Live Scan Application Form Available to Registrants

Source: ACSOL

Registrants who are uncertain regarding the penal code section of the offense for which they were convicted, the date of their conviction and other related information can obtain that information in a document called a Live Scan Report.  In order to obtain the report, a registrant must submit a completed application and their fingerprints to a store, such as UPS, and pay about $50.  The report is then mailed to the registrant only at the mailing address they provide.

“Most people, including registrants, receive a copy of their Live Scan Report about a week after they submit their application,” stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci.  “ACSOL has funds available for those who cannot afford to pay for their reports.”

An application form for the Live Scan Report which has necessary coding on it can be obtained using the link below.  There are only three parts of the application that a registrant needs to complete: (1) check the box “Record Review”, (2) add “Personal” as the reason for the application and (3) complete the “Applicant Information” section.  The remaining parts of the application are to be left blank.

Those seeking funds to pay for their Live Scan Report, please contact ACSOL by phone at (818) 305-5984 or send an email to

“There is no stigma attached to individuals who apply for a Live Scan Report,” stated Bellucci.  “In fact,  Live Scan Reports are needed for individuals who wish to teach Sunday school or work in law enforcement.”

Download the live scan request form PDF:

Request for Live Scan – Form – Nov 2016

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Last edited 2 years ago by Ditto

If you have not requested your DOJ record via Live Scan, please do. I did it the first time I heard Janice mention it. My record was incorrect for 15 years, as my reduction to a misdemeanor was not posted and just showed a felony. It took several months to get it corrected.