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When you attempt to access Louisiana arrest records from the state, the report you receive may be sketchy or inaccurate. If you’re an individual who’s requesting arrest records, you may not be authorized to review any but your own records. Other searches must be authorized by the state and be an agency such as health care, medical, social, regulatory or a member of the gaming industry. If you’re authorized, you may fill out and submit a form to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information (BCII) division of the Louisiana Department of Corrections or the Louisiana State Police. Send the form and a fee of $26 (add an extra $10 if performing a fingerprint search) or $10 if you’re searching for your own record to:
Louisiana Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information
504 Mayflower St.
Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9304
Phone: (225) 342-9711
If you’re wondering about a person in your life, take the leap to get some background information about him or her. In today’s world you can’t be too careful. The news reports are full of those who trusted someone and lived to regret it. Click on the link to find out how you can obtain a report by searching through Louisiana arrest records.