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 any one of our fingerprint locations in Illinois or mail a completed FBI form 258 fingerprint card along with a completed fingerprint authorization form. Click the following link for instructions on how to obtain your FBI criminal history response. Link To FBI Criminal History Report
You can review the complete FBI Guide to Identity Verification here.Primary Accepted Forms of Photo Identification:
To contact the Illinois State Police (ISP) directly to follow up on your results, their office number is 815-740-5160, ext. 2. You will need your TCN number from your fingerprinting receipt.
Contact Accurate Biometrics at 866-361-9944 to confirm a successful transmission to the Illinois State Police. Accurate Biometrics will provide you with the date and time that the record was successfully received by the ISP. With this information, you must contact the Illinois State Police Bureau of Identification and let Customer Service know the TCN, date and time of receipt by ISP via phone 815-740-5160 or E-mail: email@example.com
It is very important that you notify Accurate Biometrics within 15 days if your agency did not receive your response. The Illinois State Police will only regenerate a UCIA response within 30 days of a print date and a Fee App within 90 days of print date. After these time frames, neither Accurate Biometrics nor the Illinois State Police are responsible for fingerprint response dissemination.