For many years, the Oro Valley Police Department has provided fingerprinting to the public. An individual’s personal fingerprints remain the single unique way to positively identify someone. As a result, there are varieties of reasons that national, state and local laws and ordinances require the public to be fingerprinted. A few reasons why the public must be fingerprinted are for teachers, childcare professionals, financial professionals, homeland security, applications for local licenses and permits.
The Oro Valley Police Department provides public fingerprinting sessions twice a week. Our fingerprinting sessions are staffed by members of the Citizen Volunteer Assistants Program (CVAP). These members are fully trained and are completely familiar with all aspects of ink and roll procedures. In addition to the weekly sessions, by special arrangement, large groups of citizens may be fingerprinted at an off site location.
Fingerprinting services are available on the following days and times:
Tuesdays 8 - 10 a.m.
Thursdays 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
- $10.00 fee per card (credit cards are now being accepted)
- Must show a photo ID (i.e. driver's license, passport, etc.)
- If you are a teacher, please contact the school district for the required paperwork, prior to getting fingerprinted.
Those requesting fingerprints, must see the receptionist to complete a Fingerprint Card and must pay prior to getting fingerprinted.