Applicant Submission
ORI (Code assigned by DOJ)
Authorized Applicant Type
Type of License/Certification/Permit OR Working Title (Maximum 30 characters - if assigned by DOJ, use exact title assigned)
Contributing Agency Information:
Agency Authorized to Receive Criminal Record Information
Mail Code (five-digit code assigned by DOJ)
Street Address or P.O. Box
City ZIP Code
Contact Name (mandatory for all school submissions)
Contact Telephone Number
Applicant Information:
Last Name
First Name Middle Initial Suffix
Other Name: (AKA or Alias)
Last Name First Name
Date of Birth
Male Female
Driver's License Number
Weight Eye Color
Hair Color
Place of Birth (State or Country)
Social Security Number
Street Address or P.O. Box City ZIP Code
(Agency Billing Number)
(Other Identification Number)
Your Number:
OCA Number (Agency Identifying Number)
Level of Service:
If re-submission, list original ATI number:
(Must provide proof of rejection)
Original ATI Number
Employer (Additional response for agencies specified by statute):
Employer Name
Street Address or P.O. Box
ZIP Code
Mail Code (five digit code assigned by DOJ)
Telephone Number (optional)
Live Scan Transaction Completed By:
Name of Operator Date
Transmitting Agency LSID ATI Number Amount Collected/Billed
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(If the Level of Service indicates FBI, the fingerprints will be used to check the
criminal history record information of the FBI.)
I have received and read the included Privacy Notice, Privacy Act Statement, and Applicant's Privacy Rights.
Applicant Signature
License Cert or Permit
Insurance License
California Department of Insurance
320 Capitol Mall
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Privacy Notice
As Required by Civil Code § 1798.17
Collection and Use of Personal Information. The California Justice Information Services (CJIS)
Division in the Department of Justice (DOJ) collects the information requested on this form as authorized
by Business and Professions Code sections 4600-4621, 7574-7574.16, 26050-26059, 11340-11346, and
22440-22449; Penal Code sections 11100-11112, and 11077.1; Health and Safety Code sections 1522,
1416.20-1416.50, 1569.10-1569.24, 1596.80-1596.879, 1725-1742, and 18050-18055; Family Code
sections 8700-87200, 8800-8823, and 8900-8925; Financial Code sections 1300-1301, 22100-22112,
17200-17215, and 28122-28124; Education Code sections 44330-44355; Welfare and Institutions Code
sections 9710-9719.5, 14043-14045, 4684-4689.8, and 16500-16523.1; and other various state statutes
and regulations. The CJIS Division uses this information to process requests of authorized entities that
want to obtain information as to the existence and content of a record of state or federal convictions to
help determine suitability for employment, or volunteer work with children, elderly, or disabled; or for
adoption or purposes of a license, certification, or permit. In addition, any personal information collected
by state agencies is subject to the limitations in the Information Practices Act and state policy. The DOJ's
general privacy policy is available at
Providing Personal Information. All the personal information requested in the form must be provided.
Failure to provide all the necessary information will result in delays and/or the rejection of your request.
Access to Your Information. You may review the records maintained by the CJIS Division in the DOJ
that contain your personal information, as permitted by the Information Practices Act. See below for
contact information.
Possible Disclosure of Personal Information. In order to process applications pertaining to Live Scan
service to help determine the suitability of a person applying for a license, employment, or a volunteer
position working with children, the elderly, or the disabled, we may need to share the information you give
us with authorized applicant agencies.
The information you provide may also be disclosed in the following circumstances:
With other persons or agencies where necessary to perform their legal duties, and their use of
your information is compatible and complies with state law, such as for investigations or for
licensing, certification, or regulatory purposes.
To another government agency as required by state or federal law.
