You may have noticed that the IDFPR Fingerprint Results Screen has changed three times since June 2012. We expect that the current version, one in which only the Illinois State Police fingerprint results are returned, will remain stable for the indefinite future. In short, an agency may employ any person whose fingerprint results indicate “Eligible,” provided the agency sends in a completed PERC application, the PERC fee, the fingerprint receipt and prints a copy of the ISP Eligible screen, all BEFORE the employee is scheduled for a post, assignment or office work.
We offer approximately twice yearly, 2-hour PERC training classes that cover the entire set of PERC regulations that all IDFPR agencies are responsible to follow. We also offer for sale a PERC Nuts and Bolts Manual that is a complete reference handbook of all IDFPR Statute Sections and Rules that Agencies are required to follow. Preview the Table of Contents and selected sample pages
You know us for DPR issues, but Edward W. Williams, Ltd. is also your firm for Commercial Litigation, FOID issues, and Civil Rights actions. We concentrate on litigation and trial work, and represent clients before IDFPR, including those in the health care, mortgage, real estate, private detective, alarm and security professions. Choice of counsel in commercial disputes, liability defense, or other actions has never been a casual or uncomplicated decision. Personal relationships, expertise, fees, and even reputation are vital components to consider in choosing an attorney to pursue a breach of contract claim, defend a tort claim, or to sue a government employee. As a client, you can expect and demand a high level of commitment, detail, and energy from us as your attorney.
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Fingerprint Vendor Licensing
Defending Fingerprint Vendors Before IDFPR
Laws Governing Fingerprint Vendors