Arizona Fingerprint Card Criminal History

Arizona Fingerprint Card Criminal History

After receiving the state and federal criminal history record of a person, the Arizona Department of Public Safety  compares the record with the list offenses that could keep a person from receiving a fingerprint clearance card. Below is a list of criminal offenses that could keep a person from receiving a fingerprint clearance card. However, if a person’s Arizona Fingerprint Card Criminal History record does not contain any of the below they’ll receive a fingerprint clearance card if they successfully obtain a Good Cause Exception

Those with recent criminal history that isn’t a precluded offense may be forced to go to an Arizona Fingerprint Board administrative hearing before an administrative law judge. 

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CRIMINAL HISTORY THAT PREVENTS GETTING A FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE CARD

  1. Sexual abuse of a vulnerable adult.
  2. Incest.
  3. First or second degree murder.
  4. Sexual assault.
  5. Sexual exploitation of a minor.
  6. Sexual exploitation of a vulnerable adult.
  7. Commercial sexual exploitation of a minor.
  8. Commercial sexual exploitation of a vulnerable adult.
  9. Child sex trafficking as prescribed in section 13-3212.
  10. Child abuse.
  11. Abuse of a vulnerable adult.
  12. Sexual conduct with a minor.
  13. Molestation of a child.
  14. Molestation of a vulnerable adult.
  15. A dangerous crime against children as defined in section 13-705.
  16. Exploitation of minors involving drug offenses.
  17. Taking a child for the purpose of prostitution as prescribed in section 13-3206.
  18. Neglect or abuse of a vulnerable adult.
  19. Sex trafficking.
  20. Sexual abuse.
  21. Production, publication, sale, possession and presentation of obscene items as prescribed in section 13-3502.
  22. Furnishing harmful items to minors as prescribed in section 13-3506.
  23. Furnishing harmful items to minors by internet activity as prescribed in section 13-3506.01.
  24. Obscene or indecent telephone communications to minors for commercial purposes as prescribed in section 13-3512.
  25. Luring a minor for sexual exploitation.
  26. Enticement of persons for purposes of prostitution.
  27. Procurement by false pretenses of person for purposes of prostitution.
  28. Procuring or placing persons in a house of prostitution.
  29. Receiving earnings of a prostitute.
  30. Causing one’s spouse to become a prostitute.
  31. Detention of persons in a house of prostitution for debt.
  32. Keeping or residing in a house of prostitution or employment in prostitution.
  33. Pandering.
  34. Transporting persons for the purpose of prostitution, polygamy and concubinage.
  35. Portraying adult as a minor as prescribed in section 13-3555.
  36. Admitting minors to public displays of sexual conduct as prescribed in section 13-3558.
  37. Unlawful sale or purchase of children.
  38. Child bigamy.
  39. Trafficking of persons for forced labor or services.

CRIMINAL HISTORY THAT DOES NOT PREVENT GETTING A FINGERPRINT CLEARANCE CARD WITH A GOOD CAUSE EXCEPTION

A person who has been convicted of the following can receive a fingerprint clearance card with a good cause exception:

  1. Manslaughter
  2. Endangerment
  3. Threatening or intimidating
  4. Assault
  5. Unlawfully administering intoxicating liquors, narcotic drugs or dangerous drugs
  6. Assault by vicious animals
  7. Drive by shooting
  8. Assaults on officers or fire fighters
  9. Discharging a firearm at a structure
  10. Indecent exposure
  11. Public sexual indecency
  12. Aggravated criminal damage
  13. Theft
  14. Theft by extortion
  15. Shoplifting
  16. Forgery
  17. Criminal possession of a forgery device
  18. Obtaining a signature by deception
  19. Criminal impersonation
  20. Theft of a credit card or obtaining a credit card by fraudulent means
  21. Receipt of anything of value obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card
  22. Forgery of a credit card
  23. Fraudulent use of a credit card
  24. Possession of any machinery, plate or other contrivance or incomplete credit card
  25. False statement as to financial condition or identity to obtain a credit card
  26. Fraud by persons authorized to provide goods or services
  27. Credit card transaction record theft
  28. Misconduct involving weapons
  29. Misconduct involving explosives
  30. Depositing explosives
  31. Misconduct involving simulated explosive devices
  32. Concealed weapon violation
  33. Possession and sale of peyote
  34. Possession and sale of a vapor-releasing substance containing a toxic substance
  35. Sale of precursor chemicals
  36. Possession, use or sale of marijuana, dangerous drugs or narcotic drugs
  37. Manufacture or distribution of an imitation controlled substance
  38. Manufacture or distribution of an imitation prescription-only drug
  39. Manufacture or distribution of an imitation over-the-counter drug
  40. Possession or possession with intent to use an imitation controlled substance
  41. Possession or possession with intent to use an imitation prescription-only drug
  42. Possession or possession with intent to use an imitation over-the-counter drug
  43. Manufacture of certain substances and drugs by certain means
  44. Adding poison or other harmful substance to food, drink or medicine
  45. A criminal offense involving criminal trespass under title 13, chapter 15
  46. A criminal offense involving burglary under title 13, chapter 15
  47. A criminal offense under title 13, chapter 23
  48. Child neglect
  49. Misdemeanor offenses involving contributing to the delinquency of a minor
  50. Offenses involving domestic violence
  51. Arson
  52. Kidnapping
  53. Felony offenses involving sale, distribution or transportation of, offer to sell, transport or distribute or conspiracy to sell, transport or distribute marijuana, dangerous drugs or narcotic drugs
  54. Robbery
  55. Aggravated assault
  56. Felony offenses involving contributing to the delinquency of a minor
  57. Negligent homicide
  58. Criminal damage
  59. Misappropriation of charter school monies as prescribed in section 13-1818
  60. Taking identity of another person or entity
  61. Aggravated taking identity of another person or entity
  62. Trafficking in the identity of another person or entity
  63. Cruelty to animals
  64. Prostitution
  65. Sale or distribution of material harmful to minors through vending machines as prescribed in section 13-3513
  66. Welfare fraud.

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