Privacy Security?

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by Tex, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. Tex

    Tex New Member

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    What happens to all of the confidential private information and fingerprints you submit to state, local and federal law enforcement AFTER you have been approved for a conceal carry license?
     
  2. rogue aussie

    rogue aussie New Member

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    Do not know but i know my fingerprints and background info are on record. As i am an Aussie going thru all the crap of getting my Work Authority and permanent Residence :rolleyes:. I've seen my file that DHS has and it's about 2 or 3 inches thick :D

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  3. SabreArms

    SabreArms New Member

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    Wait you mean you didn't have submit a semen sample too?????


    I am guessing that it goes into a national database for when you decide to go on a shooting spree. Course it can also go into someones apartment and then get stolen like a bunch of military records.... that was interesting. Thank you feds appreciatted that.
     
  4. allmons

    allmons New Member

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    Wherever it is, some bureaucrat will misuse it.

    That it is guaranteed.

    :mad:
     
  5. Varro

    Varro New Member

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    What I get tired of is submitting 2 sets of fingerprints every time...In my case, I'm up for renewal on my CCW permit....I guess they want to be doubly sure I'm the same person renewing my permit...:rolleyes:
    Some agency is getting rich with all my print cards over the years...
     
  6. FALPhil

    FALPhil New Member

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    It goes into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC). As public record and as a practical matter, your data is neither private nor secure. The whole purpose of NCIC is to share data.

    Read about it here. It's kind of funny when you consider a bunch of goverment employees are in charge of it.

    NCIC Description