours of massage establishments, as well as the mechanisms to apply for a waiver. Services shall be rendered to the public in any massage establishment only during permissible operating hours when the establishment is open and may be inspected by any agent of the Division.
(f)(1) All internal and external doors shall be kept unlocked during operating hours except as follows:
a. Restroom doors may be locked.
b. External doors may be locked if the massage establishment is a business entity owned by 1 individual and has no more than 1 employee or independent contractor.
c. Internal doors may be locked to protect confidential patient or business information.
(2) If the inspecting official requests access to doors locked under this subsection during an inspection, the doors must be opened immediately. A person who refuses to immediately open a locked door during an inspection is unlawfully operating or managing the massage establishment under § 5317(b) of this title.
(g) No professional-in-charge of a massage establishment may allow, authorize, or tolerate in his or her massage establishment any activity or behavior prohibited by the laws of the State including such laws proscribing acts of or promotion of prostitution, indecent exposure, lewdness or obscenity.
(h) Any conviction of any crime identified in paragraph (g) of this section occurring on or in connection with the massage establishment shall be grounds for revocation of the license of the establishment and no new license for the operation of a massage establishment on the same premises or to the same professional-in-charge thereafter shall be issued for a period of 1 year.
(i) A massage establishment license issued pursuant to this chapter shall be issued for a single, identified location and is not assignable or transferable.
(j) A massage establishment may not advertise for sexually explicit services or engage in any sexually explicit advertising. Any such advertising will be imputed to the professional-in-charge and is grounds for discipline of the massage establishment license and the professional-in-charge’s license.
(k) The Board may establish by regulation additional requirements and prohibitions regarding the operation of massage establishments.
81 Del. Laws, c. 104, § 10; 70 Del. Laws, c. 186, § 1.;
(a) A placard, as provided by the Attorney General, shall be prominently displayed at all entrances of establishments that have failed to obtain a valid license or have a license that is suspended, revoked, or expired.
(b) Whenever, in the judgment of the Division, any person has engaged in or is about to engage in any acts or practices which constitute or will constitute a violation of any provision of this chapter or any rule, regulation or order issued thereunder, the Division may request the Attorney General to make application to the Court of Chancery for an order enjoining such acts or practices or for an order directing compliance and, upon a showing by the Division that such person has engaged or is about to engage in any such acts or practices, a permanent or temporary injunction, restraining order or other order may be granted.
(c) The unlawful operation, management, ownership, or advertisement of any massage establishment or place where massage and bodywork services are rendered is hereby deemed a public nuisance.
81 Del. Laws, c. 104, § 10.;
§ 5321 Inspections [Effective Jan. 22, 2018]
(a) An agent of the Division may enter and inspect during business hours, without prior notice, any massage establishment.
(b) An agent of the Division acting pursuant to subsection (a) of this section: may inspect and copy records of the establishment; may inspect within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner the premises and all pertinent equipment; and may inspect other things therein, including records, files, papers, and facilities relating to violation of this chapter.
(c) If a massage establishment is located within a therapist’s residence, an out call location, or is located within an office space shared with other businesses, an agent of the Division must have independent and sufficient legal justification before inspecting areas not used as a place of business for massage and bodywork by the establishment.
81 Del. Laws, c. 104, § 10.;
Delaware Regulations: Administrative Code : Title 24 12.0 Massage Establishments
“Advertise” or “advertising” means the public promotion of a service, by use of printed media, the internet, or any other advertising method or medium, to attract and encourage individuals to engage, purchase, or use the service referenced in the content of the advertisement.
“Dormitory” means a location in a massage establishment, other than a residence, where there are signs that individuals are living there or engaged in communal sleeping, including but not limited to, beds, mattresses or cots.
