Batavia to charge for fingerprinting
BATAVIA – The city no longer will offer a free fingerprinting service because of the increasing demand.
Batavia aldermen Monday approved a fingerprinting policy and established a $30 fee for each individual. As part of the policy, fingerprinting services will be provided only to Batavia residents, those working within the city, or people participating in a program in Batavia that requires fingerprinting.
Batavia Police Chief Gary Schira suggested the city charge a $30 fingerprint fee, noting most cities charge between $5 to $35 for the service. The city’s actual cost to perform the service is about $23.51, he said.
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