State of Utah:
The Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification is responsible for all arrest and conviction data for the State of Utah. BCI does not have the authority to modify any records from other state or federal databases. In the event that there is incorrect or missing Utah Criminal Data, please be prepared to provide certified copies from any arresting agency or court of appearance.
To challenge State of Utah criminal arrests and disposition data please complete the required application and submit to the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification. Instructions and applications are located at the following web address: https://bci.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2017/08/ROA-8-24-2017.pdf
Challenge of an Identity History Summary
The FBI is responsible for the storage of fingerprints and related Identity History Summary information for the nation and does not have the authority to modify any Identity History Summary information unless specifically notified to do so by the agency that owns the information. If you believe your Identity History Summary contains inaccurate or incomplete information, you have two options for requesting a change or correction:
Option 1: Contact the agency or agencies that submitted the information to the FBI.
Missing or Incorrect State (Non-Federal) Information
Most states require that changes to Identity History Summary information be processed through their respective state centralized agency (State Identification Bureau) before any changes can be made to your information. You may contact the respective State Identification Bureau for assistance, and, if applicable, request that they provide the FBI with updates to your Identity History Summary. Contact information for each state is provided on the State Identification Bureau listing.
Several states maintain their own record system. Record updates are made at the state level only, so the FBI cannot change its records. Instead, the FBI accesses the state’s system for authorized purposes to review the record. Contact information for states maintaining records at the state level is provided on the State-Maintained Records listing.
Missing or Incorrect Federal Information
For federal Identity History Summary updates, the FBI must receive a request directly from the original arresting agency, from a court with control over the arrest data, or from another agency with control over the arrest data.
Option 2: Send a written challenge request to the FBI.
Your written request should clearly identify the information that you feel is inaccurate or incomplete and should include copies of any available proof or supporting documentation to support your claim. For example, if your disposition information is incorrect or missing, you may submit documentation obtained from the court having control over the arrest or the office prosecuting the offense. The FBI will contact appropriate agencies in an attempt to verify or correct challenged entries for you. Upon receipt of an official communication from the agency with control over the data, the FBI will make appropriate changes and notify you of the outcome.
You may submit an Identity History Summary challenge to the FBI by writing to the following address:
FBI CJIS Division
Attention: Criminal History Analysis Team 1
1000 Custer Hollow Road
Clarksburg, WV 26306