The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, like many other agencies across our nation, is closely monitoring the Covid-19 pandemic and constantly re-evaluating services and processes. All decisions are made to ensure the safety and protect public health and our staff while providing essential, ongoing services. To this end, the Sheriff’s Office will begin offering fingerprinting services effective Monday, May 4, 2020.
Fingerprints will be completed by appointment only. You may schedule your appointment by visiting www.picktime.com/fingerprinting. If you do not have internet access or have any trouble scheduling an appointment you may call 336-318-6698 and request an appointment.
Please note that if you are requesting fingerprints for a new concealed carry handgun permit, we must receive your completed application by mail before your appointment. Once you have mailed in your application, you may go to the Picktime website and schedule an appointment to be fingerprinted. Please allow time for us to receive your application before you come to be fingerprinted. We cannot accept applications on the day of your scheduled fingerprint appointment.
In an effort to protect our staff, citizens, and to comply with county policy, anyone entering the Sheriff’s Office will be required to complete a questionnaire and submit to a body temperature check. If you are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19 or have a fever, we will not be able to.
Sheriff Seabolt is dedicated to serving the citizens he represents and providing the services needed. Sheriff Seabolt and his staff believe that by implementing necessary screening protocols and limiting the number of citizens in the building that fingerprinting services can be resumed while continuing to follow the Governors Executive Orders, CDC and Public Health recommendations.