Arrest Processing - Fingerprinting - Fingerprint Submission Types

Manual / Hard Copy Submissions:

DCJS Guidelines for Types of Fingerprint Cards to Use for a Criminal Arrest:

1. Adult arrest fingerprinting requires the following Arrest Fingerprint Cards:

a. FBI Arrest Fingerprint Card

b. New York State Adult Arrest Fingerprint Card (DCJS-2)

c. Local Arrest Fingerprint Card

2. Juvenile Offender arrest fingerprinting requires four fingerprint cards:

a. New York State Juvenile Delinquent Arrest Fingerprint Card (DCJS-2JD).

b. FBI Arrest Fingerprint Card

c. New York State Adult Arrest Fingerprint Card (DCJS-2)

d. Local Arrest Fingerprint Card

3. Juvenile Delinquent Arrest Fingerprinting requires only:

a. New York State Juvenile Delinquent Arrest Fingerprint Card (DCJS-2JD)

4. Special circumstances involving juveniles: If an arrest involving multiple incidents spans the individual's 16th birthday, two sets of fingerprints should be submitted, the offenses committed for the incidents prior to the birthday with one set and the rest on another set.

Electronic Submissions:

The Type of Transaction (TOT) identifies the Fingerprint Submission Type

1. Adult and Juvenile Offender Arrest transactions

a. Type of Transaction: CARAAR

2. Juvenile Delinquent Arrest transactions

a. Type of Transmission: CARJDR

3. Criminal Inquiry Transactions

a. Type of Transaction: CARCIR

4. Special circumstances involving juveniles: If an arrest involving multiple incidents spans the individual's 16th birthday, two sets of fingerprints should be submitted, the offenses committed for the incidents prior to the birthday with one set and the rest on another set.

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