St. Charles County, MO
 
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[Ord. No. 19-077, 9-30-2019]
This Chapter is enacted pursuant to Chapter 43, Section 43.535, RSMo., to regulate the issuance of licenses for tow truck operators and security guards, watchmen, and concealed carry security officers within St. Charles County.
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Each applicant for a license pursuant to Chapter 605, OSCCMo., desiring to act as a watchman, security officer, or concealed carry security officer in St. Charles County; each applicant for a tow truck license in St. Charles County; and each person who is involved in the operation of a towing business regulated by Chapter 608, OSCCMo., including tow truck drivers, shall be required to have their fingerprints taken by the St. Charles County Police Department or a designated agency for submission to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division and pay any required fees.
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The Missouri State Highway Patrol, CJIS Division, will compare the subject's fingerprints against its criminal file and submit the fingerprints to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for a comparison with national criminal history records. The results of the FBI check will be returned to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, CJIS Division, which will disseminate the State and national results to St. Charles County.
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St. Charles County shall render a fitness determination based upon the results of the criminal background check. In rendering a fitness determination, St. Charles County government will decide whether the subject of record has been convicted of or is under pending indictment for:
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A crime which bears upon his/her ability or fitness to serve in that capacity;
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Any felony or a misdemeanor which involved force or threat of force, controlled substances, or was a sex-related offense; or
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Enumerated disqualifiers.
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The subject of record may request and receive a copy of his/her criminal history record information from St. Charles County government. Should the subject of record seek to amend or correct his/her record, he/she must contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol, CJIS Division, for a Missouri State record and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for records from other state jurisdictions maintained in its file.