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A background check is an investigation into a person’s professional and personal history that validates or disproves their character and identity.

 

Why conduct a background check?

You may want to have a person submit to a background investigation

 before:

 

  • Hiring a new employee
  • Taking on a new tenant
  • Making an investment
  • Hiring a nanny
  • Selecting a public official (i.e. police chief or fire chief)
  • Commonly Detected Lies
  • Problems and Limitations of Online Background Checks
  • Working with an Investigator
  • Information You Need
  • Criminal vs Complete Background Checks

 

There is no standard or routine background check.

The investigation should be tailored to your areas of concern,

reasons for finding out more, and your overall needs. Whether

  • you're hiring a new employee,
  • looking for a nanny,
  • or are about to make a new investment

a background check can ensure the safety of everyone involved.

 

How do you conduct a background check?

There are automated background checks available via the internet,

 but that information is often incomplete or inaccurate. Each record,

whether found through the internet or another source, needs to be

 verified for validity.

A private investigator can provide detailed and accurate information

 about a person and ensure that the information is accurate.

 

Working with an Investigator

Working with an investigator is the best way to ensure that

the information you receive is accurate and reliable.

A background check investigator can also give you further

insight about the person's character through interviews and

 looking into the person's professional and personal history.

 

 

Criminal vs Complete Background Checks

Two common investigations are criminal and complete background checks.

 

 

 

 

Background Check

Typical Background Check

A typical background check includes criminal records

  • education and employment history
  • civil records
  • references
  • and more depending on the situation and individual.

Commonly Detects Lies

People often provide false information on the following:

 

  • Education history and degrees
  • Professional background and work history
  • Licenses and professional organization membership
  • Omitting prior experience to hide a grievance or lawsuit

 

Information You Need

Having as much information as possible can make the background investigation a quicker process. Some information you may want to have:

 

  • Full name with middle initial
  • Date and location of birth
  • Social Security Number
  • Schools attended and awarded degrees
  • Past employers

Although it is ideal to have all of the above, a good investigator can research a person with very little information.

Criminal Background Check

The sole purpose of a criminal background check is to determine whether or not the person has a criminal record.

Complete Background Check

A complete background investigation involves looking at all public records that are available. This can include driving records, education and employment history, and more.

 

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