IMPORTANT: CCIU Fingerprinting Services will be CLOSED until the CCIU is permitted to be re-opened. If you have any questions/concerns about fingerprinting and/or appointments, please email: email@example.com .
CCIU Fingerprinting ServicesIMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: CCIU is no longer a public fingerprinting site.After much consideration and analysis, CCIU is no longer offering fingerprinting services to the public (Effective: April 23, 2018). Members of the community who need to be fingerprinted can be fingerprinted at any public IdentoGO fingerprint location. For a current list of locations, visit: https://www.identogo.com/locations .
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FINGERPRINTING PROCESS:
Visit IdentoGO at: http://uenroll.identogo.com
Call IdentoGO at: 844-321-2101 (Press 1 for English then Press 6 to Speak with a Person)Need a fingerprinting site closer to you? Need more appointment availability? Contact IdentoGO for assistance. They will be able to assist you with your questions and concerns about fingerprinting in your area.
If you have any questions/concerns about the fingerprinting process, locations in your area, appointment availability, please reach out to IdentoGO at: 844-321-2101, Press 1 for English, then press 6 to speak with a representative.---CCIU Private Fingerprinting Services (EYO)CCIU is offering private fingerprinting services to CCIU School Partners and CCIU Staff. If you are a CCIU School Partner and/or CCIU Staff, contact your Human Resources staff for more details. Human Resources staff can visit: http://fp.cciu.org for more information about the EYO program.
For those EYO applicants with fingerprinting appointments at the CCIU please note the following:
IMPORTANT: Fingerprinting Applicants will need to bring the following with them to their appointment:
1. Valid driver’s license or passport
2. Credit/Debit Card in their name or a Money Order. (Cost through December 31, 2018: Employees: $22.60, Volunteers: $21.35. NEW COST EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2019: Employees: $23.85, Volunteers: $21.85). Money Orders should be made payable to “Idemia”.To cancel or change an appointment, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 484-237-5018.QUESTIONS? Contact us at: email@example.com or 484-237-5018---FAQ - Frequently Asked QuestionsQ1. What is my service code?A1. Your service code is provided by the person/organization who is asking you to be fingerprinted. Here are links to the various PA agencies that require fingerprinting clearances. The PA agencies have more information in regards to necessary service codes. Additional information about fingerprinting and service codes can be found in the attached document.Link for PA Department of Education (PDE): https://www.education.pa.gov/Educators/Clearances/Pages/default.aspxLink for PA Department of Human Services (OCYF), Office of Children Youth & Families, formerly known as the PA Dept of Public Welfare: http://dhs.pa.gov/publications/findaform/childabusehistoryclearanceforms/index.htmLink for PA Department of Human Services (OMAP), Office of Medical Assistance Programs (Service Code for OMAP is not public. Applicant is provided the code by OMAP through the Agency application process: http://dhs.pa.gov/learnaboutdhs/dhsorganization/officeofmedicalassistanceprograms/index.htmLink for PA Dept of Aging: http://www.aging.pa.gov/organization/advocacy-and-protection/Pages/Criminal-History-Background-Checks.aspx#.VKmSK4rF9Q0Link for PA Dept of Banking & Securities: http://www.dobs.pa.gov/Businesses/Pages/default.aspxLink for PA State Police: http://www.psp.pa.gov/MPOETC/Pages/mpoetc.aspxLink for PA Dept of Transportation: http://www.dmv.pa.gov/Driver-Services/Commercial-Driver/Hazmat-Endorsement/Pages/default.aspx
Links for PA Dept of Health: https://www.pa.gov/guides/pennsylvania-medical-marijuana-program/ Link for information about PA Dept of Health Service Code: https://padohmmp.custhelp.com/euf/assets/Caregiver_Background_Check_Process.pdf
Links for PA Dept of Insurance: http://www.insurance.pa.gov/Licensees/BeforeYouApply/Pages/default.aspx Link for information about PA Dept of Insurance Service Code:
Q2: I am under 18 and I do not have valid photo identification, what can I do?
A2: If you are under 18 and you do not have valid photo identification, you and your parent(s) can complete a PA Photo ID Waiver for Minors. This option is only available when registering for the PA Dept of Education and the PA Dept of Human Services. Click here for a link to download the PA Photo ID Waiver for Minors.
Q3: My Pennsylvania employer has asked me to get three background checks completed. Can you help me identify the three background check clearances that I need?
A3: Check with your employer to confirm the background check clearances that you need. The three most common background checks are:
Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance: https://www.compass.state.pa.us/cwis
Pennsylvania State Police Background Clearance: https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp
FBI Fingerprint Background Clearance: http://uenroll.identogo.com
For more information about the Pennsylvania Background Check Requirements, visit: http://keepkidssafe.pa.gov
Q4: Where can I have ink fingerprints and/or a fingerprint card completed?
A4: In Chester County, you can have ink fingerprints and/or a fingerprint card completed at the Chester County Courthouse, Sheriff's Office, 201 W. Market St, Suite 1201, West Chester, PA 19382. Questions? Call: 610-344-6850