Contact Information. For questions about this notice or access to your records, you may contact the
Associate Governmental Program Analyst at the DOJ's Keeper of Records at (916) 210-3310, by email at
, or by mail at:
Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information & Analysis
Keeper of Records
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170
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Privacy Act Statement
Authority. The FBI's acquisition, preservation, and exchange of fingerprints and associated
information is generally authorized under 28 U.S.C. 534. Depending on the nature of your application,
supplemental authorities include Federal statutes, State statutes pursuant to Pub. L. 92-544,
Presidential Executive Orders, and federal regulations. Providing your fingerprints and associated
information is voluntary; however, failure to do so may affect completion or approval of your
Principal Purpose. Certain determinations, such as employment, licensing, and security clearances,
may be predicated on fingerprint-based background checks. Your fingerprints and associated
information/biometrics may be provided to the employing, investigating, or otherwise responsible
agency, and/or the FBI for the purpose of comparing your fingerprints to other fingerprints in the FBI's
Next Generation Identification (NGI) system or its successor systems (including civil, criminal, and
latent fingerprint repositories) or other available records of the employing, investigating, or otherwise
responsible agency. The FBI may retain your fingerprints and associated information/biometrics in NGI
after the completion of this application and, while retained, your fingerprints may continue to be
compared against other fingerprints submitted to or retained by NGI.
Routine Uses. During the processing of this application and for as long thereafter as your fingerprints
and associated information/biometrics are retained in NGI, your information may be disclosed
pursuant to your consent, and may be disclosed without your consent as permitted by the Privacy Act
of 1974 and all applicable Routine Uses as may be published at any time in the Federal Register,
including the Routine Uses for the NGI system and the FBI's Blanket Routine Uses. Routine uses
include, but are not limited to, disclosures to: employing, governmental, or authorized non-
governmental agencies responsible for employment, contracting, licensing, security clearances, and
other suitability determinations; local, state, tribal, or federal law enforcement agencies; criminal justice
agencies; and agencies responsible for national security or public safety.
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Noncriminal Justice Applicant's Privacy Rights
As an applicant who is the subject of a national fingerprint-based criminal history record check for
a noncriminal justice purpose (such as an application for employment or a license, an immigration
or naturalization matter, security clearance, or adoption), you have certain rights which are
discussed below.
You must be provided written notification1 that your fingerprints will be used to check the
criminal history records of the FBI.
You must be provided, and acknowledge receipt of, an adequate Privacy Act Statement
when you submit your fingerprints and associated personal information. This Privacy Act
Statement should explain the authority for collecting your information and how your
information will be used, retained, and shared. 2
If you have a criminal history record, the officials making a determination of your
suitability for the employment, license, or other benefit must provide you the opportunity
to complete or challenge the accuracy of the information in the record.
The officials must advise you that the procedures for obtaining a change, correction, or
update of your criminal history record are set forth at Title 28, Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR), Section 16.34.
If you have a criminal history record, you should be afforded a reasonable amount of time
to correct or complete the record (or decline to do so) before the officials deny you the
employment, license, or other benefit based on information in the criminal history record. 3
You have the right to expect that officials receiving the results of the criminal history record check
will use it only for authorized purposes and will not retain or disseminate it in violation of federal
statute, regulation or executive order, or rule, procedure or standard established by the National
Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council. 4
If agency policy permits, the officials may provide you with a copy of your FBI criminal history
record for review and possible challenge. If agency policy does not permit it to provide you a copy
of the record, you may obtain a copy of the record by submitting fingerprints and a fee to the FBI.
Information regarding this process may be obtained at
If you decide to challenge the accuracy or completeness of your FBI criminal history record, you
should send your challenge to the agency that contributed the questioned information to the FBI.
Alternatively, you may send your challenge directly to the FBI. The FBI will then forward your
challenge to the agency that contributed the questioned information and request the agency to
verify or correct the challenged entry. Upon receipt of an official communication from that agency,
the FBI will make any necessary changes/corrections to your record in accordance with the
information supplied by that agency. (See 28 CFR 16.30 through 16.34.)
You can find additional
information on the FBI website at
Written notification includes electronic notification, but excludes oral notification
See 28 CFR 50.12(b)
See U.S.C. 552a(b); 28 U.S.C. 534(b); 34 U.S.C. § 40316 (formerly cited as 42 U.S.C. § 14616), Article IV(c)