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In 1993, Congress passed the National Child Protection Act (NCPA) that authorized criminal history record checks for persons who work with children in either an employee or volunteer status.This Act was amended in 1994 to include elderly and disabled persons.Please make sure to follow the instuctions on all forms.Requests with missing data and wrong payment amount will be returned.The Idaho State Police (ISP), Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI), has established a program pursuant to the National Child Protection Act to permit qualified entities to submit fingerprint cards on employees and volunteers to receive state and federal criminal history information, in order to promote a broader exchange of criminal history information for purposes of assisting entities that provide care, treatment, education, training, instruction, supervision or recreation to children, the elderly or individuals with disabilities.
If you are needing fingerprint services outside the Treasure Valley please contact your local police department or sheriff's office.
The official taking the fingerprints must date and sign the fingerprint card.
The date must be within 180 days of the fingerprint check submission.
The repository is an automated database of records based on arrests reported to BCI from Idaho criminal justice agencies.
As per Idaho Code, Section 67-3008, the bureau shall be the state's sole source of fingerprint submissions for criminal justice and applicant or licensing purposes to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.