Criminal History Records (Felony/Misdemeanor) *
Prime provides criminal research in every state and county throughout the United States. Statewide records are available in some states. All reports are in adherence with the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Law Enforcement Agencies (i.e. police, FBI, CIA, State Trooper, etc.) are the ONLY agencies able to conduct nationwide criminal searches.
Federal Records Search
Federal offenses, such as financial malfeasance, distributing drugs within 100 feet of a school, kidnapping, bank robbery, etc.
Nationwide Criminal Database
This database comprises almost 300 million records, from states and counties that provide statewide criminal information for Felony and Misdemeanor conviction records. The FCRA requires that each hit must be verified through the court of record, to determine that the person being checked is actually the person who was convicted. In addition, it includes the 50-State Sex Offender Registries (with photographs) and Department of Corrections.
Nationwide Criminal Database with Monthly Monitoring
The same National Criminal Database is provided including the 50-State Sex Offender Registries and Department of Corrections and thereafter is monitored and updated on a monthly basis for any new criminal information plus any changes to existing conviction records for a period of one year.
Prime's trained professionals perform confidential, in-depth, and detailed verifications. Points of verification from data submitted by the applicant include dates of employment, work history, position, salary, and reason for leaving. Information is obtained in adherence with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
This search is available in every state and county. The civil records search will check an individual for any civil cases in a given county or state where available. The search includes both defendant and plaintiff indexes, and will reflect filings such as bankruptcies, tax liens, suits, or judgments.
Verification is done with information provided by the applicant. Data verified is move-in/move-out dates, notification given, rental amount, late payments, returned checks, and documented disturbances. Homeowners' verification is obtained from the individual's credit report. All information is obtained in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Workers' Compensation claim records are available at the state level from 44 states. Records include a full claim, case numbers, dates, injury date(s), disposition of claim, and the employer of record at the time of the incident.
Social Security Number Trace/Verification (Personal Identifier)
The Trace identifies residential movement, other names used, and prior employment. We also have a SSN database that verifies the State of issuance and Year of issuance. This database will also indicate the use of a retired, faulty, or un-issued social security number.
An education review verifies academic history, including dates of attendance, main course of study, degree(s) obtained, and GPA (if available), all according to the policies of the institution. Over 15,000 schools offer records of advanced education and training.
Professional License & Certification Verification
Professional license and good standing reports are available at the state level from every state, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions. The applicant supplies the license number - the state verifies the type of license, the issue date, expiration date, and the current standing.
Fraud and Abuse Control (Healthcare Organizations)
This service, drawing information from more than 800 sources, identifies medical personnel whose past behavior would cause your organization to be excluded from participation in Federal healthcare programs and their reimbursement; it also identifies excluded providers (individuals and entities) that were indirectly involved in patient care and thus subject to Civil Monetary Penalties (CMPs). In addition, it identifies providers (again, individuals and entities) who have been reported by state agencies as the subject(s) of adverse actions. By helping to identify sanctioned individuals and entities in the healthcare field, this service substantially reduces your organization's risk of government sanctions and/or civil monetary penalties from civil suits. (NOTE: CMPs can be as much as $10,000 for each item or service!)
Web-based Electronic I-9 Management Tool
Developed by immigration attorneys, this service provides a foolproof answer to I-9 problems. It provides Electronic Employment Eligibility Verifications for American employers with a web-based, industrial-grade solution that is proven scalable for the largest U.S. employers (such as WalMart and Home Depot). Our solution produces virtually failsafe I-9s, increases the overall efficiency of I-9 processes, and provides centralized visibility and management of corporate-wide I-9 risks. It interfaces seamlessly with the E-Verify/Basic Pilot Program and the OFAC (Terrorist) List and can be implemented as a paperless solution with Electronic Signature.
Prime offers a full-service Drug Screen solution. Our services include collection center locations that are nearby to most corporations and their employees. Should a drug screen result return positive, Prime has a Medical Review Officer ready to review the screen results.
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