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It is not possible to get records that are purged, and in order to get a juvenile arrest record from the police you would have to get a court order for the release of the records. This should not be a problem as the employer knows that you do not have access to juvenile arrest records and they will accept a letter form the court indicating that no records exist any longer.
The NCIC check that will be done through the FBI will be what really is important and that should be clear unless your juvenile crime amounted to a felony. Then it will likely appear on your NCIC record. You should consider getting an NCIC report on yourself. http://www.ehow.com/how_8182215_request-ncic-report.html
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