Prosecutorial 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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