“Massage establishment” means any place of business that offers the practice of massage and bodywork and where the practice of massage and bodywork is conducted on the premises of the business, or that represents itself to the public by any title or description of services incorporating the words “bodywork,” “massage,” “massage therapy,” “massage practitioner,” “massagist,” “masseur,” “masseuse,” or other terms or modalities included in the definition of “massage and bodywork” in Section 2.0 of the Board’s rules and regulations or any images or photographs depicting massage or bodywork. A “place of business” includes any office, clinic, facility, salon, spa, or other location where a person or persons engage in the practice of massage and bodywork. The residence of a therapist, or an out call location which is not owned, rented, or leased by a massage therapist or massage establishment, shall not be considered a massage establishment, unless the location is advertised as the therapist’s or establishment’s place of business. The term “massage establishment” shall not include any “facility” as defined in §1131(4) of Title 16, any “hospital” as defined in §1001(3) of Title 16, physician offices, physical therapy facilities, chiropractic offices, or athletic training facilities, whether or not they employ, contract with, or rent to massage therapists, or institutions of secondary or higher education when massage therapy is practiced in connection with employment related to athletic teams or any other business establishment licensed pursuant to another chapter of this Title 24 of the Delaware Code.
“Professional-in-charge” means a licensee who is responsible for the operation of a massage establishment, including ensuring that all employees and contractors are licensed, where required by law.
“Sexual activity” means any direct or indirect physical contact by any person or between persons which is intended to erotically stimulate either person or both or which is likely to cause such stimulation and includes sexual intercourse, fellatio, cunnilingus, masturbation or anal intercourse. Sexual activity can involve the use of any device or object and is not dependent on whether penetration, orgasm or ejaculation has occurred.
“Sexually oriented business” means a sex parlor, massage parlor, nude studio, modeling studio, love parlor, adult bookstore, adult movie theater, adult video arcade, adult motel, or other commercial enterprise which has as its primary business the offering of a service or the sale, rent or exhibit of devices or any other items intended to provide sexual stimulation or sexual gratification to the customer.
12.2 License required.
12.2.1 All massage establishments shall be licensed pursuant to Chapter 53 of Title 24 of the Delaware Code and Section 12.0.
12.2.2 No massage establishment shall operate until the Board has approved and licensed the establishment.
12.2.3 A massage establishment license shall issue for a single, identified location and is not assignable or transferable.
12.2.4 When a massage establishment closes, is sold, has a change of name or change of ownership, the establishment shall notify the Board of such change within 10 days, and the license of the establishment shall be voided and a new license must be obtained.
18.104.22.168 The application for a new license shall be on the same form, containing the same information required for an original license, and shall be accompanied by the fee as determined by the Division.
22.214.171.124 The Board may issue a temporary operating permit to continue operation of the establishment for a period of up to ninety days pending the final disposition of the application.
12.2.5 All massage establishments shall have a professional-in-charge, who is a Delaware licensed massage therapist or certified massage technician, and who is responsible for supervision and operation of the establishment.
12.2.6 A massage establishment shall employ or contract for only Delaware licensed massage therapists or certified massage technicians to practice massage and bodywork.
12.2.7 A person licensed by the Board as a massage therapist or certified massage technician shall not work in a massage establishment unless such establishment has been licensed by the Board.
12.2.8 A sexually oriented business may not obtain a massage establishment license from the Board or operate as a massage establishment.
12.3 Application for massage establishment license.
12.3.1 An applicant for a massage establishment license shall file an application, on a Board approved form, with the fee set by the Division.
12.3.2 The application shall include:
126.96.36.199 The name and address of the massage establishment.
188.8.131.52 If a corporation:
184.108.40.206.1 The name and address of any person who directly or indirectly owns or controls the outstanding shares of stock in the massage establishment;
220.127.116.11.2 The names and addresses of the directors; and
18.104.22.168.3 A copy of the corporate charter and a statement identifying the corporation’s registered agent for service.
22.214.171.124 The name and address of the sole proprietor or partners.
126.96.36.199 If any other type of organization, the name and address of the owners.
188.8.131.52 The name, address and license number of the professional-in-charge and a notarized acknowledgment by the person so designated.
