Moore Prints LLC
utilizes an electronic fingerprint
systems that allow you to capture fingerprints and print high quality
fingerprint cards, to submit fingerprint files for applicant criminal
records checks, or to scan ink and paper cards and convert them for
electronic submission to law enforcement agencies for criminal record
LiveScan Fingerprint Systems
With live scan systems, fingerprints are
captured optically and electronically, without using the messy inks and
paper forms most people associate with having their fingerprints
Applicants prefer live scan, and are often fascinated with the
technology when they see it used. Because of this, it is easier for
operators to capture clear fingerprints; and great print quality
results in faster and simpler applicant records checks that speed your
DS84c Scanner & Interop Palm Scanner systems incorporate a
quality check system to make sure that the fingerprints are clear and dark
enough to be processed by the AFIS and IAFIS to which they will be submitted.
This is accompanied by an indicator that tells the operator which
finger to print next, also on-board video that shows them in real
time how to roll the print. So, even a novice or a secondary or back
up operator can approach taking fingerprints with confidence, and will
maximize the number of successful submissions.
Live scan systems include both telephone
modems and network interface cards for direct electronic submission. No matter which method you choose, electronic submission from a
live scan system can reduce weeks or months of time spent waiting for an
applicant check to a few days or even a few minutes.
What To Bring?
In order to receive Live Scan service you must present a *valid photo
ID to the technician. The following are examples of acceptable forms of
- DMV ID Card
Out-of-state Driver's License
Alien Registration / Immigration Green Card
Military ID Card
Mexican Consulate ID Card
The illustration below is a sample of a BCII
8016 "Request for Live Scan" service form. The following are important
fields that are to be completed:
1. ORI Code
- The Agency's "Applicant Record Identifier" assigned by the DOJ.
2. Type of Application
& job title.
Agency Address Set
- that will receive Applicant background information.
4. Mail Code
- Agency's 5-digit, DOJ assigned code.
- Name of the Agency contact person.
- Agency contact person telephone number.