Professional Individual Occupational License - Renewal
Positions include, but are not limited to: racing animal owner (greyhound, harness, quarter horse or thoroughbred), authorized agent, jockey agent, racing or game official, or alternate, association officer, director, manager, assistant, chief of security, doctor, general manager, harness driver, horse broker, bloodstock agent, horseman's bookkeeper, jockey or apprentice jockey, nurse, officer/ director/ shareholder of any business, official (race or game), paramedic, EMT/ physicians assistant/ plant or track superintendent, trainer or assistant trainer, player (jai alai), public relations director, veterinarian, mutuels manager, totalisator manager/supervisor, assistant moneyroom manager supervisor, assistant and or any other professional person with access to restricted areas.
APPLICATION: Individuals who have been previously licensed by the division whose license has not lapsed for more than one year may complete a DBPR PMW-3125 Individual Occupational License Renewal Application form. Complete the application by clicking on the "Printable Application" link at the bottom of the page.
PROFESSIONALS INCLUDING: doctor, nurse, paramedic, emergency medial technician (EMT), physician's assistants, and veterinarian (including track veterinarian) must have a Florida professional license with the proper state agency, prior to occupational licensure by the Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering.
LICENSE TERM: Florida Pari-Mutuel licenses are valid from July 1st and shall be valid
for a period of three fiscal years.
FEE: The license fee is $80 for a three-year license.
FINGERPRINTS: Initial applicants must
submit a complete set of fingerprints to the Division either on a FD-258
fingerprint card or via a Livescan device. Fingerprints will be electronically retained
for future submissions to the FDLE for those individuals timely renewing their
license. Every 3 years thereafter, upon renewal, the applicant must pay a
resubmission fee for his/her fingerprints to be resubmitted to the Florida
Dept. of Law Enforcement for an updated criminal history background check. Choose
an option below.
Fingerprints (Required for Online Applicants): Electronic fingerprints must be
submitted to the Division through a law enforcement agency or an FDLE approved
Livescan Service Provider. Submit electronic fingerprints with the following
ORI number: FL920630Z. You must
provide your Transaction Control Number (TCN) with your application. Note:
Electronic processing fees must be paid directly to the law enforcement agency
or FDLE approved Livescan Service Provider.
more information on electronic fingerprinting, including the FDLE’s Livescan
Service Provider List, please visit the DBPR Fingerprint Information page.
Card: Completed fingerprint
cards (FD-258) must be mailed to the Division with your application and the $37.25
fingerprint processing fee.
Resubmission (Renewal Applicants Only): Applicants timely renewing their license
need only provide the Division the $13.25 fingerprint resubmission processing
fee with their application. Note: Timely submission of renewals must occur
within one year of the expiration of the applicant’s license.
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applicant who is under 18 years of age is exempt from fingerprint requirements;
and instead of a fingerprint card, an applicant who is 70 years of age or older
submits $24 for a background information records check through the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement.
VERY IMPORTANT FOR
ONLINE APPLICANTS: If
you have previously been issued a license by the Division of Pari-Mutuel
Wagering, you must link your license to your online account. If eligible for
renewal, you will be able to renew your license utilizing DBPR Online Services.
You may verify your license number by clicking the link below and search by
entering your name.
Click here to verify existing license
For more information on how
to create an online account or link an existing license to your online account,
please visit NOTE: Certified law
enforcement or corrections officers working in security or safety positions do
not require an occupational license, except when working as the Chief of
Fees may be paid by
check or money order only and should be made payable to DBPR in U.S. funds.
Application packages may be submitted at a PMW field office or mailed to the
DBPR - Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering
2601 Blair Stone
|If you have any questions or need assistance completing this application, please call the Customer Contact Center at 850.487.1395.