|Background Investigation Check Policies and Procedures|
|Directions for Completing Fingerprint Card|
|To Challenge Your Record|
In order to meet Idaho Code 33-130, the fee to cover the cost to process a fingerprint card will change beginning July 1, 2015. This new fee will cover the costs charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Idaho State Police.
The fingerprint fee as of July 1, 2015 is as follows:
Checks received after July 1, 2015 in the amount of $40 will be returned to the school district.
All adults working in Idaho public schools (certificated and non-certificated), or applying for certification, are currently required to have the results of a background investigation check on file with the State Department of Education. This process includes:
The State Department of Education has approved a new payment process for the Background Records Office. This process, which was designed to assist the districts in meeting the five-day submission requirement, will allow a district to make advance deposits to cover fingerprinting to the Background Records Office. As fingerprints are received from the district, the processing fees will be subtracted from the balance of the prepaid account. Districts will be notified when the account is getting low on funds. For more information, please contact Shannon Haas at the Department at (208) 332-6888 SHHaas@sde.idaho.gov or Brenda Arnold (208) 332-6882 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Background Investigation Check
If you have questions regarding the Idaho Background Investigation Check process, please contact Shannon Haas: email@example.com or telephone: (208) 332-6888.
|Policy for Background Investigation Checks for Student Teachers 2|
|Instructions for Handling Fingerprint Cards and ISP Noncriminal Justice Applicant Privacy Statement|
|Substitute Teacher/Multiple District Assignment Form for School Personnel|
|Background Investigation Database MOA|
| Request results form
It is the State Department of Education's current policy not to send results to the applicant if the results are over three months old. To be consistent with policy, a three months separation from service or pending change in status requires a new background check. The results may be released to the individual employee with this completed and signed form if their fingerprint check is less than three months old.
|Procedure for Suspending and Unsuspending|
|Sex Offender Registry Release Form|
|Noncriminal Justice Applicant Privacy Statement Form|