Our computerized search packages are customized by the industry and further refined to meet your needs. We have access to billions of records through hundreds of thousands of databases throughout the United States and Internationally.
Address Trace Report Provides insight into the applicant’s residency and movement patterns by returning the full name, age, and DOB, a complete address history, including dates and phone numbers at listed addresses. As an additional barrier to identity theft, data is crosschecked through the Social Security Death Index, which is designed to prevent the stealing of a deceased persons’ identity.
Nationwide Search (Sex Offender included)
A powerful, virtually instant multi-jurisdictional search of state and county criminal records. This database is compiled from counties, Department of Corrections (DOC), Administration of the Court (AOC), and state sex offender registries from across the country. Also included in each search are national and international terrorism sources such as Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). This search includes the National Sex & Violent Offender Database, P.R.I.O.R.S. and the Foreign Nationals Database.
Single State Search (Sex Offender included)
A rapid-return report of information from a specific states courts and agencies. Sources include Department of Corrections, Administration of the Court, county courts and sex offender registries, including the National Sex & Violent Offender Database.
Criminal record search run in each county that the applicant has resided in the last 7 years based off a pre-pull of Social Security Address Trace Report. Searches felony and/or misdemeanor, and some instances, an infraction filing. Multiple names and/or addresses require separate searches.
Results take longer than Nationwide Criminal Database searches but are more in-depth and detailed.
Additional access fees may apply to certain courts.
Criminal record search in any U.S. County, via the Clerk of Courts Office in the specific county responsible for the applicant’s current and/or former resident and/or work addresses. Searches felony and/or misdemeanor indexes (involving statutory offenses) for the past 7 years. Multiple names and/or addresses require separate searches.
Accesses Global Criminal Database data to identify individuals linked to terrorism or appearing on government watch lists and sanction lists. Results include information from United States agencies as well as databases of other countries, institutions and international law enforcement agencies across the world.
Searches a specified county to identify noncriminal suits filed by individuals or corporations, such as product-liability suits, local civil-rights violations, judgments for nonpayment of goods, and litigation related to divorce, marriage, or child custody. Most states divide its lower and upper courts based on the monetary amount of the claim. Searches access records for cases assigned to and processed in either Upper or Lower Courts.
Reveals criminal complaints brought by the U.S. government against defendants for violations of federal criminal law.
Searches criminal records in a specified country, accessing a range of judicial and law enforcement environments. Searches are monitored to comply with each country’s changing restrictions and requirements.
National Searches the above-listed federal sources, state agencies across the 50 states, and includes the Global Report (see description above.)
Accesses applicant credit history, including identifying information, public records, outstanding debt, payment history, loans and mortgages, late payments and defaults, and credit inquiries. (Report provided through TransUnion.)
An employment verification specialist will contact the employer to verify information reported by the employee on a job application or resume. The report will contain dates of employment, last position held and eligibility for rehire.
An employment verification specialist will contact the employer to verify information reported by the employee on a job application or resume. The report will contain driver vehicle type, reason for leaving, safety performance history, and DOT regulated drug and alcohol testing records.
A verification specialist will contact the school, college, university, or other educational institution or agency that granted the degree or certificate. The education verification report will include dates of attendance, degree, major or program, and graduation date, if applicable.
Verification with the state or federal issuing authority of the applicant’s license, certification or credentials, the date of issue, expiration date and status.
A verification specialist will contact the personal and professional references provided by the applicant and ask questions pertaining to the reference’s relationship with the applicant, length of time known, any joint work experiences, and overall character of the applicant.
Searches information compiled from an individual states Department of Motor Vehicles. Reports access 3-7 years of license data (depending on the state) and will include such information as license status, suspensions or revocations, moving violations, DUIs, point accumulation, chargeable accidents, court appearances and departmental actions.
(Commercial Drivers License Information System) A search of a database maintained by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators to ensure single license issuance nationwide. Enables employers to comply with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requirements and helps eliminate a candidate who does not hold a valid Commercial Drivers license. This search provides name, DOB, S.S. # match, AKA information, present jurisdictional state, and license number and up to three previously held CDL numbers.
(Pre-employment Screening Program) A report from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) returning a commercial driver’s 5-year crash and 3-year inspection history from the FMCSA’s Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS).
Returns information on a company’s key credit scores (with explanations), basic company information (location, incorporation data, key personnel, sales, etc.), corporate linkage (parents, branches, etc.), debt and payment trends, trade payments, and legal filings (including tax liens, judgments, and bankruptcies).