Civil Records Check
Civil record background checks will reveal the record of civil cases where the applicant was either a plaintiff or defendant. They will show the nature of the complaint, status of the case, date of filing, names of plaintiffs / defendants and whether a judgment was entered.
This report is designed to be utilized only where the existence of such civil records would be a critical factor in an applicant’s suitability for employment.
Employers should use these records only when relevant to a specific job function and when backed by appropriate policies and procedures.
Civil Record Check Features
- Civil reports are researched and completed through personal contact by the SELECTiON.COM® staff.
- The following information is required for a civil records search: name, date of birth, and the county and state of the requested search.
- Reports include a combination of name, case number, case type, file date, verified by, plaintiff name, defendant name, defendant address, judgment date, amount and any comments.
- Turnaround times average 1-4 days.
Civil Record Check Resources
County Criminal Check
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Federal Criminal Check
|Federal Criminal Background Check reports will show if the applicant has had any criminal cases filed against them that violated federal criminal law. This searches a specific federal district court’s records.|
National Criminal Database
|Our Search America® Background Check is THE standard in supplemental national criminal database searches, with over 1.3 BILLION records, from over 1,900 different sources.|
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