Fingerprinting services are by appointment only:
- Call 785-532-3395 to schedule an appointment.
- No walk-ins are allowed.
- Fingerprints will be scheduled in 30-minute increments to maintain social distancing guidelines.
- Appointments will be scheduled 1:30-5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Saturday reserved for businesses/groups - call for details.
- After appointment is scheduled, you may pay online here or in person with credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover).
Kansas State Department of Education requirements:
- The K-State Police Department will send KSDE prints in on your behalf as KSDE requires the fingerprinting agency to mail the prints. You will still need to provide an envelope. If you received your print cards from KSDE, the white envelope they came in can be reused. You will not need postage for the envelope to KSDE.
Before you arrive:
- Have your fingerprint card completed but not signed. View a sample card — highlighted areas need to be completed before arrival.
- If you do not have your own fingerprint cards, they are available at the K-State Police Department. Bring a self-addressed stamped 8.5-inch by 11-inch envelope addressed to the company/location requesting you have your fingerprints taken, along with all proper documentation they would like you to send in with your fingerprint cards. If you have your own fingerprint cards you may take those with you when prints are complete.
- Have all documentation in hand along with your driver’s license to present to the Clerk.
- The K-State Police Department is in Hoeflin Stone House at 1701 N Manhattan Ave. North of the B2 parking lot and the Derby complex. Please park in the guest parking by the fence, enter the West door up the steps and speak with the clerk behind the glass.
- The Clerk will collect the fees for your fingerprints. A $45 fee is associated with general fingerprint services for up to two cards. Accepted forms of payment are cash, check or by credit card: online or in person (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). If you graduated from Kansas State University in the last year, you may be eligible for a discount with a K-State student ID.
- An officer will then meet with you to complete your fingerprints.