(1) Prior to submission of an application, each designated representative must have
his or her fingerprints taken by a local law enforcement agency or any third party
approved by the Colorado bureau of investigation for the purpose of obtaining a fingerprint-based
criminal history record check. If an approved third party takes the person's fingerprints, the fingerprints may
be electronically captured using Colorado bureau of investigation-approved livescan
equipment. Third-party vendors shall not keep the applicant information for more than thirty
days unless requested to do so by the applicant. The designated representative shall submit payment by certified check or money order
for the fingerprints and for the actual costs of the record check at the time the
fingerprints are submitted to the Colorado bureau of investigation. Upon receipt of fingerprints and receipt of the payment for costs, the Colorado
bureau of investigation shall conduct a state and national fingerprint-based criminal
history record check utilizing records of the Colorado bureau of investigation and
the federal bureau of investigation.
(2) When the results of a fingerprint-based criminal history record check of a designated
representative performed pursuant to this section reveal a record of arrest without
a disposition, the board shall require that designated representative to submit to
a name-based criminal history record check, as defined in section 22-2-119.3(6)(d). The designated representative shall pay the actual costs of the name-based criminal
history record check.
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