(A) Pursuant to section 3123.96 of the Revised Code, a child support enforcement agency (CSEA) may establish a program to increase child support collections by publishing and distributing a series of posters displaying child support obligors who are delinquent in their support payments. CSEA posters may be printed and displayed electronically.
(B) When a CSEA chooses to establish a CSEA poster program, each CSEA poster shall include:
(1) Photographs of and information about ten obligors who meet the submittal criteria outlined in paragraph (C)(1) of rule 5101:12-50-65 of the Administrative Code as confirmed by the CSEA;
(2) The CSEA's toll-free telephone number that the public may use to report information regarding the whereabouts of any of the obligors displayed on the CSEA poster; and
(3) Any other information that the CSEA considers appropriate.
(C) The CSEA shall send a notice to each obligor who is being considered for display on a CSEA poster by ordinary, first class mail to the obligor's last known address. The CSEA may use the JFS 07022, "Notice to Obligor: Inclusion on Poster" (04/92) for this purpose. The notice shall state that the obligor may avoid being included on the poster by doing all of the following within ninety days after receipt of the notice:
(1) Making a payment that is at least equal to the monthly support obligation;
(2) Providing the CSEA with a current address;
(3) Providing the CSEA with evidence from each current employer of current wages, salary, and other compensation; and
(4) Providing the CSEA with evidence that arrangements have been made for withholding from the obligor's wages, salary, or other compensation to pay support and arrears.