What is a request for Live Scan service?
Live scan is digital fingerprint submission transmitted electronically to the California Department of Justice (DOJ). Live scan is an automated service for criminal history background checks that may be required as a condition of employment, licensing, certification, foreign adoptions or VISA/Immigration clearances.
What is a live scan for EMT?
Live Scan background checks for EMT include California Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Fingerprinting is done using “Live Scan” technology and uses computer images to send fingerprints immediately to the DOJ and FBI.
Is Live Scan still valid?
To check the status of your live scan, you can visit the DOJ website by clicking here. You will need the following information: Your date of birth (DOB) The 10-digit Automated Transaction Identifier (ATI) number that is located at the bottom of the Live Scan Applicant Request form.
What does complete mean for Live Scan?
For Applicants: Once you see the “Complete – Date”, that means you can contact your requesting agency, as they have received the Live Scan results for your application. If the status remains on “In Progress”, this means the DOJ is still processing your background check and you have to wait.
What does alias mean on Live Scan form?
Enter any other names you have used
Alias: Enter any other names you have used. Date of Birth: You must provide your date of birth in order for the Secretary of State’s Office to process your background check.
How do I access my Live Scan?
To check the status of your live scan, you can call the DOJ hotline at (916) 227-2300 or visit the DOJ website by clicking here.
What shows up on a live scan?
What Does A Live Scan Reveal? A live scan will reveal all your criminal history. Live scan fingerprinting can even include your federal record. Typically, the summary of your criminal history record will include various things like arrests, charges, dispositions, convictions, dismissals, diversions, and others.