It also provides criminal background checks for personal inquiries. to p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, no appointments necessary.
Idaho code 67-3008 (6) states "A person or private agency, or public agency, other than the department, shall not disseminate criminal history record information obtained from the department to a person or agency that is not a criminal justice agency or a court without a signed release of the subject of record or unless otherwise provided by law." Fingerprinting services are offered at 700 S. Our fee is .00 for the first card and .00 for each additional card. This does not include the background-processing fee.
The Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) provides information and identification services that assist law enforcement agencies detect and apprehend criminals, which promote public and officer safety, and that support the criminal justice system in the prosecution, adjudication, and correctional supervision of offenders.Recipients of BCI services and assistance include every component of the criminal justice community: local, state, and federal.BCI also directly interacts with and serves the general public through some of its functions; BCI strives to be customer-driven and service-oriented.Non-law enforcement, non-criminal justice agencies and individuals may receive records maintained by the Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) through the methods outlined below.This service is often used to conduct background checks for licensing and employment screening.