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Yes. Federal Departmental Order DO 556-73 allows that any individual may request a Copy of a Record (or proof that a record does not exist). Only you can request a copy of your own Identification Record. Accurate Biometrics was the first channeling agency in the country to be approved for this service on July 21, 2011.

Individuals typically make this request for personal review, to challenge the information on record, to satisfy a requirement for adopting a child in the U.S. or internationally, or to satisfy a requirement to live, work or travel in a foreign country (i.e., police certificate, letter of good conduct, criminal history background, etc.).

To obtain your individual FBI response, you can visit our office at 12777 W Jefferson Blvd., Building D, Ste. 3111 office in Los Angeles. For more information, or to apply for your FBI criminal history response by mail, visit Link

Individuals in California have the right to request a copy of their own criminal history information from the Department of Justice (DOJ) to review for accuracy and completeness. To receive a copy of your own criminal history record, you will need to be fingerprinted. Our fee is $45, which includes the $25 processing fee for the DOJ. For more information, or to get started visit self check
To view the DOJ information page, visit https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/record-review
No. Each time you are fingerprinted, your results are sent to the requesting agency/ employer. Your records are maintained by that agency and your criminal background will be updated in accordance with the state statutes. Each employer/agency that requires fingerprinting maintains their own employees criminal history records. A new set of fingerprints is required by state law every time a criminal background check is required by an an agency or organization for employment or licensing.
The cost of your fingerprints depends on the ATI number. The ATI number is provided to you by the state agency requesting the background check. Please contact our office at (916) 318-7890 for pricing information. Our rolling fee is $20 in addition to state and federal processing fees.
We accept all major credit cards, money orders, cashier’s checks, company/agency checks and pre-approved billing terms. We DO NOT accept cash or personal checks.

  • Fingerprints are processed on average between 24-72 hours. The State agency requesting the background check will receive a response directly from the California Department of Justice (DOJ). If there is an arrest record on the current applicant, the process may take a little longer to come back, but most responses are sent from DOJ to the State agency within 72 hours.
  • Self check results are mailed directly to the applicant.

You can look up your results on the DOJ Applicant Background Check Status page here:
https://applicantstatus.doj.ca.gov/. You will be asked to enter your applicant transaction identifier (ATI).
The DOJ FAQ page can be found here: https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/faq
The results are sent directly to the State agency that is requesting the background check. The results are not sent to the individual being fingerprinted. Accurate Biometrics does not receive responses from the fingerprint background checks for any submissions sent to the California Department of Justice. Accurate Biometrics does receive the responses for submissions sent directly to the FBI (Channeling and Departmental Order) and will disseminate the response to the individual or authorized agency.
You can obtain a copy of your criminal history background check by contacting the State agency that originally requested the background check. The FBI requires agencies who obtain FBI criminal history records pursuant to a fingerprint submission to make the criminal history available to the applicant upon request.
For all of the background check results, you must contact the company or the State agency that requested the background check.
You can check your results on the DOJ Applicant Background Check Status page here: https://applicantstatus.doj.ca.gov/. You will be asked to enter your applicant transaction identifier (ATI) – the number on your receipt that references your fingerprint transaction that is provided to you by Accurate Biometrics. Here is the DOJ contact page for questions and more information: https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/contactus
No. Fingerprint responses are sent directly to the requesting agency by DOJ. You can check your results on the DOJ Applicant Background Check Status page here: https://applicantstatus.doj.ca.gov/. You will be asked to enter your applicant transaction identifier (ATI) – the number on your receipt that references your fingerprint transaction that is provided to you by Accurate Biometrics.
You can check your results on the DOJ Applicant Background Check Status page here: https://applicantstatus.doj.ca.gov/. You will be asked to enter your applicant transaction identifier (ATI) – the number on your receipt that references your fingerprint transaction that is provided to you by Accurate Biometrics. The DOJ contact page is linked below for questions and more information: https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/contactus
  • Missing or incorrect data – When this occurs the data is corrected and the record is resubmitted to the California DOJ. This does not require action by the applicant.
  • Poor quality due to age of the applicant, previous work history (brick layer, gardener, teacher). When a print record is rejected due to poor quality, the applicant must be reprinted in an attempt to obtain fingerprint images of a higher quality.
  • Missing, deformed or bandaged fingers.
You should start by reviewing the steps on the California Courts’ page on “Cleaning Your Record” at http://www.courts.ca.gov/1070.htm