Public Fingerprints

Greene County Central Booking

Public Fingerprinting

The Greene County Central Booking Department provides the service of fingerprinting members of the public for the purpose of receiving an FBI fingerprint card.

Teachers, Nurses, Child Care Providers, Volunteers, Coaches, ATF Licenses, Hospital Employees, Gas and Oil Employees, HAZMAT Drivers, Assisted Living Employees, and many more can use this service to be fingerprinted. 

We provide the fingerprinting process and provide you with a copy of the fingerprints on an approved FBI Applicant Fingerprint Card. Submitting the appropriate applications along with the fingerprint card will be your responsibility.

 

Information

Fingerprints can be taken at the Greene County Central Booking Center Located at the Greene County Prison.

Contact Information
Captain Jerad Cline
Email: jcline@co.greene.pa.us
Phone: (724) 627-7780

Location
Greene County Prison
855 Rolling Meadows Rd
Waynesburg, PA 15370

Hours of Operation
OPEN
Monday - Saturday 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
CLOSED
Sundays and Holidays

Fee
There is a $30 processing fee. 
This fee is payable with only a Money Order. (We will not accept cash or check)
The Money Order must be payable to the "County of Greene"
Payment is collected at the time of service.

Items to Bring
Valid State or Federal ID
$30 Money Order
Employers Address Information (If Applicable)
Public Fingerprint Information Form  [Filled Out] (These forms are available at the Greene County Prison if you are unable to print one.)
 

Follow the below steps after being fingerprinted at Greene County Central Booking



Step 1: Complete the Applicant Information Form.

If the request is for a couple, family, etc., each person must complete and sign a form.
Include a complete mailing address. Please provide your telephone number and e-mail address, if available.
Your results will be provided on standard white paper and returned to you by First-Class Mail via the U.S. Postal Service.
Self-addressed envelopes will not be accepted. This includes pre-paid Priority Mail, FedEx account numbers, United Parcel Service, etc., foreign postage coupons, and requests to forward correspondence to the Department of State for the apostille process.

 

Step 2: Obtain a Set of Your Fingerprints

Your fingerprints should be placed on a standard fingerprint form (FD-258) commonly used for applicant or law enforcement purposes. The FBI will accept FD-258 fingerprint cards on standard white paper stock.
You must provide a current fingerprint card. Previously processed cards or copies will not be accepted.
Your name and date of birth must be provided on the fingerprint card.
You must include rolled impressions of all 10 fingerprints and impressions of all 10 fingerprints taken at the same time (these are sometimes referred to as plain or flat impressions).
If possible, have your fingerprints taken by a fingerprinting technician. This service may be available at a law enforcement agency. The FBI recommends that red or purple ink not be used for fingerprinting.
Fingerprints taken with ink or via live scan are acceptable. If your fingerprints are taken via a live scan device, a hard copy must be generated so the fingerprint card can be mailed to the FBI.
To ensure the most legible prints possible, refer to the Recording Legible Fingerprints page. If fingerprints are not legible, the fingerprint card will be rejected. This could cause delays in processing and could also result in additional fees.
The name on your response letter will match the name indicated on the fingerprint card when your application, payment, and fingerprint card are submitted via the mail.
If the last four digits of your Social Security number are needed on your response letter, then please ensure the full nine-digits or last four digits of your Social Security number are on the fingerprint card when submitting your request.
For more information, refer to the Recording Friction Ridges module. 

 

Step 3: Submit Payment

Option 1: Pay by credit card using the Credit Card Payment Form. Don’t forget to include the expiration date of the credit card that you are using.
Option 2: Obtain a money order or certified check for $18 U.S. dollars made payable to the Treasury of the United States. Please be sure you sign where required.
Important note: Cash, personal checks, or business checks WILL NOT be accepted and sending any of these will delay processing of your request.
Payment must be for the exact amount.
If the request is for a couple, family, etc., include $18 for each person.
The FBI will provide one sealed response for each request received. You may make as many copies as needed upon receipt of your response. Note: If you need additional sealed responses mailed to the same address or separate address, you must submit an additional request with another payment of $18 for each sealed response requested. Also, if you need additional copies of your response that do not need to be in a sealed envelope, you may make as many copies as needed upon receipt of your response.
If you are unable to pay the $18 fee, your request for a waiver of the fee must include a claim and proof of indigence, such as a notarized affidavit of indigence.
The FBI will not accept additional payment to expedite your request.

 

Step 4: Review

Review the Identity History Summary Request Checklist to ensure that you have included everything needed to process your request.

 

Step 5: Mail the Required Items Listed Above

Mail the required items listed above—signed applicant information form, fingerprint card, and payment of $18 U.S. dollars per person—to the following address:

FBI CJIS Division – Summary Request
1000 Custer Hollow Road
Clarksburg, WV 26306

 

What Happens Next

If we find no Identity History Summary on file, you will receive a response by First-Class Mail via the U.S. Postal Service indicating that you have no prior arrest data on file at the FBI. If you do have an Identity History Summary on file, you will receive your Identity History Summary or “rap sheet” by First-Class Mail via the U.S. Postal Service.

The above information is from the FBI website 

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