Medical Marijuana Licensing Process

What is required in order to become a licensed medical marijuana dispensary agent or caregiver?

The Arizona Department of Health Services requires fingerprinting for both medical marijuana caregivers and dispensary agents. If you are considering submitting an application for either of these two, you must first get 2 copies of your fingerprints taken on a standard FD-258 fingerprint card. The fingerprint technician will request a valid State or Government issued ID in order to begin fingerprinting. Upon completion and signing of the fingerprint cards, the technician will place your prints inside of an envelope along with a verification form and seal the envelope and sign his/her name on the outside of the envelope.

What can you expect when you arrive at our Mesa office for fingerprinting? Each applicant can expect to be processed between 5 to 10 minutes, with no messy ink on your hands. A link to the website has been attached in case you have questions about the application process. Please call Secureone Livescan with any questions about fees.

 

 

About Secureone Livescan Fingerprinting

Secureone Livescan Fingerprinting is a nationally renowned fingerprinting program that incorporates an inkless digital fingerprinting process that submits fingerprints electronically to the State Police and/or FBI. Both Chicago, IL. and Mesa, Az. locations utilize the protocols which allows for convenient background checks for licensing, permits and / or investigations. For more information, visit http://Livescanprinting.com.

 

(480) 500-7309

 

Mandatory Fingerprinting for Alarm Agents In Arizona

The State of Arizona requires all Alarm Agents to be fingerprinted in order to perform their duties as an alarm agent. The State of Arizona Board of Technical Registration (BTR) and Department of Public Services (DPS) have just revised the process in order to expedite the process. Agents need to complete the application for the Level One Fingerprint Card and submit to DPS for processing and, once the card is issued, it will be good for 6 years rather than having to be renewed annually.

Secureone Livescan has the Level One Clearance Card applications along with the fingerprint cards that go with that application at our Mesa office. Please make sure to bring proper government issued ID and the fingerprinting fee and let  Secureone Livescan handle the rest. No appointment required and there is typically no wait time. The link below contains the latest update from DPS on this process change.

 

About Secureone Livescan Fingerprinting

Secureone Livescan Fingerprinting is a nationally renowned fingerprinting program that incorporates an inkless digital fingerprinting process that submits fingerprints electronically to the State Police and/or FBI. Both Chicago, IL. and Mesa, Az. locations utilize the protocols which allows for convenient background checks for licensing, permits and / or investigations. For more information, visit http://Livescanprinting.com.

 (480) 500-7309