A LA CARTE MENU DESCRIPTIONS National Criminal History is a comprehensive database search of multiple criminal record sources and provides instant access to around 200 million criminal records, with thousands of new records added each month. Plus, as a value added service to our clients, all potential criminal records are re-verified with the courts at no additional charge to our client. National Alias Criminal History is a comprehensive database search of multiple criminal record sources with thousands of new records added each month. With a name, date of birth and SSN, we report the state and the approximate date of issuance of the SSN. We then run the SSN through the Death Master Index. Next, we run a SSN trace to obtain a list of alias names, including maiden names. We then use this information to make a final multi-faceted search which combs through the more than 300+ million criminal records from counties, Department of Corrections (DOC), Administration of the Court (AOC) and state sex offender registries. ALL 50 States are covered including Washington DC, Guam and Puerto Rico. (Note: Nevada (NV) Sex Offender Information not available due to State regulations.) National Alias Criminal also includes a search of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) Office of Diversion Control database. It also includes a search of the repository maintained by the United States Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), that stores the names of those individuals and companies who have been designated by the Government as possibly being related to terrorism is instantly searched. These national and international terrorism sources contain more than 3.1 million photos. State Criminal History provides criminal history reports from all states where they are available (42 states) Excludes: CO, DE, LA, MA, SD, VT, WV & WY. Our team of experienced investigators researches and reports back to our clients the most accurate records in our industry. A statewide search will yield information for all counties in a given state. While all counties report to the state level, there can be instances where a conviction has been recorded at the county level, but not yet at the state level. The determination of when to conduct a statewide search is dictated by each customer. With statewide information being unavailable in some states, CBSP would be unable to conduct a search. In those instances, you decide to conduct a county or multi-county criminal history search. County Criminal History provides criminal history reports from all U.S. counties. Our team of experienced investigators researches and reports back to our clients the most accurate records in our industry. This is one of the most powerful tools for uncovering criminal records. Since law enforcement agencies report felony and misdemeanor charges, a county criminal search is where a record is likely to be filed. Our researchers handpick information from courthouse records in every county in the United States. All county criminal searches go back a minimum of seven years and include felonies and misdemeanors. Some court fees apply. Civil Court Criminal History (Lower). Conducted at one lower court within a given county; typically at the county seat (if a specific lower court is required by the client, a surcharge will apply) Searches typically do not include small claims or family matters. Due to the lack of identifiers in lower court files, providing a middle name or initial and address is highly recommended. Marriage/divorce records are not yielded by this search. Federal Civil Records are searched at an appropriate US District Court. Cases are typically related to interstate commerce, violations of civil rights, issues involving the federal government, financial institutions, etc. Approximately 93% of Federal Districts currently have basic docket records accessible electronically. The records, however, are limited to that specific district within that state. We access Federal District Court records daily to obtain the information you need to make informed hiring decisions. File copied may/may not be available, as files are transferred to federal record centers after a certain period of time. If provided with a city or county, the proper judicial district can be determined for you. Federal Criminal - Some offenses are violations of Federal law as opposed to state or local law. Records of these crimes can be located in the US District Courts. Each state has at least one US District Court, while others are divided into as many as four districts. Federal violations generally will not appear in either a county or statewide criminal check. Offenses can include kidnapping, drug trafficking, interstate transportation of stolen goods, bank robbery and embezzlement. Sex Offender (Nationwide). A search of a specific state's live repository. This instant results product provides you with information from 49 states (plus Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico). Details in the report usually include: identifiers, registered address, aliases, case numbers, charge(s), conviction details and period of incarceration. These records contain photos from the states where this is allowed by statute. The search is included in ALL of our criminal searches and packages. (Note: Nevada (NV) Sex Offender Information not available due to State regulations.) SSN Check - examines the applicant's Social Security Number to confirm that it is in a valid range, and we provide you with the state and year of issue. In addition, the number is cross- referenced against a list provided by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to determine whether the number belonged to an individual who has been reported as deceased. Employment Credit Report - Employment Credit Reports help employers protect money and merchandise by allowing them to assess financial risk within a matter of minutes. Employment Credit Reports supply credit history information as well as previous employers and prior addresses. All Employment Credit Reports comply with the FCRA. Employment Verification - Our specialists will contact the applicant's previous employer and conduct a telephone interview to obtain employment dates, positions and rehire status. Education Verification - Our specialists verify an applicant's educational background, confirming dates of attendance and highest degree completed. Certain institutions require signed releases from the applicant in order to verify these searches. Personal Reference Checking - Our trained staff of professional researchers will conduct telephone interviews to obtain the information you request from personal references. Form I-9 Compliance provides employers with new and expedient methods of complying with legal requirements of IRCA. As a federally-approved Designated Agent of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Social Security Administration (SSA), our firm increases the efficiency and validity of Form I-9 verifications and processes. Through our proprietary software integration with the federal government's Employment Verification Program (E-Verify), we conduct automated Form I-9 legal "right to work" verifications for employers. Using the specific information contained on the Form I-9, we electronically verify the accuracy of Social Security Numbers, Immigration "A" numbers, and I-94 arrival/departure numbers and provide a DHS- issued unique verification number, which should be attached to the employee's original Form I-9. Our verification services are secure, quick, easy-to-use, and most importantly, they are accurate. Workman’s Compensation - This is a statewide search which provides the injury description, injury date, filing date, weekly compensation rate and the compensation time frame.
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