ADHS Compliant Fingerprinting for Dispensaries in Arizona
- Digital Only and Printed on FD-258 Card
- Fingerprint Verification Form
- Envelope Sealed according to ADHS Standards
- We either mail for you (postage fees apply) or we return to applicant sealed and ready for ADHS processing
+ Annual Archiving
- Rolled on live-scan machine and printed on FD-258 Card
- Prints are archived electronically and can be reprinted as needed
- No need to have employees come back in for re-fingerprinting annually, re-printing is $20 each plus shipping, if any.
- Run a background check before you send Dispensary Agent Application
- Includes State & Federal Criminal Records Comprehensive Nationwide Check
- Add $10 per county plus court fees for any hits that need to be verified per applicant
General Information Medical Marijuana Fingerprinting for ADHS
In accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) §36-2819, fingerprints are required to be submitted to conduct a state and federal criminal records check for the following individuals:
a designated caregiver (Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.) R9-17-202(F)(6)(k));
a custodial parent and/or legal guardian acting as a designated caregiver for a patient under 18 years of age
a dispensary agent individual (A.A.C. R9-17-311(7)) who
- is serving as a principal officer or board member for the dispensary*
- is employed by or contracted with the dispensary
- is providing volunteer services at or on behalf of the dispensary
Fingerprints Used Check Criminal History
Your fingerprints will be used to check the criminal history records of the FBI. If you have an FBI criminal history record, ADHS must provide you the opportunity to complete or challenge the accuracy of the information in the record. You would be afforded an opportunity, pursuant to the uniform administrative hearing procedures as provided in A.R.S. 41-1092 et al. (Title 41, Chapter 6, Article 10) before ADHS takes final administrative action based on information in the FBI criminal history record.
The procedures for obtaining a change, correction, or for updating your FBI criminal history record are set forth in Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Section 16.30 through 16.34. Information on how to review and challenge your FBI criminal history record can be found at www.fbi.gov under Criminal History Summary Checks or by calling (304) 625-3878.
To obtain a copy of your Arizona criminal history in order to review/update/correct the record, you can contact the DPS Criminal History Records Unit at (602) 223-2222 to obtain a fingerprint card and a
Review and Challenge packet. Information on the review and challenge process can be found on the DPS website (www.azdps.gov).