Beaver County Sheriff's Office offers applicant fingerprint services through the jail division. Applicant fingerprint cards are usually required for Concealed Firearms permits, PI licenses, Bail Enforcement Licenses, school teachers, real estate agents, armed/unarmed guards, burglar alarm agents, health care workers, day care workers, Office of Education certification, adoptions, etc.
A government-issued form of identification (i.e., driver license, state ID card, passport, etc.) is required for the fingerprinting and photo services. Utah Driving Privilege cards will not be accepted as a form of ID.
There is a $10 fee for the fingerprint service.
You can pay online here. (Please bring your receipt with you.)
No appointment is necessary to get your fingerprints taken, however this service is only available during the times listed below:
- Wednesdays 10:00 a.m. to Noon
- Saturdays 9:00 a.m to Noon
The purpose of setting policy and procedure is to increase the level of professionalism and competency of staff members of the Beaver County Sheriff's Office (BCSO). Organizations are built upon people and in the final analysis, it is the people of each organization who make it functionally operational. The most effective approach to improving the operational practices of the BCSO is that of trained and informed personnel. It is the goal of the BCSO to create a better understanding of patrol and investigative policies and procedures and sound principles of community safety.
Most contents of the BCSO Policy and Procedure Manuals are confidential and shall not be shown nor provided to the public unless approved the Beaver County Sheriff administration.
The Beaver County Sheriff has made some portions of the BCSO Policy and Procedure Manual available to the public via this webpage.