Oregon Oregon Department of Education, Early Learning Division

Rule Rule 414-061-0080
Procedures for Conducting FBI Criminal History Checks


An FBI criminal records check will be done on all subject individuals who:


Are currently enrolled in the CBR; or


Are submitting an application for enrollment in the Office of Child Care’s Central Background Registry.


The subject individual shall supply to OCC the following information:


One properly completed FBI fingerprint card, with printing in the “reason fingerprinted” block that reads “License/Certificate/Permit ORS181A.195”; and


A properly completed “Instructions to Authorized Fingerprinter” form; or


Electronically submitted fingerprints through an OCC designated fingerprinter. The “reason fingerprinted” field must read "License/Certificate/Permit”.


OCC will review the criminal records information and any additional information and will determine whether or not a subject individual may be enrolled, suspended or removed in or from the Central Background Registry.


Individuals currently enrolled in the Central Background Registry or with pending applications for enrollment in the Central Background Registry will receive a request to complete an FBI criminal records check from the Office of Child Care and must complete the FBI criminal records check by the date indicated on the request.
(5) Failure to complete and pass the FBI criminal records check is a basis for suspension of enrollment in the Central Background Registry, removal from the Central Background Registry, or denial of the application.
[ED. NOTE: Forms referenced are available from the agency.]

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Jun. 8, 2021