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Fingerprinting the next step to concealed-carry

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- People in Illinois are a step closer to concealed-carry.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- People in Illinois are a step closer to concealed-carry. Thursday, the sheriff's office started fingerprinting people who want to apply.

People are excited to get this done because, after the fingerprint process, there's really only one step left before getting a concealed-carry permit.

The sheriff's office will be open every Thursday, starting about 8:15 am, to do fingerprinting. You must make an appointment, because there's only one man in charge of making the prints. Each session takes about fifteen minutes.

The sheriff's office will send your prints to state police for you. Then, all that's left is filling out the application. State police should send your permit within 90-days.

The sheriff's office is just one of five locations in Central Illinois where you can get fingerprints taken.

Douglas County
Digital Synergy, Inc.
Robert D. Sumption, Jr.
113 Fina Dr., Ste. A
Tuscola, IL 61953
(217) 253 - 3245

Effingham County
Bushue Human Resources, Inc.
104 North 2nd Street, Ste. B
PO Box 89
Effingham, IL 62401
(217) 342 - 3042

Sangamon County
Morphotrust USA, Inc.
1650 Wabash Avenue, Ste. D
Springfield, IL 62704
(978) 215 - 2400

Sangamon County
Futures in Rehabilitation Management, Inc.
DBA Firm Systems
Michael Cheatham
206 South 6th Street
Springfield, IL 62701
(217) 321 - 0337

Vermilion County
Clutter Investigations, Inc.
Dba Illinois Livescan
3716 North Vermilion Street, Ste. D5
Danville, IL 61832
(217) 528 - 5997
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