What You Can Do:
Anyone can perform an Idaho Background Check including non-law enforcement, non-criminal justice agencies and the general public through the Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI). This agency is responsible to provide such verifications for licensing, employment screening purposes or personal inquiries. Usually, these data are coming from criminal justice agencies in the region. However, if an arrest fingerprint card is not submitted, consequently such data will not be available in its criminal history database. In this case, the local agency is the best source to acquire information. There are two classifications of conducting such exploration in this bureau: one is through fingerprints and next is via name matching.
To run a name-based exploration, fill up the appropriate request form and pay a fee of $10. Payments accepted are via cash, check or credit/debit card and requests can only be achieved through walk-in or mail and are processed on first come first serve basis. Take note that the sought after individual may be using multiple names or aliases, thus such matter could affect the result of the examination. In the meantime, to apply via fingerprint, you must submit a complete set of inked and rolled fingerprints on an applicant fingerprint card with the designated claim form and requisite fee of $10. Fingerprint cards should indicate the name of the subject, alias names, current address, citizenship, descriptive information, date and place of birth, reason for being fingerprinted and signature of the concerned individual. Similarly, this method does not admit telephone or fax requests, only mail or hand-in.