The Nevada Gaming Control Board fingerprinting process covers new applicants and renewals for their Gaming License formerly Sheriff’s Card. Accelerated Fingerprints will process your fingerprints and submit them electronically to the Nevada Department of Public Safety, where the results will be sent back to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Steps to obtaining or renewing your Gaming License formerly Sheriff’s Card:
Your employer will provide you a login for the Gaming Employee Registration Login Screen.
Log-In and complete or update your information. Complete all fields correctly. Check with your Human Resources Department for questions.
After paying the online fee you will be emailed your receipt and your Fingerprint Receipt Form will be attached with the email.
Print out and bring the Fingerprint Receipt Form.
When your fingerprinting session is complete, Accelerated Fingerprints will stamp, sign, and date your Fingerprint Receipt Form for you to return to your employer’s Human Resources Department.
Gaming Fingerprint Fee:
$70.00 (cash or credit/debit card)