EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND CHECKS
Pest Control Services Employment Screening
The liability exposure of pest control and other home services companies is enormous.
They are particularly vulnerable to misconduct by their employees as they are in homes or businesses as they go about doing their jobs.
They may be missing as many as 10 percent of their applicant’s criminal records that may be found in the Federal criminal records system. Moreover, these are not usually minor crimes.For an example of an applicant with a Federal criminal record but no state or county arrest record, Click Here.
This record would not have been found without a check of the separately maintained Federal criminal records systems which contains about 10 per cent of all arrest records.
We have developed a new criminal record background check that is particularly well suite for home and business service companies as it also checks Federal criminal records as part of the background checks.
A criminal records “Smart Search Plus®” includes:
everything included in the standard criminal record “Smart Search®”
and it also includes an unlimited check of Federal Criminal Records in all needed federal court jurisdictions where the applicant may have lived as evidenced in the social security address history trace.
The need for the criminal records “Smart Search Plus®” is better explained here:Federal Criminal Records are maintained in an entirely separate records repository and may only be accessed through the Federal court system in each state.Along with the phenomenal growth of the internet, we have also noted a dramatic increase in the crimes charged in the Federal criminal justice system.
US Department of Justice data suggests that approximately 10 percent of the 2 million people incarcerated in the US are in the Federal Bureau of Prison’s custody and of the 6.8 million people under some form of probation or parole 10 percent are being supervised by the Federal government as opposed to a state corrections department.
The bureaus of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), The FBI, the U.S. Immigration and Customs enforcement (ICE), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Secret service and Homeland Security all file criminal charges in the Federal Criminal Justice system.
Federal criminal records are maintained entirely separately by the Federal court system in each state.
Now, many crimes such as Identity Theft, Credit Card Fraud, Bank Fraud, Drug Trafficking, Kidnapping, Embezzlement, Bank Robbery, Weapons Charges, internet Child Pornography, Tax Evasion, Counterfeiting, Internet Related Sex Crimes, Tax Refund Fraud and many others are prosecuted in the Federal criminal justice system and not in state or county criminal courts.
In these cases, an applicant who has not incurred a criminal record in a state or county court, may have a serious criminal record in the Federal court system.
Those Federal criminal records would go undetected in the course of a traditional state and county criminal record background search.
As a result, many of our clients now routinely choose to include a check of Federal criminal records on their prospective employees.
In that connection, we have developed a new product that addresses the need to include a search of serious criminal activity which will only appear in the Federal criminal records systems.
The Criminal Records Smart Search Plus® addresses the concern of missed serious Federal criminal records by providing an unlimited search of all Federal criminal records in the jurisdictions which the applicant may have resided in within the last seven years.
The Criminal Records Smart Search Plus® is just as fast and easy as our Smart Search and will be included in your menu.
Simply select the Criminal Records Smart Search Plus® from your order menu, and the appropriate Federal jurisdictions will automatically be searched for you along with the state and county records already searched with the Smart Search. A check of the sex offender registry (SOR) in all 50 states is also included.
Our newly developed proprietary software allows us to access the Federal criminal records systems in any state an applicant may have lived in.
Therefore, a search of multi-state Federal criminal records can be included at a minimal additional cost to the standard criminal record Smart Search.
1. A multi-state criminal background check Including a check of the sex offender registry in all 50 states.
The Multi-State criminal background check also includes:
OFAC Blocked List- Terrorist Watch List (Office Of foreign Assets Control),
INTERPOL Most Wanted- NS,
DEA Fugitive List,
Denied Persons List,
OTS List- NS (Office Of Thrift Supervision),
Bank of England Sanctions List- NS,
European Union Terrorism Sanctions List- NS,
OSFI – Canadian Sanctions List- NS,
Australian Reserve Bank Sanctions List- NS
2. A 10 year social Security Number address history Trace
3. County or State criminal background checks from any county or State of residence based on the last 7 years social security number address history, from counties or states not already included in the multi-state criminal background check.
(This averages 1.75 additional county criminal background checks.)
These county or State criminal background checks are ordered for you automatically based on addresses shown in the applicant’s social security number trace. Criminal records returned on the multi-state criminal are also verified in the jurisdiction of record by ordering up to date county criminal records as required by the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
All of our reports are FCRA compliant.
Pest Control Workers
Pest control workers travel to clients’ sites, inspecting premises for signs of pests or infestation.
Quick Facts: Pest Control Workers
$32,160 per year
High school diploma or equivalent
Moderate-term on-the-job training
-1% (Little or no change)
Pest control workers remove unwanted creatures, such as roaches, rats, ants, bedbugs, and termites that infest buildings and surrounding areas.
Pest control workers must travel to clients’ sites. Workers often kneel, bend, and crawl in tight spaces to inspect sites.
Because there are health risks associated with pesticide use, workers are trained in pesticide safety and sometimes wear protective gear, including respirators, gloves, and goggles. Working evenings and weekends is common.