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All applicants and prospective volunteers who will or may have unsupervised contact with children or vulnerable adults as defined by A.R.S. Section 13-3623.F.6 are required, under A.R.S. 41-1750 and City Ordinance 603 to be fingerprinted for a criminal background check..
Applicants and volunteers are required to provide their fingerprints on a standard, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) applicant card or present a valid Level 1 fingerprint card upon employment or appointment of volunteer status with the City. Your fingerprint card will be forwarded to the Arizona Department of Public Safety and FBI for review.
Criminal history information revealed by the state or FBI that conflicts with the information provided by the applicant or volunteer may be grounds for rejection and/or termination from employment or volunteer services. Certain positions require polygraph testing prior to employment.
NOTE: A criminal conviction does not constitute an automatic bar to employment or volunteering.
If a position uses FBI criminal history to determine suitability of an applicant for employment, license, or benefit, the applicant is afforded the opportunity to challenge the accuracy of the record and assure that the record is complete.
You are advised that the procedures for challenging, correcting, and updating and FBI criminal history record are contained in Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), section 16.34. Information on how to review and challenge your FBI criminal history record can be found at www.fbi.gov under Identity History Summary Check or by calling (304) 625-5590.
To obtain a copy of your Arizona criminal history to review/update/correct the record, you can contact the Arizona Department of Public Safety Criminal History Records Unit at (602) 223-2222 to obtain a fingerprint card and a Review and Challenge packet. Information on the review and challenge process can be found on the DPS website (www.dps.gov).
If you feel your criminal history record is inaccurate or incomplete, you may request information from the City HR Department on how to begin the review and challenge process.
You have 30 days from the date the City receives your criminal history results to notify the City if you plan to challenge the accuracy of your record. If you don't feel this is an adequate amount of time, please request additional time through the HR Manager.
I have read and understand this information on the collection and use of my criminal history information and understand I have the right to the review and challenge process.
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