GCO Sues Dekalb Police Over Fingerprinting Delays

GCO has filed a petition for writ of mandamus in the Superior Court of Dekalb County against Dekalb Police Chief William O’Brien, over the department’s consistent several-weeks delays in fingerprinting GWL applicants. GCO has been working with the department for over a year, attempting to negotiate a resolution to this issue. The department has failed to respond to GCO’s communications since January. A copy of the complaint may be viewed here.

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5 Responses to “GCO Sues Dekalb Police Over Fingerprinting Delays”

  1. GCO Taking Action Says:

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  2. teeter Says:

    Thank you John, Kelly, Jerry, Ryan, and GCO board. This has been a long time coming.

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  4. RS Murphy Says:

    I’m going through this right now. I’m finally almost to the fingerprinting stage. It is a little unclear. Can they deny my license as a result of the department taking too long?

  5. RBGaudet Says:

    After 6 weeks of waiting for my finger printing appointment, I reveived a call today saying that the office was flooded and they would have to reschedule my appointment for next week.