Choose from available options:
Seven-year report on Racist, Sexist or Discriminatory Behavior; Sexually Explicit Material; Threats or Acts of Violence; and Potentially Illegal Activity.
Receive updates if new hits are found on Criminal Records Checkpoint, National Criminal Database Alias, Department of Corrections, Sex Offender Registry, and FBI Sex Offender Registry Searches.
Our new Credit Check Service will examine and reveal a borrower’s payment history, outstanding debts and other financial information, giving your company the ability to determine their financial responsibility and money management skills.
Reports any felony convictions in the last seven years for the selected county.
Expands the County Criminal Background Check beyond felony convictions and includes misdemeanor convictions filed, when available, at the county seat.
Broadens the scope of a background check by searching a database collection of public records compiled from courts and law enforcement agencies across the United States. This service is offered as an accessory to the County Criminal Background Check or the NYS Statewide Search.
A criminal search conducted at the Canadian
Provincial Court level. There are 13 provinces available: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Islands, Quebec, Saskatchewan, and Yukon.
Reports information on file about names, addresses and date of birth that has been associated with the submitted number, confirmation of issuance by the Social Security Administration, if it was issued in the last 5 years or if it was issued to someone that has been reported as deceased.
Reports records of individual who have been or are currently incarcerated in a state facility. This service is offered as an accessory to the County Criminal Background Check. Rules and availability vary by state.
Records of cases brought by the federal government against an individual for actions in violation of federal laws at the felony and misdemeanor levels.
Reports individuals on parole, probation or imprisoned for certain sex offenses. Availability and data vary by state.
Drug screening ensures that position-specific physical requirements are met and that the work environment is drug-free.
Drug screening service offers lab-based and instant drug testing including DOT-compliant occupational health services and Biometric screening.
Data compiled by the Department of Justice providing a one-stop search of public sex offender registries of participating states. New York State should be searched as a separate state to ensure all three levels are reported.
Reports the current status of the candidate’s driver’s license (valid, suspended, revoked etc.) and the date and type of any convictions listed on the license.
Reports the dates a candidate worked at a company, the position, basic job performance and ask whether the candidate is eligible for rehire.
Provides an in-depth interview with approximately 20 questions covering job performance.
Reports an applicant's degree, major field of study, and date of graduation.
Searching OIG/GSA and other federal sources including FDA debarments, DEA restrictions and TRICARE. This search meets minimum federal requirements as outlined in the OIG’s Compliance Program Guidance.
This U.S. Patriot Act compliant search will include a search of more than 120 separate U.S. and foreign sanctions and watch lists including OFAC.
Exit interviews can be a proactive tool that can help you gather feedback about the perception of the employment conditions within your organization, with the goal to support your organization’s continued growth and success.
Reports current status and expiration date of a state-issued license.
Requested names will be searched against the list of all currently excluded parties designated by the U.S. Department of Health Services Office of Inspector General.
Requested names will be searched against the list maintained by the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General of the State of New York.
Requested names will be searched against the Excluded Parties List System (EPLS) maintained by the General Services Administration. This list will provide information regarding entities debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, excluded or disqualified under the non-procurement common rule, or otherwise declared ineligible from receiving Federal contracts, certain subcontracts, and certain Federal assistance and benefits.
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