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Criminal History

County Criminal histories provides a criminal record search in any U.S. County and some Canadian Provinces. These searches can be accessed via the Clerk of Courts Office in the specific county responsible for the applicant's current and/or former residence and /or work address. Each address location that resides within a different court jurisdiction is considered a separate criminal record search. In addition, multiple names used by an applicant are considered a separate search of criminal court record indexes. For instance, a maiden name, AKAs and former married names, are all considered a separate search of criminal court record indexes. All criminal record searches will be conducted to reflect a search of felony and/or misdemeanor indexes (involving statutory offenses), for the last 7-year period.

Federal Criminal records search provides criminal filings in any of the nation's 300 plus Federal District Courts.  As federal crimes do not appear in state or county court record searches, federal records are searched via the applicable federal district.  Information provided will include case number, charge, date of filing as well as the current status or disposition of the case.

International Criminal searches can be conducted in over 140 countries.

Multi-Jurisdictional criminal check is a powerful high-speed multi jurisdictional search of our state and county criminal records databases. This database returns offender information in a condensed easy to comprehend format. Multi-State sex and violent offender is included in this search.  This is not a stand alone check and should be conducted with a single state wide check or county check. 

Statewide criminal histories search statewide criminal repositories and include felony and misdemeanor crimes.  Not every state is offered due to quality of  information or state specific availability.

Criminal History

Medical Sanctions reports allows you to conduct a search of disciplinary actions taken by federal agencies as well as those taken by licensing and certification agencies in all 50 states. This is the most comprehensive search method available for high-risk individuals and contractors.

License verification of healthcare professional licensure to cover a wide range of healthcare professions.

Abuse Registry is a search of direct care workers such as certified nurse aides and findings of abuse.  Searches are done on a state to state basis.

OIG Exclusions is a search of the Office of the Inspector General for the department of Health and Human Services exclusions database.  These exclusions are updated monthly and any facility that receives federal funding and hires an individual on the exclusions list can loose their reimbursement.


Driving Records is a search of driving history is an evaluation tool to test an applicant's ability to perform tasks that may be required to fill a position.  Information reflected on the driving record includes speeding or other moving violations, chargeable accidents, DUI's, suspension or revocations, accumulation of points, etc.

Global Check  The Global Check/Patriot Act Name Search includes the U.S. and foreign sanctions and watch lists listed below. Lists notated with an asterisk (*) indicate a geographic-based sanctions list. Bullet Screening Services will add additional sanctions and watch lists as U.S. or foreign governments and international organizations release them. These lists currently include:
     • OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) & Blocked Persons
     • OFAC Sanctioned Countries, including Major Cities & Ports *
     • Non-Cooperative Countries and Territories *
     • Department of State Trade Control (DTC) Debarred Parties
     • U.S. Bureau of Industry & Security (formerly BXA):
     • Unverified Entities List
     • Denied Entities List
     • Denied Persons List
     • FBI Most W anted Terrorists & Seeking Information
     • FBI Top Ten Most W anted
     • INTERPOL Most W anted List
     • Bank of England Sanctions List
     • OSFI - Canadian Sanctions List
     • United Nations Consolidated Sanctions List
     • Politically Exposed Persons List
     • European Union Terrorism List
     • World Bank Ineligible Firms

SSN/Address History is a powerful investigative tool that provides information on individuals' past addresses and movement patterns. Establishes an investigative starting point and allows for better management and a more complete background check by verifying and returning information on applicants: Full Name, Age/DOB, Address, and Dates at listed Addresses.


Employment Verification attempts to verify the applicant’s previous or current employment: start date, end date, title, salary, eligibility for rehire, and reason for leaving from a single source (typically HR), as well as the verifier name, title and contact information.

Education Verification  attempts to verify the applicant’s school, dates of attendance and degree or major, as well as the verifier name, title and contact information.

Drug Testing
Drug Testing

Drug test available in all 50 states with convenient online ordering and accurate Medical Review Officer(MRO).

Random testing programs available.

Education Verification  attempts to verify the applicant’s school, dates of attendance and degree or major, as well as the verifier name, title and contact information.

E-Verify / I-9

E-Verify is a system operated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA) that allows participating employers to electronically verify the employment eligibility of their newly hired employees. E-Verify is the best means available for determining employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security Numbers.  Setup through DHS is required.

Form I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. All U.S. employers must ensure proper completion of Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. This includes citizens and noncitizens. Both employees and employers (or authorized representatives of the employer) must complete the form. On the form, an employee must attest to his or her employment authorization. The employee must also present his or her employer with acceptable documents evidencing identity and employment authorization. The employer must examine the employment eligibility and identity document(s) an employee presents to determine whether the document(s) reasonably appear to be genuine and to relate to the employee and record the document information on the Form I-9. The list of acceptable documents can be found on the last page of the form. Employers must retain Form I-9 for a designated period and make it available for inspection by authorized government officers.

Through IQ's system we are able to combine the electronic I-9 and E-Verify for submission and retention.  I-9 information is stored and E-Verify submission are made to efficiently and accurately maintain compliance.

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