Civilian Fingerprinting/Employment Background

WebCheck - Civilian Fingerprinting/Employment Background

What is WebCheck and how does it work?

WebCheck electronically transfers fingerprints and other data from the inquiring agency to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI&I). This technology speeds up background checks by the use of a Fingerprint Scanner and an Ohio Driver's License or Ohio identification card with the magnetic strip, connected to the WebCheck System.  The computer then sends all information over the Internet to BCI&I's computer center, which automatically compares the information against the fingerprints and criminal histories stored in the Ohio Automated Fingerprint Identification System database.

Service Hours

Due to the rise in COVID cases within the community, the Civilian Fingerprinting/Employment Background Service is being temporarily suspended. Please check back for updates.

If you have any questions, please call (937) 645-7300, option 1 and ask to speak with our Administrative Assistant or Records Clerk.

When will the results be available?

It can vary, but requesting agencies usually receive the information within 30 days of the prints being taken.

Who will get the results?

The results will be mailed to the employing agency. This is why it is important to complete the request accurately and completely.

Is there a charge for the service?

The Marysville Division of Police incurs a fee from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation for each WebCheck background check.  We also incur an annual maintenance fee.  The total fees incurred are passed on to anyone wishing to participate. The cost for a WebCheck is $56 for both FBI and BCI. BCI only is $32 and FBI only is $34. We currently accept cash in the exact amount (we cannot make change), check/money order or credit card. 

Required criteria:

The person being fingerprinted must have a valid Driver's License or current Identification card with photo. The person must be at least eighteen years of age. If under eighteen, the person must be accompanied by a parent/guardian who is required to sign a waiver. No WebCheck will be conducted without the proper identification.

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