Performing a truly comprehensive background check throughout United States can, in actuality, be much more complicated and difficult than most people would assume. Because criminal data and other public records are often fragmented across several sources due to the disconnect amongst state, federal, local courts and corrections departments, a background researcher will need to reassemble the various pieces of information to get an accurate picture of the candidate’s true background. The fact that there are thousands of local courts spread out across the country makes this task more challenging than conventional wisdom would suggest.
Carrying out criminal background checks has become inevitable for most employers. Today, finding information regarding to criminal records has become quite simple compared to a couple of years ago. There are in fact, many people aside from employers who may seek to run background checks on others but they just do not understand how they can carry on the entire process, or how simple it actually is.
Do you run National Criminal Reports regularly and often wonder if you’re getting all the details?
Has your applicant resided in a specific county that does not report to the National Database?
Did you know that running a simple National Database Search can hold you open to liability in your screening practice?
Your solution is the Emerge County Criminal Report. Using a combination of physical court runners and state-of-the-art digital court extraction technology, LiveRunner™, records can be searched using specific counties in which the applicant has resided in and reveal detailed information not found in any other type of criminal report.