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A background check is a fundamental piece in determining whether or not a candidate will fit into an organization or a position. What is a background check though? Many times a Human Resources Department will indicate that they just want a background check, typically referring to candidate’s criminal past or, hopefully, lack thereof. Criminal record searches are layered in many different courts based on the city, state, county and what type of criminal record being searched. It often can be confusing as to what records can be found where, let alone how to access them.
Criminal record convictions span multiple different court jurisdictions, in multiple geographic locations. Determining the location of those records based on where someone has lived is the first step in the in getting “dressed” in the criminal record search procedure, but then what? No one wants to be naked when it comes to criminals in the workplace.
This webinar I will outline the best background check practices through the eyes of clothing. How can a company dress themselves for the best protection when searching for a candidate’s criminal past? Should a company just use an umbrella search of a “national” criminal database, but forget to put on their pants and shirts of felony criminal searches in counties? How about a pair of nice shoes through a Federal criminal record search? BackTrack will help dress you and your company for success in identifying liabilities to your company by showcasing the different layers of clothing needed for the best level of protection, but at the same time not over dressing by searching unnecessary drawers of the dresser.
Come join me as I custom tailor your best-dressed criminal record search wardrobe.
Who Should Participate
HR and Security professionals that want to know the ins and outs of criminal record searching.
What You Will Learn
Attendees will learn what type of criminal records are out there, as well as where they are located. They will also learn that different criminal convictions can often be located in different courts that do not communicate with each other. Attendees will also find out that there is no national search that includes every conviction anyone has had in their past.
Each state's Bureau of Motor Vehicles. County Clerk of Courts. Rules of Criminal Procedure for each state.
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