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LiveScan Fingerprinting and FD-258 cards

Utah Tech Police Department (UTPD) is pleased to provide Livescan Fingerprinting Submissions, Driver Privilege Cards (with photo), wet fingerprints on forms, and Printed FD-258 Fingerprint Cards. We provide fingerprint services to the public and students. Livescan Fingerprints are submitted electronically to BCI (Bureau of Criminal Identification). We can also print your fingerprints on the standard FD-258 Cards.

APPOINTMENTS are available Monday through Friday, by appointment only. 

DIRECTIONS & PARKING
Heading west on St. George Blvd turn left onto 700 East (University Ave).
Drive south on 700 East until you come to 300 South (Trailblazer Blvd).
Turn left on 300 South, then turn right into the large parking lot which is Parking Lot M.
Drive south into the parking lot, towards the Anthony Burns offices.
University Police is located in the northeast corner of the Anthony Burns offices. (Close to the line of palm trees, south of the Holland Library.)
For fingerprint services, if available, park in a parking stall marked University Police, otherwise park in a Visitor parking stall.
225 S 700 E. University Ave, St. George, UT 84770

For questions, cancellations or rescheduling call 435-652-7515 during office hours or email policerecords@utahtech.edu.

If you have a Social Security number, you will be asked for the number at your appointment.

One of the following valid government photo identification (ID) is required:
Alien Registration Card
Driver’s License
Military ID Card
Passport (if your passport is expired you must bring in a photo ID along with the passport.)
State Identification Card

Utah Tech University Students involved in Americorp and EMS program do not pay for fingerprints. Simply make an appointment.  Americorp and Utah Tech EMS students must bring a Livescan Authorization Form.

FEES (When making a payment D# is not required. You may check out as a Guest.)

Livescan Fingerprinting-direct submission to BCI (Bureau of Criminal Identification)
*Requirements: Livescan authorization form (you provide form), valid passport or photo ID and payment
*Real Estate Renewals – Choose this option. Go to: https://db.realestate.utah.gov/rapback/ to obtain form and bring to appointment
*POST Academy Applicants – Choose this option
*Wet ink fingerprints on form you provide –
Choose this option. Do not fill out or sign form until you arrive at your appointment
Example of Livescan Authorization Form
Example of Form For Wet Ink
Pay $20 for Livescan Fingerprinting-direct submission to BCI-requires authorization form

Fingerprint Cards (not for Driver Privilege ID): includes two FD-258 fingerprint cards
*Requirements: Valid passport or photo ID and payment
*New Real Estate Applicants – Choose this option
*Mailing or taking physical cards to 3rd Party –
Choose this option
Example of Livescan FD-258 Cards
Pay $25 for two FD-258 fingerprint cards

Driver Privilege Cards (for DMV): includes two FD-258 fingerprint cards and one photo, sealed in an envelope, which you will take to the DMV.
*Requirements: Valid passport or photo ID and payment
Example of Livescan FD-258 Cards
Pay $35 for two FD-258 fingerprint cards and one photo

TSA/Flight School: includes four FD-258 cards. Bring a self-paid trackable envelope (Fedex or USPS) and the email you received giving you permission to get the prints done. If you do not have all of these items, you will need to reschedule your appointment.
*Requirements: Printed email giving permission, valid passport or photo ID and payment
Pay $40 for four FD-258 fingerprint cards

If you need an additional card than what is included, pay $2.00 per card.
Pay $2 per card

PAYMENT RECEIPT
Payments must be made prior to or at the time you come to our office. You must provide a receipt of online payment by a print out or show proof from your phone. (Online payment links above.) If you are unable to make an online payment, we accept cash payment. Exact change is preferred. You may also pay with check at the Cashier’s Office located on the 1st Floor of the Holland Building (HCC) on campus prior to your appointment.

Directions

Criminal History Check

To request a copy of your Utah Criminal History, you must file a request in person at the Utah Tech Police Department (UTPD) located at 225 S. 700 E. St. George, UT 84770, in the northeast corner of the Burns Offices. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Although you may print an Application for Criminal History from our website (see below), you must sign the application in the presence of a UTPD Police Records employee – No Exceptions.

Criminal History Checks at Utah Tech Police Department are by appointment only.  Please call 435-652-7515 during office hours or email policerecords@utahtech.edu.

FEE
The fee is $15.00 for Volunteers & Citizens interested in obtaining a copy of their own Utah Criminal History and the fee for Municipalities is $10.00.

