(A) The following individuals shall be fingerprinted as provided in paragraphs (B) to (E) of this rule:
(2) Those individuals required to be listed in the disclosure statement, pursuant to paragraphs (B)(2)(c), (B)(2)(e), or (B)(3) to (B)(3)(c) of rule 3747-3-02 of the Administrative Code, who choose not to submit their social security numbers.
(B) All individuals required to be listed in disclosure statements, other than those referred to in paragraph (A) of this rule, shall be fingerprinted only upon receiving a written request from the attorney general and shall submit their fingerprints within twenty days after receiving a written request from the attorney general.
(C) Fingerprints shall be submitted only on forms prescribed by the attorney general or on any fingerprint form acceptable to the federal bureau of investigation.
(D) Complete fingerprint forms shall be submitted with the disclosure statement filed with the attorney general.
(E) The applicant shall arrange for the taking of fingerprints. Fingerprints must be taken and certified by an employee of an agency of a governmental entity authorized to take fingerprints, such as a local police department or a state or federal law enforcement agency.
Rule promulgated under: RC Chapter 119.
Rule authorized by: RC 3747.07
Rule amplifies: RC 3747.07, 3747.10