184.108.40.206 A current list of all establishment employees and/or contractors, which includes:
220.127.116.11.1 Full name;
18.104.22.168.2 Address; and
22.214.171.124.3 License number and expiration date (if a licensed massage therapist or certified massage technician).
126.96.36.199 A detailed floor plan of the proposed massage establishment that includes entrances and exits, length and width of establishment (in feet), total square feet and location of restrooms.
188.8.131.52 An attestation that the proposed location of the massage establishment is in compliance with all applicable laws and ordinances.
12.3.3 The Board shall not consider an application for licensure as a massage establishment until all items specified in subsection 12.3 are submitted to the Board’s office. If an application is complete in terms of required documents, but the applicant has not responded to a Board request for further information, explanation or clarification within 60 days of the Board’s request, the Board shall vote on the application as is.
12.3.4 Where an establishment license application has been denied, the Board shall not consider an establishment license for the same location until 6 months after denial of the initial application.
12.4.1 Each massage establishment shall be under the direction of a professional-in-charge, who shall provide complete and adequate supervision of that establishment.
12.4.2 At all times, the massage establishment’s professional-in-charge shall be a Delaware licensed massage therapist or certified massage technician with a license in good standing.
12.4.3 A licensee may serve as professional-in-charge for only 1 establishment at any given time.
12.4.4 The professional-in-charge is responsible for ensuring that all licensees providing massage services at the massage establishment comply with the Board’s Practice Act, Chapter 53 of Title 24 of the Delaware Code, and regulations.
12.4.5 The professional-in-charge is responsible for ensuring that all of the individuals providing massage services at the massage establishment are currently licensed, make timely application for license renewal, and meet the Board’s continuing education requirements.
12.4.6 The professional-in-charge shall not allow, authorize or tolerate any activity or behavior prohibited by the laws of this State, including such laws proscribing acts of or promotion of prostitution, indecent exposure, lewdness or obscenity or any of the criminal code violations set forth in Section 14.0.
12.4.7 The massage establishment shall notify the Board of any change in the professional-in-charge within 10 business days of such change.
12.5 Hours of operation.
12.5.1 Massage services may be provided at a massage establishment only between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., except that a massage commenced prior to 9:00 p.m. may be completed, and, subject to this qualification, no massage establishment shall be open and no massage services shall be provided between 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
12.6 Operation requirements.
12.6.1 Sign. A massage establishment shall post a sign containing the establishment’s name in a conspicuous location at the entrance.
12.6.2 Display of license. The original or copy of the massage establishment license, and the originals or copies of individual licenses of licensees providing massage services, shall be displayed in a conspicuous location in the establishment. A licensee who is working outside of a massage establishment shall have his/her license identification card in his/her possession and shall present it upon request of a client or Division agent.
12.6.3 Presence of licensee. A licensee who is either an employee or contractor of the massage establishment shall be on the premises of the establishment if a client is in a treatment room for the purpose of receiving a massage.
12.6.4 Dormitory prohibited. A massage establishment shall not be used as a dormitory nor shall any licensee permit any massage establishment to be so used.
12.6.5 Records. For each client receiving services, the massage establishment shall keep a client intake form which shall contain at least the following information: client’s name and licensee’s name; dated signatures; and client’s medical history, including medications, health status, allergies and past surgeries. Pursuant to subsection 11.1.15, such forms and any other client records shall be retained on the premises of the massage establishment for a period of at least three years from the last date that services were provided.
12.6.6 Attire. All establishment employees and/or contractors, including licensees, shall wear clean, non-transparent outer garments, such as uniforms, scrubs or business casual wear. Such garments shall not expose their genitals, pubic areas, buttocks or breasts.
12.6.7 Doors: All internal and external doors shall be kept unlocked during operating hours except as follows:
184.108.40.206 Restroom doors may be locked.
220.127.116.11 External doors may be locked if the massage establishment is a business entity owned by 1 individual and has no more than 1 employee or contractor.
