Our Services

Criminal Records

Identify criminal history of your applicant by conducting a thorough pre employment background check. This information empowers organizations to manage risks during the hiring process. Results from a criminal records search can show past history ranging from violence to irresponsibility. All of which can raise your risk as an employer.

  • Sex Offender Registry
  • County, State, National, and Federal Criminal Records Search
  • Civil Records search

Credit and Identity

Verify your applicant's residential history, personal responsibility, and Identity through our records searches. By verifying this data you can ensure your applicants identity and right to work status in this country while allowing you to make an educated hiring decision.

  • Pre-Employment Credit Report
  • Bankruptcy Records
  • Homeland Security Trace
  • Social Security Trace

Driver's Records

Any business that requires employees to operate a company vehicle or their personal vehicle for business use can benefit from reviewing an applicants motor vehicle records. These records, which are available from all states and Washington DC, include violations and citations.

Businesses that employ commercial drivers can benefit from Commercial Drivers License search to ensure that applicants are truthful about the status of their license to help reduce hiring risks.

  • Motor Vehicle Records Search
  • National Driver's Registry
  • Department of Transportation Driver's Record
  • Commercial Drivers License Record

Reference and Credentialing

The Wall Street Journal reports that 34% of Job applications contain invalid information in regards to education, experience, and the ability to perform specific job functions. Our service enables an employer to validate information related to education and qualifications.

  • Verification of previous employment
  • Verification of Education Credentials
  • Professional License Verification
  • Military Service Record Verification
  • Workers Compensation Claims
  • Reference Interviews

Substance Abuse Screening

The US Department of Labor states that as of 2005, 74.8% of illicit drug users age 18 or older were employed either as a full or part time employee. Pre-employment substance abuse screening allows an employer to deter substance abuse problems, and health care costs before an applicant becomes and employee.

  • Any results that return positive will be interpreted by a Board Certified Medical Review Officer
  • All DOT regulations and guidelines upheld
  • All Specimens are reviewed for signs of manipulation