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Before you appeal your BCCC denial, please check the reason for the denial. The TNC (Transportation Network Company) Division of the Department of Public Utilities may deny an appeal based on a particular condition, offense, or violation found in the suitability standard.
The TNC Division cannot correct your Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI). If you think that there is a conviction or entry on your CORI that is wrong, you must contact the Office of the Commissioner of Probation at (617) 727-5300 or the Chief Probation Officer of the court that charged you.
If you would like to get a copy of your CORI or Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) driving record, please follow the instructions on the CORI and driving record pages.
To claim your appeal, send an email to the TNC Division which includes the following required information:
We preserve your appeal from the date we receive your email. The TNC Division reviews all documents provided to it as part of the appeal. Every driver who appeals will have their determination reviewed. However, most appeals will not result in a hearing.
If there is an appeal hearing, you have the right to appear on your own behalf, or an Authorized Representative may accompany, represent, and advise you. An Authorized Representative must file a written notice with the TNC Division that must contain:
Please bring all reliable information that supports your position to your appeal hearing.
If you have questions about the appeal process or the status of your appeal, you may contact the TNC Division at (617) 305-3569 or by email.