Identification (ID)
The following valid government photo identification (ID) is required:

Alien Registration Card
Driver’s License (This does not include a Utah State Driving Privilege Card.)
Military ID Card
Passport
State Identification Card

 

FORMS
The following forms are available for those individuals seeking to obtain a
copy of their own Utah Criminal History Record:

Criminal History Records Forms

Again, you must sign the application in the presence of a UTPD Police Records employee – No Exceptions.

PAYMENT RECEIPT
Payments must be made prior to or at the time you come to our office.
You must provide a receipt of online payment by a print out or show proof from your phone. (Online payment links below.)
If you are unable to make an online payment, we accept cash payment. Exact change required.

Pay for Volunteers & Citizens in Utah seeking their own Utah Criminal History

Pay for Utah Criminal History – Municipal Services (City/County/State-Utah)

DIRECTIONS & PARKING
Heading west on St. George Blvd turn left onto 700 East (University Ave).
Drive south on 700 East until you come to 300 South (Trailblazer Blvd).
Turn left on 300 South, then turn right into the large parking lot which is Parking Lot M. Drive south into the parking lot, towards the Anthony Burns offices.
University Police is located in the northeast corner of the Anthony Burns offices. Park in a parking stall marked “University Police.”

Directions

Notary Services

Utah Tech Police Department (UTPD) provides Notary Services for a $5.00 fee per document. To make an appointment, call 435-652-7515 or email policerecords@utahtech.edu.

Notary services are by appointment only.

Payment can be made with cash or check at the Cashier’s Office located on the 1st Floor of the
Holland Building (HCC) on campus prior to your appointment.
Payments must be made either online or at the Cashier’s Office prior to your appointment. (Online payment link below.)

Please bring a government issued photo ID, documents requiring notarization, and payment confirmation (either email confirmation or paper receipt).

The parking spaces marked as “University Police” can be utilized for Notary appointments.

Pay for Notary Services

Directions

Pedestrian and Crosswalk Safety

Everyone walks. Even one pedestrian fatality is too many.  Be alert when you’re driving and be seen when you are a pedestrian. Let’s share the road safely.

Be Safe and Be Seen

Wear bright clothing and reflective materials when walking at night.

Cross in a well-lit area at night.

Stand clear of buses, hedges, parked cars or other obstacles before crossing so drivers can see you.

 

Be Smart and Alert

Always walk on the sidewalk; if there is no sidewalk, walk facing traffic.

Stay sober; walking while impaired increases your chance of being struck.

Don’t assume vehicles will stop; make eye contact with drivers, don’t just look at the vehicle.
If a driver is on a cell phone, they may not be paying enough attention to drive safely.

Don’t rely solely on pedestrian signals; look before you cross the road.

Be alert to engine noise or backup lights on cars when in parking lots and near on-street parking spaces.

 

Be Careful at Crossings

Look before you step in a marked crosswalk.

Cross streets at marked crosswalks or intersections, if possible.

Obey traffic signals such as walk/don’t walk signs.

Look left, right and left again before crossing a street.

Watch for turning vehicles; make sure the driver sees you and will stop for you.

Look across all lanes you must cross and visually clear each lane before proceeding.
Just because one motorist stops, do not presume drivers in other lanes can see you and will stop for you.

Don’t wear headphones or talk on a cell phone while crossing.

 

For more pedestrian and driver safety tips, visit zerofatalities.com.

Educational Video: Heads Up Utah: How you can keep pedestrians safe

Pedestrian Safety Tips Flyer

Resources for Students, Faculty, and Staff

S.A.F.E. Class (Self-Defense)

Utah Tech Police Department (UTPD) offers a free course covering self-protection and self-defense. The class is offered to Utah Tech University faculty, staff, and students. The purpose and goal of the class focuses on awareness, assault prevention, risk reduction, strategies and avoidance in conjunction with defensive training tactics.

The S.A.F.E. class will help educate and train specifically on how to defend yourself physically from assaults. The classes are taught by Utah Tech University Police Officers and Staff.

The S.A.F.E. class is a 4.5 hour course broken down into three classes. Classes are limited to 20 participants and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be required to sign a liability waiver in order to participate.

PLEASE EMAIL POLICERECORDS@UTAHTECH.EDU OR CALL 435-652-7515 FOR COURSE DATE INFORMATION.

S.A.F.E. (Self-Defense Awareness & Focused Empowerment)

Spring Semester 2024:
Student Activity Center (SAC) – GYM 201 (Upstairs/South Balcony)  Plan on wearing workout attire for all three classes and bring water.
DAY 1: MONDAY, March 4, 5:30PM – 6:15 PM 
DAY 2: WEDNESDAY, March 6, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
DAY 3: THURSDAY, March 7, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM