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Fingerprinted in 1973 and convicted of a misdemeanor Will

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Fingerprinted in 1973 and convicted of a misdemeanor

Will that information likely be in the IAFIS / FBI repository?
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Yes, it will be in the repository IF that conviction appears on your criminal history from the state where the conviction occurred.

The FBI gets its data directly from the state police databases which create those criminal history reports.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

OK - makes sense.

 

How would I know if my name is XXXXX XXXXX state police databases? I did a search on files in the state, using the state system, and nothing came up.

 

Would that mean there was no record with IAFIS?

What state did the conviction occur in?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Rhode Island
And you've already obtained a copy of your record from the Bureau of Criminal Identification in RI?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

No - I just searched their online system.

Thank you. You will want to obtain a copy of your criminal history from them. The process for doing that is explained at: http://www.riag.state.ri.us/bci/records.php

If the conviction does not appear on that report, then it will not be in the IAFIS / FBI repository.
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