18.104.22.168 Internal doors may be locked to protect confidential patient or business information.
22.214.171.124 Where a massage establishment is located in a residence, the door between the establishment and the residence may be locked.
12.6.8 Windows: No massage establishment located in a building or structure with exterior windows fronting a public street, highway, walkway or parking area shall block visibility into the interior reception and waiting area through the use of curtains, closed blinds, tints or any other material that obstructs, blurs or unreasonably darkens the view into the premises.
12.7 Prohibition of sexual activity.
12.7.1 Sexual activity in a massage establishment is absolutely prohibited.
12.7.2 No massage establishment owner, professional-in-charge or licensee shall engage in, or permit any person or persons, to engage in, sexual activity in a massage establishment or to use that establishment to make arrangements to engage in sexual activity in any other place.
12.7.3 No licensed massage therapist or certified massage technician shall use the practitioner-client relationship to engage in sexual activity with any client or to make arrangements to engage in sexual activity with any client.
12.8.1 The contents of any advertising shall include the name of the massage establishment, its address, its business phone number and establishment license number.
12.8.2 An advertisement shall not contain any representations that a massage establishment employee or contractor is willing to provide services which are illegal under the laws or regulations of the State of Delaware or the United States.
12.8.3 Photographs, drawings, written or verbal statements used in any advertising shall not explicitly communicate that services offered are for the purpose of sexual stimulation or gratification.
12.9.1 Licensed massage establishments are subject to inspection by an agent of the Division, presenting appropriate identification, during business hours, with or without notice.
12.9.2 During the inspection, the agent of the Division shall not interrupt an in-progress treatment session.
12.9.3 The purpose of massage establishment inspections is to verify compliance with the standards of Section 12.0 and Chapter 53 of Title 24 of the Delaware Code and to verify that the establishment and all individuals providing massage services have valid licenses issued by the Board and that such licenses are conspicuously displayed on the premises.
12.9.4 An agent of the Division may inspect and copy records of the massage establishment; may inspect within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner the premises, subject to subsection 12.9.2, and all pertinent equipment; and may inspect other things therein, including records, files, papers and facilities.
12.9.5 If a massage establishment is located within a licensee’s residence, an out call location or is located within an office space shared with other businesses, an agent of the Division must have independent and sufficient legal justification before inspecting areas not to be used as a place of business for massage and bodywork.
12.9.6 The massage establishment shall allow, appear for and cooperate with an inspection.
12.10 License renewal. All massage establishment licenses shall be renewed biennially. Licenses shall expire on August 31 of each even numbered year. The failure of the Board to give, or the failure of the licensee to receive, notice of the expiration date of a license shall not prevent the license from becoming invalid after its expiration date. A massage establishment shall not provide massage services after a license has expired.
12.11 Request for waiver or variance.
12.11.1 The Board may grant a waiver of any of the requirements of Section 12.0 where there is a showing that complying with the requirement would result in extreme and undue hardship, as long as granting the waiver will not jeopardize the public health, safety or welfare.
12.11.2 The Board may vary the application of any requirement of Section 12.0 as long as the requestor demonstrates that the intent of the requirement is being met in an alternative manner to that described in the Section.
12.11.3 A waiver or variance is not transferable to another licensee or another location.
12.11.4 The Board may modify, suspend or revoke a waiver or variance.
21 DE Reg. 815 (04/01/18)
14.0 Crimes Substantially Related to the Practice of Massage and Bodywork:
14.1 Conviction of any of the following crimes, or of the attempt to commit or of a conspiracy to commit or conceal or of solicitation to commit any of the following crimes, is deemed to be substantially related to the practice of massage and bodywork in the State of Delaware without regard to the place of conviction:
