Kentucky will furnish potential employers with an applicant's record of convictions, guilty pleas and Alford pleas involving felony offenses, and certain other enumerated offenses that are not felonies. Records other than those related to a felony will be provided only for the five-year period immediately prior to the request for the records.
Ban the box for public employers. An Executive Order requires state agencies to remove questions on criminal history from employment applications (Ky. Exec. Order 2017064).
Louisville ban the box. The City of Louisville has a ban-the-box law for city workers and vendors.