§ 119.05  REGISTRATION FEE; INVESTIGATION.
   (A)   Prior to submission of solicitor license application, each applicant shall contact the Chief of Police to obtain the ORI number assigned to Village President for non-criminal background checks.
   (B)   The Police Chief will give individuals requiring a background check the ORI code for the Village Liquor Commission. Each individual shall be responsible for scheduling and completing his or her digital fingerprint submission and obtaining the transaction control number (TCN) issued by the approved vendor documenting the submission to state and federal agencies, and shall include the TCN on the solicitor license application. Each individual shall be responsible for any charges incurred with respect to the LIVESCAN procedures, and shall pay the approved LIVESCAN vendor directly; in no event shall the village be responsible for LIVESCAN vendor charges.
   (C)   The Chief of Police shall grant or deny the application for license within three business days after they obtain the results of the background check.
   (D)   A license application shall be denied for the following reasons only:
      (1)   The applicant has been convicted of a misdemeanor in the preceding five years or a felony in the preceding ten years;
      (2)   The applicant or the business of which the applicant is an agent or representative has been found guilty of or entered into a consent decree with respect to, any violation of the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Trade Practices Act; or
      (3)   A false statement has been made on the application.
   (E)   If the license application is granted, the Chief of Police shall issue a solicitor’s license which shall state the name and address of the licensee, the type of business engaged in by the licensee and the expiration date of the license, which shall be six calendar months from the date of issuance.
(Prior Code, § 115.045)  (Ord. 88-014, passed - -; Ord. 2000-24, passed 7-3-2000; Ord. 15-021, passed 7-20-2015)