Mechanicsburg POLICE Department CIVILIAN FINGERPRINTING SERVICES (WEBCHECK)
HOURS: MONDAY TROUGH SUNDAY,
7:00AM - 11:00PM
Please call 937-834-3303 ext. 1 and ask to speak to the on duty officer. (Please note you may have to wait for an Officer to become avalable) Payment is due at the time of service.
Cash Payments are accepted Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm (unless the clerk is not in the office). At all other times check or money order made payable to "Village of Mechanicsburg" are only
WebCheck Fee Structure as of January 1, 2022
Individual and For-Profit Company - See 34.16A2a
State (BCI) of Ohio WebCheck - $32.00 National (FBI) WebCheck -
$32.00 State & National WebCheck -
Non-Profit org or Church (within Goshen Twp or Mechancisburg) - See 34.16A2c
State (BCI) of Ohio WebCheck - $27.00 National (FBI) WebCheck -
$30.25 State & National WebCheck -
WEBcheck application above - please fill out and bring along with you driver's
If you are not sure as to which category of check you need, contact your employer, volunteer coordinator, or legal advisor for specific information.
(National) WEBChecks can only be completed for limited “official” purposes (e.g. licensing, government operations, schools) and cannot be used for employment in the private sector, such as apartment
Mechanicsburg Police Department can complete individual State of Ohio criminal history record checks using the WEBCheck system for ink-less finger-printing. BCI (State) WEBChecks can be used for
employment in the private sector, such as apartment rental.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI) charges the Mechanicsburg Police Department a fee for each record check requested. In order to cover these fees and pay for
equipment and annual software maintenance, the Mechanicsburg Police Department has established the WEBCheck fees as listed above and these fees are NOT
WEBCheck utilizes the Internet to electronically transfer fingerprints and other data to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) in London, Ohio. The fingerprints and information from
an applicant’s Driver’s License or Ohio Identification Card’s magnetic strip are encrypted and electronically stored in the computer. The computer then sends the encrypted information over the
Internet, which automatically compares the information against fingerprints and criminal histories stored in the Ohio Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) database. Once scanned and
sent, the Mechanicburg Police Department should receive results within 14-30 business days unless a “hit or match” is detected. If a “hit or match” is detected the results will be mailed directly
from BCI to the address provided by the applicant. If you are a prospective employer or employment agency, and want the results mailed directly, instruct applicants to provide the Mechanicsburg
Police Department's officer with your business mailing address, NOT the applicant’s address.
BCI sends the record check to the address provided, but no longer provides courtesy duplicates free of charge. If you require a second copy, you must pay for a second WEBCheck.
If you do not need a statewide or national criminal record check, the Mechanicsburg Police Department may also assist you with local records
For a record of “calls for service” to a particular address within the Village of Mechanicsburg corporation limits, please provide that address to the Officer along with dates. If you are
looking for information related to criminal or traffic charges, you may visit the Champaign County Municipal Court (205 S. Main St, Urbana) or Champaign County Common Pleas Court (200 N. Main St,
Urbana) to perform a search using the public computer terminals. Municipal Court records are available online at www.champaigncountymunicipalcourt.com. Common Please Records are available online at www.champaigncourt.org.