Summer Camp Fingerprinting Information Guide
In order to facilitate fingerprinting for the many participants involved with summer camp
programs, we are asking the Directors, Directors appointee(s) or responsible person for
each summer camp program to review the information below to ensure they are aware of
the process involving Fingerprinting/Criminal History Check.
Location and Hours of Operation for Fingerprinting/Criminal History
The fingerprinting building is located at 1420 Wahnish Way on the corner of Wahnish
Way and Gamble. For the purpose of scheduling, our hours of operations are Monday
through Thursday from 8:00AM to 12noon and 2:00PM to 4:00PM. There is a limit to
the number of people that can be fingerprinted each day. Please begin scheduling your
participants as soon as possible as we anticipate fingerprinting several hundred
participants. Once your schedule has been submitted to our office, we will only
fingerprint those participants you have scheduled. Should you need to add or subtract
from your schedule, you will be required to submit their name to this office via email.
Substitution will be accommodated during your scheduled time; however, addition may
have to be scheduled at a later date.
The cost for fingerprinting summer camp program participants is $37.25 per person. As
of February 11, 2010, we only accept money orders, cashier checks or departmental
budget transfers in this office. Attached to this email is a copy of the budget transfer
form should you chose to use this method of payment. If the department or program
chooses to pay via budget transfer, the budget transfer form must be completed and
returned to this office. Once we have verified that the funds are available in the account
listed on the form, fingerprinting can begin. The time period for budget transfer
verification takes approximately two working days from the time we receive the properly
completed form. Participants can also pay by credit card at our main Department of
Public Safety office (Parking Service Window) located at 2400 Wahnish Way. The
participant will be given a receipt by staff which they must bring to this office.
Proper Identification/ Fingerprinting/Criminal History Waiver Form
In order to be fingerprinted, summer camp participants are required to present a valid US
Government /State identification. No other form of identification will be accepted.
All summer camp participants must sign a FDLE VECH (Volunteer & Employee
Criminal History ) Waiver Agreement and Statement before they are fingerprinted. Once
we verify that the participants have signed the waiver form, the waiver form must be
returned to the Human Resources Office. Under no exception will anyone be
fingerprinted without first having signed the waiver.
Fingerprinting/Criminal History Results
It takes approximately 2-4 working days for FDLE to return criminal history results to the
university. Please ensure that you have scheduled your participants well in advance of
this time period to ensure that their results have been returned and are clear to work.
As of November 1, 2010, The Department of Children and Families now determines each
participants ability to work based on the results of their criminal history check. You will
be notified of their decision by the Coordinator for Summer Programs.
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Fingerprinting/Criminal History Contact Information
Michael Watson Kelli Iyanu
Office Fax: 850-599-8025