Tri-State Investigations 330-788-9945
Please read and print the following pages. The top portion explains the office changes that we had to make in conjunction with Covid-19. The bottom portion is the Waiver. Please print it off, fill it out and bring it with you.
Our policies and procedures have changed. Unfortunately, our office hours are still limited for the time being as we adjust and reopen for business. Our hours will change so please check our website for additional changes to hours and days of operation. As always feel free to call our office if needed at 330-788-9945.
Appointments are appreciated; they will help us operate more efficiently. We are also taking walk-ins but without an appointment we cannot estimate your wait time. When arriving at the office please have your waiver completed then call and check in at 330-788-9945 to inform us that you have arrived. Your name, phone number and time the call was received will be placed on a list in order. Unless you have an appointment, customers will be served in the order of which they have arrived. We will call each person when it is his or her turn to be printed.
New office policies as of May 18, 2020
Our office will take one customer at a time meaning that 1 person is allowed in the office at a time. Temperatures will be taken before access is granted, you must have your own mask and wear it while at our office. If you are ill we cannot print you. Everyone must sanitize their hands upon entry. Our office is taking every precaution to protect our employees and customers. If you are ill we will ask you to leave and to return when you are feeling better. These policies have been mandated by Ohio Governor Mike Dewine. Full cooperation is appreciated. Please know that we have installed safety guards and that we thoroughly sanitize between clients which includes door knobs, equipment, seating areas and all surfaces. Our technicians will now wear gloves, masks and shields. They must take their temperature when arriving to work. As always we take great pride in our work and will do all that we can to make your visit quick and comfortable. We are all in this together and we have missed working with our local businesses and the wonderful folks that they send our way.
Below is the waiver slip required for fingerprinting. The entire waiver must be filled out completely before we can fingerprint you. Please print it out and bring it with you filled out completely. If you do not have the information below you must contact your employer or state department that is requiring your background check to be done before coming to the office.
- NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT YOU PRINT THIS WAIVER AND BRING IT WITH YOU. IT MUST BE COMPLETED. IF YOU CANNOT PRINT THIS WAIVER THERE WILL BE BLANK WAIVERS OUTSIDE NEAR OUR DOOR THAT YOU CAN FILL OUT. YOU MUST KNOW ALL OF THE INFORMATION NEEDED FOR THE WAIVER PRIOR TO ENTERING THE BUILDING FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT.
Web Check Waiver – Please Read, print a copy and fill it out in full
I certify that the personal identifiers provided on this form are accurate and I voluntarily and knowingly authorize this WebCheck Agency –Tri-State Investigations, to submit information to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCII) to conduct a criminal record check. I voluntarily and knowingly authorize BCII to disseminate criminal arrest(s), conviction and juvenile delinquency records to the WebCheck Provider or agency I have designated to receive this information. I voluntarily and knowingly release and discharge the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, BCII, and their employees from all claims and liability related to this authorized criminal record review and dissemination. This authorization and waiver is valid for one (1) year from the date this background check was conducted.
Under 18 Legal Guardian’s Signature:_________________________
Your Phone Number:_____________________
Mail to Information: Reason Code Information:
Your ORC Reason Code or Codes:_________________________
Your Company Street Address:_______________________________
City and State: _________________________________________________
Direct Send Information: Is this a direct send? Yes No
If marked Yes where does it go:________________________________________
City:____________________ State:_____ Zip:________
What do you need done? FBI_______BCI________ INK________
Witness: Terri A. Hempstead/ Owner/Operator FEF182 _____________________________________________
NONCRIMINAL JUSTICE APPLICANT’S RIGHTS
As an applicant who is subject of a national fingerprint-based criminal history check for a noncriminal justice purpose (such as an application for a job or a license, an immigration or naturalization matter, security clearance, or adoption), you have certain rights which are discussed below.
You must be notified by the requesting agency that your fingerprints will be used to check the criminal history records of the FBI.
- If you have a criminal history record, the officials making a determination of your suitability for the job, license, or other benefit must provide you the opportunity to complete or challenge the accuracy of the information in the record.
- The officials must advise you that the procedures for obtaining a change, correction, or updating of your criminal history record are set fourth at Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), section 16.34
- If you have a criminal history record, you should be afforded a reasonable amount of time to correct or complete the record(or decline to do so) before the officials deny you the job, license, or other benefit based on information in the criminal history record.
You have the right to expect that officials receiving the results of the criminal history record check will use if only for authorized purposes and will not retain or disseminate it in violation of federal statue, regulation or executive order, or rule, procedure or standard established by the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council.
If agency policy permits, the officials may provide you with a copy of your FBI criminal history record for review and possible challenge. If agency policy does not permit it to provide you a copy of the record, you may obtain a copy of the record by submitting fingerprints and a fee to the FBI. Information regarding this process may be obtained at https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjjs/identity-history-summary-checks.
If you decide to challenge the accuracy or completeness of you fbi criminal history record, you should send your challenge to the agency that contributed the questioned information to the FBI. Alternatively you may send you challenge directly to the FBI. The FBI will then forward your challenge to the agency that contributed the questioned information and request the agency verify or correct the challenged entry. Upon receipt of an official communication from that agency, the FBI will make any necessary changes/corrections to your record in accordance with the information supplied by that agency. (See 28 CFR 16.30 through 16.34)
If you need additional information or assistance, please contact the Identification Quality Assurance Unit at 740-845-2113 or NationalWebcheck@ohioattorneygeneral.gov. Should you have additional questions please call the Ohio Attorney Generals office at 1-740-845-2113. 1 See 28 CFR50.12(b)2 See 5 U.S.C. 552a(b);28 U.S.C. 534(b); 42 U.S.C. 14616, Article IV(c), 20.33 (d) and 906.2 (d).
Signature_______________________________X Web Check Waiver 05-01-2020