3:00 to 4:00 p.m., Tuesdays, Law Enforcement Center Annex
The Myrtle Beach Police Department performs fingerprinting for the public each Tuesday from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Law Enforcement Center Annex on Mustang Street, near The Market Common. Please see the information below and Form 1-789 Privacy Statement. For questions, call the Law Enforcement Center Annex at 843-918-1800.
ELIGIBILITY FOR FINGERPRINTING
You must be a resident of the City of Myrtle Beach or, for employment purposes, your employer must be located within the City of Myrtle Beach.
- Taxes: If you pay City of Myrtle Beach taxes, then you are a resident.
- Driver’s License: If you have a driver’s license that lists your address as “Myrtle Beach,” you may or may not be a city resident. If you are uncertain, you may call to verify residency.
- If you apply for a job and do not reside within the City of Myrtle Beach, the business requesting your fingerprints must be located within the City of Myrtle Beach.
FINGERPRINTING FOR CONCEALED WEAPONS PERMIT
You must be a resident of the City of Myrtle Beach.
- If you are applying for a concealed weapon’s permit and live within the City of Myrtle Beach, you are eligible. If work within the City of Myrtle Beach but do not live within the City of Myrtle Beach, you are not eligible.
WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU
- Proof of Residency: You must have a valid South Carolina driver’s license or picture identification card with correct address information, or other valid proof of residency.
- Proof of Employment: If a business requests your fingerprints, you will need to provide proof (or intent) of employment from a business located within the City of Myrtle Beach.
- Fingerprint Cards: The business requesting your fingerprints must provide you with a pre-printed fingerprint card or cards.
USE AND CHALLENGE REQUIREMENTS
Fingerprint Records are subject to the following use and dissemination restrictions:
Under provisions set forth in Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Section 50.12, both governmental and nongovernmental entities authorized to submit fingerprints and receive FBI Identification Records must notify the individuals fingerprinted that the fingerprints will be used to check the criminal history records of the FBI. Identification records obtained from the FBI may be used solely for the purpose requested and may not be disseminated outside the receiving department, related agency or other authorized entity. If the information on the record is used to disqualify the applicant, the official making the determination of suitability for licensing or employment shall provide the applicant the opportunity to complete, or challenge the accuracy of, the information contained in the FBI Identification record. The deciding official should not decide the licensing or employment based on the information in the record until the applicant has been afforded a reasonable time to correct or complete the information, or has declined to do so. An individual should be presumed not guilty of any charge/arrest for which there is no final disposition stated in the record or otherwise determined. If the applicant wishes to correct the record as it appears in the FBI’s CJIS Division Records System, the applicant should be advised that the procedures for change, correct or update the record are set forth in Title 28, CFR, Section 16.34.