State Required Biometric Information Disclosure and Authorization

Please be advised that your biometric identifiers, i.e. fingerprints, will be collected, captured, received, stored, and used in connection with your contract and/or employment with the organization requesting your fingerprints (“ORGANIZATION”). Such collection, capture, receipt, storage, and use of your biometric information may occur at any time after the ORGANIZATION and/or Fieldprint, Inc. receives your written authorization, including during the hiring process, as well as during the course of your contract and/or employment with ORGANIZATION or for volunteering/licensing, as the case may be, where permitted by law (“Stated Purposes”).

Your biometric information is being collected, captured, received, stored, disclosed to ORGANIZATION, and used in order to obtain Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) from Federal and/or state governments and/or agencies in connection with the Stated Purposes. To accomplish these purposes, Fieldprint, Inc. may disclose your biometric information to its own network of fingerprint sites (“Network”) that collect and/or capture the biometric information, as well as to Federal and/or state governments and/or agencies.

Your biometric information will be retained and stored by Fieldprint, Inc., and will be permanently destroyed when the initial purpose for collecting the information has been satisfied or after three (3) years from your last interaction with Fieldprint, Inc., whichever occurs first. To see our policy that establishes our retention schedule and guidelines for permanently destroying biometric identifiers and biometric information, please see Retention and Destruction Policy.

With respect to the destruction of your biometric information, we utilize best practices when purging electronic biometric data and hard copy fingerprint cards. The proper sanitization method depends on the type of media and the intended disposition of the media. The process is to render access to target data on the media infeasible for a given level of recovery effort. We apply techniques such as those created by industry standards organizations. Electronic media may be purged of biometric information using steps such as: clearing/wiping, data purging, and physical media destruction. Hard or paper copies of fingerprints, which include biometric data, are destroyed via a National Association for Information Destruction (NAID) AAA-certified shredding company for destruction of media. We ensure that destruction of all physical and electronic media is witnessed or carried out by authorized personnel.

Please contact us at (888) 472-8918 should you have any questions.

[NOTE: This is for information and disclosure purposes. Once you schedule your appointment, you will have an opportunity to agree or not agree to the above statements and you will be instructed, accordingly.]