Fingerprinting, ID Badges & Background Checks

  • Jessica Lunsford Act

    Background screening requirements pursuant to florida law for certain non-instructional school district employees and contractors states in part-"Non-instructional school district employees or contractual personnel who are permitted access on school grounds when students are present, who have direct contact with students or who have access to or control of school funds must meet level 2 screening requirements as described in s.1012.32."

    All individuals must come prepared with the necessary forms in order to be fingerprinted.

    A Driver's License or State Issued Identification is required!

    New Employees (including Substitutes)
    The individual gets the "Request for Background Check for Applicants" form from the site and/or department that is offering the position.

    Current Employees (Re-fingerprints)
    Current Employees being re-fingerprinted must bring in their completed "orange" Re-fingerprint Card. These cards are mailed out with the re-fingerprint notification.

    Vendors/Contractors
    Vendor/Contractors will receive a"Request for Background Check for Vendor/Contractors" form to complete when they arrive at the Fingerprint Office. You will also be given a "red" fingerprint card to complete.

    Student Interns
    Student Interns must bring a completed "Request for Background Check for Students" form which you will receive from your school/department. Once you arrive at the Fingerprint Office, you will be given a "yellow" fingerprint card to complete.

    Mentors and School Volunteers
    The individual gets the form from the site that the individual will be placed.

Contact

  • 850-487-7293

    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    2757 West Pensacola St.
  • Waiting Period
    The waiting period from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) is approximately 24 - 48 hours. However, at certain times of the year when our volume is extremely high, the waiting period can extend out to 5-7 days.

    Fingerprinting is done on a first come - first served basis.
     
    Rejections
    It is possible for fingerprints to be rejected. Candidates will be notified of the rejection and will be requested to come in for a second attempt. If the second attempt is not successful, a manual background check will then be performed.

    Appeals
    The LCSB policy states:
    Applicants who have been denied because of their criminal record shall receive written notice and may request reconsideration. Their appeal must be addressed to the Superintendent and submitted in writing. see policy 2.02 (11)