A statewide indexing system
is used to conduct the initial search. This search is by name only or
name and date of birth. The information comes from the individual county
courts. All counties are covered. All indexing systems are updated daily,
weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.
If there is a "no match" through the statewide
indexing system, then the individual being searched is cleared by either
name only or name and date of birth.
If there is a "match" by name or name and
date of birth, the information is then verified either at the statewide
level and released with verifiable indicators such as name, date of
birth and/or social security number or is pulled at the county court
level with indicators to get final disposition information. Records
that can be verified by name only are noted.
A database is used that is searched by name or name
and date of birth. The database is information that is updated weekly,
monthly or quarterly. The information comes from either county or statewide
sources. The "no match" or "match" information is
then posted from the database information as either verified by name or
name and date of birth. No further verification process is used.
Request for information are made directly from the
statewide agency that houses criminal record information. This information
is as current as the reporting process of the counties in a given state
reporting to the repository agency. There is no mandated time period in
which counties are required to report to the statewide agency. Information
is verified by name, date of birth and/or social security number. This
search is not available in all states. (Please refer to price sheet for
The initial search is performed by name only and if
there is a full name match, then the name will be verified by using the
social security number of the individual through the U.S. District Attorney's
Office in the jurisdiction searched. The information includes all federal
district courts within that state. The information may include both felony
and misdemeanor information.
Searches are performed directly from the county court
levels. This information is verified by name, date of birth and sometimes
social security number. The county court information will include felony
level and sometimes misdemeanor level information. If misdemeanor information
is not included within the same court as the felony charges, then the
highest misdemeanor court will be searched. Felony-only county courts
will be noted as such on any reports. Some county courts assess a search
fee charge that will be included in any billing and noted on the invoice,
Information indicates credit worthiness (i.e., bankruptcies, judgments,
liens, debt, etc.) Full credit report is available under FCRA regulations.
Will trace social security number and state/date issued.
Verifies addresses for past 7 years of residency. This search is used
as a cross-referencing tool to conduct other searches.
Will locate any alias names associated with SSN. Used as cross-referencing
tool for other searches.
Will search driving record for traffic violations, expiration date,
restrictions and class rating. Some states have restrictions that significantly
impact turnaround times.
Last degree earned will be verified or special requests.
Verify dates of employment, position(s) held, salary history (if possible),
reason for leaving, and eligibility for rehire.
Will verify last two occupancies.
5 - 10 Panel screen includes: adulteration and faxed results.
5 - 10 Panel screen includes: onsite testing, adulteration and faxed
(Can be conducted in your office)
At TeamScreen, we deliver results in the
fastest possible turnaround times without comprising accuracy.
Our built-in quality assurance processes look for discrepancies
and track conflicts to resolution. We never compromise accuracy
for the sake of speed. You need the facts, fast and
that's what we deliver!
We control the entire process in-house
to ensure our high standards are met and delays from our local
on-site vendor network are eliminated.