· What information can I get?
· How long does it take?
· What are my obligations under the law?
· What is a Criminal History Check?
· Is it always felony and misdemeanor searches?
· How do you do that?
· Do we get copies of the cases or just information?
· How is the information transferred?
· How secure is my information?
Why Should I Pre-Screen?
You want to reduce the risk of hiring individuals with a history of theft, violence, drugs, sexual harassment, and other problems associated with today's workplace Knowledge is power.
By using pre-employment checks you can avoid multimillion-dollar lawsuits and liabilities from negligent hiring, negligent retention and workplace violence.
For example recent studies have shown that:
Up to 50% of all applications contain missing, false or misleading information.
Employee theft costs U.S. Businesses over $50 billion annually.
Employee theft causes 3 out of every 10-business failures.
Workplace violence costs employers over $4 billion annually.
Embezzlement losses average over $125,000 per incident.
What information can I get?
· National Wants and Warrants
· Motor Vehicle Report
· Criminal Records search
· Enhanced Exhaustive Background Search with Criminal
· Civil Records Search
· Enhanced Background Civil Search
· Workers Compensation Report
· Personal Reference Checks
· Employment Verification
· Instant County Locator (Address Verification)
· Education Verification
· Drivers License Information
· Credit Report
· Social Security Number Validation
· People Locate Search
· Deceased Search
How long does it take?
We have the fastest turn around time in the industry. Results are usually returned within 24 to 48 hours.
What are my obligations under the law?
As of Oct. 1st, 1997 the FCRA requires that all employers who request background information for pre-employment purposes have a written consent before they begin. If they make any adverse decision because of the report obtained, the applicant has the right to see the information and contest it if it is wrong. We provide you with forms and releases that will assist you in the process. More information on the FCRA laws can be found at the www.ftc.gov website.
What is a Criminal History Check?
A Criminal history check is a 7 year (further if requested), “Hands On’ search of records is conducted and includes both misdemeanor and felony convictions in most courts are reported to you. You are provided with all available information of convictions including charges, offense date, conviction date, dispositions and sentencing and any extra information that available from the courts.
Is it always felony and misdemeanor searches?
Yes, 99% of the time. In some counties felony only is allowed. We have available an exception report that lists the counties or jurisdictions that are felony only.
How do you do that?
We have researchers across the USA and Canada that visit courthouses daily. They research the archives at the courts and abstract the information from the files they find. They fax or call the findings to us, and we in turn notify you.
Do we get copies of the cases or just information?
We can order, view obtain photocopies or certified court case docket copies from the courts upon request.
How is the information transferred?
Requests and results can be sent via the Internet*, e-mail*, or toll free fax. We customize our searches to meet each clients specific needs.
*(except D.M.V. information)
How secure is my information?
DrivingRecords.com Request Service recognizes the importance of secure online transactions, and takes steps to safeguard the privacy of information you provide through online forms. For your online requests for any service’s disclosures, programs encrypt the information you provide on the request form before transmission to the selected. This information is decrypted only upon receipt by the selected. Physical, electronic and procedural safeguards designed to guard applicant’s identifiable information are maintained.
Further, the site’s security protocols and measures are designed to protect the personally identifiable information you provide from unauthorized access or alteration. These measures include physical security, technological security measures and encryption of certain information.
The site’s security protocols and measures are designed to protect the personally identifiable information you provide from unauthorized access or alteration as an added security measure.