The following documents are available to download and print. Forms cannot be submitted online.
Print-only forms – Most forms must be printed, filled out manually and delivered or mailed to the address indicated on the form.
Fill-and-print forms – Some forms contain form fields that can be filled in on-screen. You may fill the form in on the computer, save and print the completed form. Be sure to sign it before delivering or mailing it to the address indicated on the form.
Further information is available at the Background Checks.
|Background Checks||Name and fingerprint checks are available through the Criminal Records and Identification Services Bureau.||NA||NA|
Further information is available on the Concealed Weapons page.
|Sample Concealed Weapon Permit Application||A sample application posted to allow people to review what is required before going to their local sheriff’s office for a formal application.||5/08|
|Missing School-Age Children||An online database of missing Montana children between the ages of 5 and 19 years, which is available to the public as well as to elementary and secondary schools throughout the state.||NA|
|Missing and Endangered Person Advisory Enactment Policy and Procedures||Outlines the criteria and procedure used by law enforcement agencies in Montana to issue a Missing and Endangered Person Advisory (MEPA).||7/08|
|NCIC Missing Person Initial Entry Report||Used by law enforcement agencies to gather information about a missing person for entry into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) missing persons database.||2/06|
|NCIC Missing Person Dental Report||Used by law enforcement to gather a missing person’s dental information for entry into the NCIC missing persons database.||2/06|
Right to Know and Right of Privacy Laws
Further information is available on the Right to Know and Right of Privacy Laws page.
|Initial Arrest Record||Used by a law enforcement agency to record the facts of an arrest.||2/05||PDF | Word|
|Initial Offense Report||Used by a law enforcement agency to provide initial facts about a potentially criminal incident.||2/05||PDF | Word|