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Fingerprinting Services

Hours of Operation - DUE TO COVID 19 we have new procedures.  It will be mandatory for everyone entering the police station to be properly wearing a mask and have their temperature taken.

Monday-Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Appointment is
required - no exception - Email records@coralgables.com
 to request an appointment. 

Include your name, telephone number, what you need the fingerprints for, whether or not you need ink or electronic fingerprints, and the date and time you prefer for your appointment. An employee will respond back to you with your confirmation on the date/time. 

If you have further questions please contact 305-460-5477

Cost

Digital fingerprinting (paper & ink method): $15.00 Per Card
Electronic fingerprinting: $15.00
Photos (Set of four): $10.00
Acceptable payment: Cash, Check, Debit or Credit Card

Acceptable valid identification to bring with you

For U.S. Citizens (One of the following):
United States issued Driver License
United States issued Identification Card
United States issued passport
USCIS Naturalization Certificate
Or both of the following:
United States Birth Certificate
Voter’s registration

For Non-U.S. Citizens (One of the following):
United States issued Driver License
United States issued Identification Card
USCIS Employment authorization document
USCIS Resident Card
Valid United States Visa

We do not provide fingerprint services for the following agencies:
• Immigration
• Department of Financial Services
• Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages & Tobacco

• AHCA


Additional Information

A fingerprint card should be supplied by the agency requesting fingerprints. Please do not fill out any portion of the fingerprint card until instructed by the Fingerprint Technician.

Please verify with the requesting agency what type of fingerprint method the agency requires prior to the request for fingerprint service from the Coral Gables Police Department.

All electronic fingerprints require an ORI number (Origination Agency Identification Number).

If your fingerprints are rejected and the requesting agency asks you to get reprinted, you must bring your original receipt and the rejection letter stating why your fingerprints were rejected.