Quick Easy no mess Digital fingerprinting for Background screening, also keep you children safe have them finger printed and keep them in a safe place they could help in case of an emergency the more you have the better.
Fingerprinting services can be on a walk-in basis or by appointment.
Please bring a government issued ID at the time of your appointment.
Acceptable forms of ID are:
LiveScan is a device that electronically takes your fingerprints and other information, and then uploads that information to the FDLE (Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement) who in turn sends them to the FBI for a fingerprint background check.
Why do I need one? Depending on your occupation, the Florida State Legislature and several Florida State Agencies require it to ensure the safety and security of Florida’s children, elderly and general public.
Many industries and regulatory agencies in the state of Florida require the submission of a complete set of legible fingerprints to facilitate Level 2 background checks necessary for many reasons, such as licensing, employment, or working with children. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) has approved FastFingerprints to provide Level 2 Livescan electronic fingerprints.
If you are required by the Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Health, Department of Business and Professional Regulations, Department of Children and Families, Department of Education, Volunteer and Employee Criminal History System, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services or other organizations to submit a Level 2 Livescan background check, visit one of our convenient FastFingerprints locations throughout the state of Florida for a quick and efficient fingerprinting solution.
A fingerprint check is usually conducted through a State Bureau of Criminal Identification or The Federal Bureau of Identification to either identify someone or conduct a criminal background check.
These two things differ in that the fingerprint check to identify an individual most likely involves a criminal case, either for identifying a suspect or in the worst case scenario, a victim of a crime. Fingerprints have traditionally been the most commonly used method of identifying an individual but not necessarily the best option when conducting background checks.
Fingerprint: The impressions and marks on the surface of a person’s fingertips. Since these are unique patterns for each person, fingerprints are used as an identification tool.
Ink Cards: A specific piece of paper used to capture people’s fingerprints by using black ink. This practice was the standard for all fingerprinting until modern times when the electronic fingerprint scanning system was invented.
National WebCheck: A website used by companies to search for criminal records for a background check. This platform is completely electronic and submits an individual’s fingerprints for review at the state and federal levels.
While we have all heard the phrase; “No two fingerprints are alike” and that is not the case. Due to variations in the methods used to categorize and collect fingerprint samples, variation and distortions can exist in the samples taken. Statistics widely vary on how accurate manual fingerprinting analysis and identification is; however, computerized fingerprint scanners and identification have become so sophisticated that they were found to be accurate 99% of the time in a study conducted by The Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
A FDLE fingerprint searches only the state of Florida. The FBI is a national database search. You can get either a FDLE, FBI or both depending on the reason for the fingerprinting. Having both the FDLE and the FBI searches completed are especially important for candidates who have lived in another state in the past 5 years or more. A crime could have been committed in another state and if only the state of Ohio is searched, those criminal records could be missed.