The Arizona Board of Fingerprinting is a state agency that does two things:
- Good-cause exceptions. The Board considers applications from individuals whose fingerprint clearance card has been denied or suspended by the Arizona Department of Public Safety and who are trying to demonstrate that they're rehabilitated and not recidivists. People who work with vulnerable populations—children, the elderly, or persons with developmental disabilities—normally need a card to work.
- Central-registry exceptions. The Board considers applications from individuals who have been disqualified after a central