14.1.1 Reckless endangering in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §604
14.1.2 Abuse of a pregnant female in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §606.
14.1.3 Assault in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §612
14.1.4 Assault in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §613.
14.1.5 Unlawfully administering drugs. 11 Del.C. §625.
14.1.6 Unlawfully administering controlled substance or counterfeit substance or narcotic drugs. 11 Del.C. §626.
14.1.7 Murder by abuse or neglect in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §633.
14.1.8 Murder by abuse or neglect in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §634.
14.1.9 Murder in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §635.
14.1.10 Murder in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §636.
14.1.11 Incest. 11 Del.C. §766.
14.1.12 Unlawful sexual contact in the third degree. 11 Del.C. §767.
14.1.13 Unlawful sexual contact in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §768.
14.1.14 Unlawful sexual contact in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §769.
14.1.15 Rape in the fourth degree. 11 Del.C. §770.
14.1.16 Rape in the third degree. 11 Del.C. §771.
14.1.17 Rape in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §772.
14.1.18 Rape in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §773.
14.1.19 Sexual extortion. 11 Del.C. §774.
14.1.20 Continuous sexual abuse of a child. 11 Del.C. §776.
14.1.21 Dangerous crime against a child. 11 Del.C. §777.
14.1.22 Sex offender unlawful sexual conduct against a child. 11 Del.C. §777A.
14.1.23 Sexual abuse of a child by a person in a position of trust, authority or supervision in the first degree; penalties. 11 Del.C. §778.
14.1.24 Sexual abuse of a child by a person in a position of trust, authority or supervision in the second degree; penalties. 11 Del.C. §778A.
14.1.25 Female genital mutilation. 11 Del.C. §780.
14.1.26 Kidnapping in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §783.
14.1.27 Kidnapping in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §783A.
14.1.28 Trafficking an individual, forced labor and sexual servitude; class D felony; class C felony; class B felony; class A felony. 11 Del.C. §787.
14.1.29 Acts constituting coercion. 11 Del.C. §791.
14.1.30 Arson in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §803.
14.1.31 Burglary in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §825.
14.1.32 Burglary in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §826.
14.1.33 Robbery in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §832.
14.1.34 Carjacking in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §835.
14.1.35 Carjacking in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §836.
14.1.36 Insurance fraud. 11 Del.C. §913.
14.1.37 Health care fraud. 11 Del.C. §913A.
14.1.38 Dealing in children. 11 Del.C. §1100A.
14.1.39 Endangering the welfare of a child; class E or G felony. 11 Del.C. §1102.
14.1.40 Sexual exploitation of a child. 11 Del.C. §1108.
14.1.41 Unlawfully dealing in child pornography. 11 Del.C. §1109.
14.1.42 Possession of child pornography. 11 Del.C. §1111.
14.1.43 Sexual offenders; prohibitions from school zones. 11 Del.C. §1112.
14.1.44 Sexual solicitation of a child. 11 Del.C. §1112A.
14.1.45 Hate crimes; felony. 11 Del.C. §1304.
14.1.46 Stalking. 11 Del.C. §1312.
14.1.47 Cruelty to animals; felony. 11 Del.C. §1325.
14.1.48 Bombs, incendiary devices, Molotov cocktails and explosive devices. 11 Del.C. §1338.
14.1.49 Adulteration. 11 Del.C. §1339.
14.1.50 Lewdness. 11 Del.C. §1341.
14.1.51 Prostitution. 11 Del.C. §1342.
14.1.52 Patronizing a prostitute prohibited. 11 Del.C. §1343.
14.1.53 Promoting prostitution in the third degree. 11 Del.C. §1351.
14.1.54 Promoting prostitution in the second degree. 11 Del.C. §1352.
14.1.55 Promoting prostitution in the first degree. 11 Del.C. §1353.
14.1.56 Permitting prostitution. 11 Del.C. §1355.
14.1.57 Abuse, neglect, mistreatment or financial exploitation of residents or patients. 16 Del.C. §1136(a), (b) and (c).
14.1.58 Abuse, neglect, exploitation or mistreatment of infirm adult. 31 Del.C. §3913(a), (b) and (c).