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Civilian Background Check Training Manual

Civilian Background Check Training Manual

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Published by Mike DeWine

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Published by: Mike DeWine on May 24, 2012
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Contact Information
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI)
 www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov  
Civilian Identification Unit
 Monday through Friday Phone: 740-845-2375 or 877-224-00438:00am 4:30pm Fax: 740-845-2633
Fiscal Department
Phone: 740-845-2613Fax: 740-845-2023
Civilian Quality Assurance Unit
Phone: 740-845-2113Email:Nationalwebcheck@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov  
Other State Agencies
Ohio Legislative Service Commission 614-466-3615 or 800-282-0253 www.lsc.state.oh.us Ohio Department of Education 614-466-3593 www.ode.state.oh.us Ohio Department of Health 614-644-7311 or 614-466-5500 www.odh.ohio.gov  Ohio Department of Aging 614-466-5623 or 800-266-4346
 
 www.aging.ohio.gov  
Certified National WebCheck Vendors
Innovative Biometric Systems 614-508-SCAN www.IB-Systems.com Biometric Information Management 614-791-3220 www.bioinfomgt.com Cogent Systems 614-718-9691 www.CogentSystems.com 
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Forensics Source 800-347-1200, option #2 www.forensicssource.com Sirchie Fingerprint Lab 800-356-7311 www.sirchie.com 
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 The Bureau was created on July 9, 1921. It began as a minor records keeping facility in conjunction with the Department of Public Welfare. A few years later, it wasmoved to the Department of Mental Hygiene and Corrections.In 1963, BCI was moved to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office and wasexpanded to encompass a broader range of activities. At this time, the InvestigationsDivision was formally added.BCI is the central repository for all criminal records in Ohio. The IdentificationDivision currently maintains about 1.7 million sets of criminal fingerprints. The Civilian Identification Section is responsible for processing backgroundchecks for the State of Ohio and the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI). Allcivilian fingerprint submissions and the background check results that are generatedfrom them are handled in this section.
 
 The Civilian Quality Assurance Unit was formed in May of 2008. The purposeof this unit is to increase communication between BCI and the WebCheck agencies inOhio. This unit is also responsible for training new WebCheck agencies, retraining existing agencies, and monitoring all background check requests submitted by the WebCheck agencies to verify that they are being conducted in accordance with Stateand Federal Law.

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