Illinois State Bill 143 requires all school employees of state recognized private schools to undergo fingerprinting for criminal history record checks with the State Police and the FBI. Under this legislation, all school employees, student or substitute teachers, volunteers and contractors are eligible to get State and FBI fingerprint-based criminal history background checks.
The following name-based checks are also available through the Illinois State Police website and should also be used in addition to fingerprint-based checks:
Visit the Illinois State Police Sex Offender Registry here: https://www.isp.state.il.us/sor/
Violent Offender Against Youth Registry: http://www.isp.state.il.us/crimhistory/chri.cfm
Please contact the Account Management Team at 773-685-5832 to learn how to obtain an ORI and set up an account. Once an account is established, Accurate Biometrics will provide a customized fingerprinting form for the applicants.
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*Price: The cost of fingerprinting will be billed to your specified school/diocese. There is NO cost to you!
The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (PL 109-248) is a federal act which was signed into law on July 27, 2006. Section 151 and 153 of the act require the U.S. Attorney General to ensure access to Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) national criminal history record information by (1) governmental social service agencies with child protection responsibilities, (2) child welfare agencies, and (3) public and private elementary and secondary schools and state and local educational agencies. For the full AWA law, visit http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs3.asp?ActID=2098
The Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, (PL 109–248) is available here:
For more information on the compliance policy of the Office for the Protection of Children and Youth of the Archdiocese of Chicago, click here: