Agencies Mobile Fingerprints Serve
At Mobile Fingerprints, we make fingerprinting easy and convenient for you. We provide mobile fingerprinting services where we can come directly to you anywhere in the state of Florida to capture your electronic digital fingerprints.
Our fingerprinting services are compliant with the state and national governmental agencies that require Livescan fingerprints on applications, such as the AHCA, the DCF, the DOH, the FDLE, and more. Whether you need fingerprinting for licensing, employment, certification, or any other purpose, we can help you with our fast, secure, and professional service.
Please see the agency list below for which Mobile Fingerprinting LLC provides screening services. If the entity you seek is not listed, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Agency for Persons with Disabilities - (APD)
The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) is a state agency in Florida that provides support and services to people with developmental disabilities and their families. Developmental disabilities include autism, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Phelan-McDermid syndrome, and others.
The APD's mission is to help people with unique abilities live, learn, and work in their communities by creating multiple pathways to possibilities. The APD also administers the Medicaid program, licenses and regulates health facilities, and educates the public on disability issues.
Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles - (DHSMV)
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) is a state agency that oversees various aspects of Florida's transportation system, such as driver licenses, vehicle registrations, highway patrol, and more. The DHSMV's mission is to provide highway safety and security through service, education, and enforcement excellence. The DHSMV operates through online services, local offices, and customer contact centers. The DHSMV also administers the Medicaid program, licenses and regulates health facilities, and educates the public on disability issues.
Program Volunteer & Employee Criminal History System - (VECHS)
The Program Volunteer & Employee Criminal History System (VECHS) is a system that allows qualified organizations to access state and national criminal history record information on applicants, employees, and volunteers who work with vulnerable populations, such as children, the elderly, or the disabled. The system is authorized by the National Child Protection Act. It is implemented by different state agencies, such as the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The system aims to protect the safety and well-being of the public by screening potential workers and volunteers.
Department of Juvenile Justice - (DJJ)
The Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) is a state agency that deals with youth who are involved in the justice system, either as offenders or as at-risk individuals. The DJJ provides various programs and services to help these youth rehabilitate, learn, and grow in a safe and supportive environment. The DJJ also works with families, communities, and other stakeholders to prevent delinquency and promote positive outcomes for youth.
Department of Children and Families - (DCF)
The DCF is responsible for protecting the vulnerable, promoting strong and economically self-sufficient families, and advancing personal and family recovery and resiliency. The webpage provides links to various programs, services, and resources related to the DCF's core values and goals. The webpage also features a banner with the DCF's logo and a search bar.
Some of the programs and services that the webpage offers are:
✔ Child Welfare
✔ Economic Self-Sufficiency
✔ Substance Abuse and Mental Health
Agency for Healthcare Administration Clearinghouse – (AHCA)
The Agency for Healthcare Administration Clearinghouse (AHCA) is a program that provides a single data source for background screening results for persons who provide services to children, the elderly, and disabled individuals in Florida.
The Clearinghouse allows the results of criminal history checks to be shared among specified agencies, reducing duplicative screenings for individuals requiring screening across multiple programs. The Clearinghouse also enables employers to initiate screenings, track screening status, and receive screening results electronically.
Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations - (DBPR)
The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) is a state agency that licenses and regulates more than 1.6 million businesses and professionals in various industries, such as cosmetology, real estate, construction, and alcohol and tobacco. The DBPR's mission is to license efficiently and regulate fairly, and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public. The DBPR operates through online services, local offices, and customer contact centers.
Florida Department of Education
The Florida Department of Education is the state agency that oversees the public education system in Florida. It administers the funding, testing, and standards for public schools, colleges, and universities. It also provides resources and support for teachers, students, parents, and communities. The Florida Department of Education is led by the Commissioner of Education, appointed by the State Board of Education. The agency's mission is to improve the academic achievement of all students in Florida.
Department of Vocational Rehabilitation - (DVR)
The Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) is a state agency that provides services and support to people with disabilities who want to work or keep their jobs. The DVR helps people with disabilities overcome barriers to employment, such as physical, mental, or emotional impairments, by offering counseling, training, education, and other assistance. The DVR also works with employers and businesses to create and maintain a diverse and inclusive workforce.
The DVR is funded by both state and federal sources and follows the rules and regulations of the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA), which is part of the US Department of Education. The DVR's mission is to help people with disabilities achieve their employment goals and improve their quality of life.
Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System
The Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) is a national database for licensing mortgage industry companies and individuals. It was established to regulate mortgage dealers in accordance with the rules set by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The NMLS allows the public to access information about state-licensed companies, branches, and individuals licensed or registered through NMLS through a website called NMLS Consumer Access.
The NMLS also helps state agencies to manage and monitor the licensing process and enforce compliance. The NMLS is a centralized online system that aims to improve the transparency and accountability of the mortgage industry.
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services - (FDACS)
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) is a state agency that oversees various aspects of Florida's agriculture, environment, consumer protection, and food safety. The FDACS's mission is to safeguard the public and support Florida's agricultural economy by:
✔ Ensuring the safety and wholesomeness of food and other consumer products through inspection and testing programs
✔ Protecting consumers from unfair and deceptive business practices and providing consumer information
✔ Assisting Florida's farmers and agricultural industries with the production and promotion of agricultural products
Medicaid is a joint federal and state program that provides health coverage for low-income people, such as children, pregnant women, seniors, and people with disabilities. The federal government sets the basic rules and guidelines for Medicaid, but each state has some flexibility in how they design and operate their own program.
In Florida, the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) is responsible for administering the Medicaid program. The AHCA works with various partners and stakeholders, such as the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Elder Affairs, the Department of Health, and the Social Security Administration, to determine eligibility, enroll beneficiaries, and provide services.
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Department of Health - (DOH)
The Florida Department of Health (DOH) is the state agency that oversees the public health system in Florida. Its mission is to protect, promote, and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, and community efforts. The DOH is responsible for administering the Medicaid program, licensing and regulating health facilities, and providing information to Floridians about the quality of health care they receive.
The DOH offers various programs and services to support the health and well-being of Floridians across the lifespan. Some of the programs and services include:
✔ Disease prevention and control, such as immunizations, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and mosquito-borne illnesses
✔ Environmental health, such as drinking water, food safety, biomedical waste, and septic tanks
✔ Family health, such as maternal and child health, family planning, and school health
✔ Emergency preparedness and response, such as trauma systems, emergency medical services, and disaster relief
Department of Elder Affairs - (DOEA)
The Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) is a state agency in Florida that provides programs and services for elders across the state. The DOEA's mission is to protect, promote, and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, and community efforts. The DOEA administers services through a network of 11 Area Agencies on Aging, which operate as Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs). The ADRCs offer information and assistance about state and federal benefits, local programs and services, and long-term care resources. Some of the programs and services the DOEA offers are:
✔ Comprehensive eligibility services through the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long-Term Care Services (CARES) program
✔ Home and community services through Medicaid, the Older Americans Act, and state-funded programs
✔ Information and assistance through the Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE) program and the aging and disability resource centers