Live Scan fingerprinting is a technique used to electronically capture fingerprints for the purpose of conducting criminal history background checks. The VCCCD Police Department conducts Live Scan fingerprinting services for those who are applying for employment, volunteer work, or coursework within the VCCCD. The Police Department does not offer Live Scan services to the general public. For a list of live scan providers who offer services to the public, visit the California Department of Justice's search page.

Live Scans may be completed at the Moorpark College, Oxnard College, and Ventura College Police Stations. For your convenience, you may complete a Live Scan at a college separate from the college at which you will be assigned. For example, you may complete a Live Scan at Ventura College even if your assignment is at Oxnard College. Assignments at the District Administrative Center (DAC) will need to be completed at one of the three colleges, as Live Scan services are not provided at the DAC.

Live Scans are free of charge and by appointment only. Live Scans are only available for purposes related to the VCCCD (e.g., employment, coursework).

Live Scan appointments unrelated to the District will be cancelled. 

Live Scan Identification Requirement

All Live Scans require two forms of valid, unexpired identification. The two most common forms of identification are:

  1. A valid government-issued photo identification (common forms of identification include a state identification card, driver license, or a U.S. Passport)
  2. A Social Security Number (proof of card not required)

In the event you are unable to provide one of the two common forms of identification listed above (e.g. never been issued a state identification card or never been issued a Social Security Number), here is a list of Acceptable Forms of Identification. If you are unable to provide any of the primary forms of identification listed on the Acceptable Forms of Identification document, you must also provide two supplemental documents in addition do your secondary form of identification. For questions regarding these identification requirements please email the Police Services office at

Insufficient identification will cause your Live Scan appointment to be canceled or rescheduled.

Live Scan Application Forms

All Live Scans require an Application for Live Scan Service form from the California Department of Justice (DOJ). Depending on your assignment, there are different Live Scan forms used to conduct the Live Scan. If you were not provided a form prior to scheduling your appointment, select and complete the appropriate form below and bring it with you to your appointment.

Live Scan Form Description

 School Employee Application (A0607) Form

Form A0607 is the most common form used for majority of applications and appointments. If your assignment is Faculty, Classified, Provisional, Student Worker, or Professional Expert, use form A0607. This service includes transmission to the DOJ.
 Certified Nursing Assistant (A0448) Form Form A0448 is used for students who are applying to the Certified Nursing Assistant Program. This service includes transmission to the DOJ and California Department of Public Health.
 DOJ Custodian of Records (CA0349400) Form Form CA0349400 is used for confidential classified employees and student workers assigned to Human Resources. This service includes transmissions to the DOJ and the FBI.

Scheduling Appointments

All Live Scans are scheduling using a self-service online system. When you are ready to schedule your live scan, visit our booking page and select the service and location appropriate for your need. Please note, you must be associated with the VCCCD by employment, volunteer work, or coursework and must provide your Staff or Student I.D. Number to schedule an appointment.

If you have questions regarding your scheduled appointment or do not see the service you are looking for, please email the Police Services office at

Book a Live Scan Appointment

Live Scan Results

The VCCCD Police Department does not receive the results of Live Scan background checks. Depending on the requirements and level of service, results are transmitted directly to the requesting agency. Agencies receiving Live Scan results may not be required to disclose Live Scan results.

Any individual who wishes to request the results of his or her Live Scan is asked to contact the California Department of Justice’s Keeper of Records by phone at (916) 210-3310, by email to, or by mail to:

Department of Justice
Bureau of Criminal Information & Analysis
Keeper of Records
P.O. Box 903417
Sacramento, CA 94203-4170

For more information on this process, please refer to the DOJ’s fingerprinting webpage.

Privacy Information

The Police Department does not retain any biometric information collected from the Live Scan process. All biometric information is electronically transmitted to the DOJ and/or the FBI. Information provided on the Request for Live Scan Application form is retained for a period of not more than three years and no less than six months.

All applicants must be provided a State-mandated Privacy Notice, a Federal Privacy Act Statement, and the Noncriminal Justice Applicant’s Privacy Rights information. The required privacy notices and statements are attached to the DOJ Request for Live Scan Service forms. If you were not provided privacy information and would like to request the information, please contact the Police Services office as soon as possible by calling (805) 652-7752 or emailing