Does your search include federal offenses? Not sure. First, federal offenses mean those that are prosecuted under federal law. And they aren't housed in county courts. The Federal government maintains its own court system for criminal charges of national consequence.
When you have limited resources, the last thing you can afford to do is be wasteful. Here are 3 ways you can maximize your resources and still get a high quality screen.
What is a background check? Simply said, it's the compiling of public records associated with someone's criminal or civil history. Because it's public data, these records are actually...
Many school districts and organizations have levels of background screening for volunteers. This is often based on if an individual is supervised or unsupervised.
Hidden Dangers Not all background checks are created equal and in the case of database only screens, they are dangerous and unreliable. The reality is that even the best "national" database contains records from only about 50% of U.S. Courts.