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UPD is conducting fingerprinting at the University Police Department, located at the Campus Support Complex.
Please see the red circle on the map below for our location.
*A small percentage of submitted prints are rejected either by Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) or the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). If rejected, you will be contacted to schedule a new appointment for retaking prints.
The criminal history obtained from this fingerprinting is a "Level 2 background check" and is defined in Florida Statute 435. Level 2 refers to a state and national fingerprint-based check and applies to those employees or volunteers designated by law as holding positions of responsibility or trust. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Volunteer & Employee Criminal History System (VECHS) fingerprinting process involves a search of the following databases:
The FGCU Police Department is a qualified VECHS entity through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). All criminal history/background checks are electronically transmitted to FDLE. After FDLE checks their statewide database, they then forward fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) for a check of their national database.
Our state of the art fingerprinting system is LiveScan which allows electronic scanning of fingerprints, as well as electronic submission to the FDLE, and the FBI. We generally have results of the criminal history/background check available within one week.
The fee is $48 for printing FGCU employees, usually covered by the hiring department.
On September 18, 2012, the FGCU Board of Trustees approved Regulation FGCU-PR5.006 requiring background checks for all employees. On January 22, 2013 the President approved FGCU Policy 3.037 regarding background checks for employees. Current employees who have received a verified level 2 criminal background checks by FGCU University Police Department (UPD) or another agency, with the results reported to FGCU Human Resources, on or after July 1, 2012 are considered in compliance with the current policy.
In an effort to make it convenient to comply with the required background checks, the University Police Department (UPD) has made the arrangements listed below to assist you. All fingerprinting is by appointment and is set in 15 minute increments, so please be on time.
Your full cooperation and timely compliance with this policy by current employees is required.
For questions concerning the policy or persons needing to be fingerprinted:
Please contact Human Resources for information on the New Hire or employee VECHS form at 239-590-1400.
For questions involving the fingerprint appointment website, or fingerprinting:
Please contact Dianna Sandora, UPD, 239-590-1904 or dispatch at 239-590-1900