1805 Allouez Ave., Suite 3
Green Bay, WI 54311
Address Search Manager is a powerful background-screening tool that provides information on individuals' past addresses and movement patterns. Address Source Manager establishes a 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 plus Phone Numbers.
The social security trace is a good place to start in determining whether an applicant is disclosing his/her true identity and honestly stating his or her employment/ residence history. The social security trace will detail the residences where an individual has lived for the past 7-10 years. Also included in the report may be additional names such as maiden name, AKAs and former married names associated with an individual as well as past employers and additional social security numbers that may have been used by the applicant.
Provides a criminal record searches in any U.S. County. These searches can be accessed via the Clerk of Courts Office in the specific county responsible for the applicant's current and/or former resident and /or work address and /or where the applicant has gone to school. Each Court location 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 when kept in the same court, for the last 10-year period, unless a 7-year search is required by law or requested by our customer.
Provides a criminal record searches through federal records as far back as 1985 (for federal convections only). These are different from federal civil cases in that the federal government itself always brings a criminal complaint. In the name of the United States of America, federal prosecutors try to convince the court that a named defendant has violated federal criminal law. Whether involving mail fraud, interstate drug trafficking, civil rights violations or some other matter, the essence of these cases is always the same: the defendant is alleged to have committed a crime and prosecutors seek a conviction and punishment. A Federal Criminal Records Search reveals cases filed in U.S. District Courts. These searches can be accessed via each U.S. Federal District Court in the specific Federal District responsible for the applicant's current and/or former resident and /or work address and /or where the applicant has gone to school. Each U.S. Federal District Court is considered a separate Criminal Federal Conviction Record Check. In addition, multiple names used by an applicant are considered a separate search of each Criminal Federal Conviction Record Check. For instance, a maiden name, AKAs and former married names, are all considered a separate Criminal Federal Conviction Record Checks. All Criminal Federal Conviction Record Check searches will be conducted to reflect a search of Criminal Federal Conviction Record when permitted by law, for the last *10-year period. * Unless a 7-year search is required by law or requested by our customer.
Statewide repositories vary in detail and scope of information for each state. Data available may reflect arrest information obtained by police departments, county cases forwarded from local courts, or other criminal data housed by the State. Provides a criminal record searches in any U.S. County. These searches can be accessed via the State's Criminal Record Repository in the specific State responsible for the applicant's current and/or former resident and /or work address and /or where the applicant has gone to school. Each State is considered a separate Statewide Repository Criminal Check. In addition, multiple names used by an applicant are considered a separate search of each State's Criminal Record Repository. For instance, a maiden name, AKAs and former married names, are all considered a separate Statewide Repository Criminal Check. All Statewide Repository Criminal Check searches will be conducted to reflect a search of felony and/or misdemeanor when permitted by law, for the last 10-year period, unless a 7-year search is required by law or requested by our customer.
“National” Multi-State Criminal Records Search is a powerful high-speed multi jurisdictional search of state and county criminal records databases. “National” Multi-State Criminal Records Search quickly returns offender information in a condensed easy to comprehend format. This exclusive criminal search includes access to more than 160 million criminal records across the United States. Results are available instantly when ordered via our website.
The Patriot Act requires financial institutions to match their existing potential customers against the Office of Foreign Control (OFAC) list of suspected terrorists entities and individuals and other watch lists. Our Patriot Act conforming search allows you to search all the databases below:
Patriot Act Sources Covered
United Nationals Named Terrorists
Office of Foreign Asset Control
Bank of England Sanctions
World Bank Ineligible Firms
OSFI - Canada
Defense Trade Controls (DTC) Debarred Parties
US Bureau of Industry and Security - Unverified Entity List
US Bureau of Industry and Security - Denied Entity List
US Bureau of Industry and Security - Denied Person List
Identifies individuals who have been convicted of sexually oriented or sexually violent offences where the courts have determined that community notification is necessary for that individual. This is a vital report for any company-hiring individuals who may come in contact with or hold a position of authority over minors, senior citizens and/or having customer contact in a customer’s home or workplace
Information included in this report is the service enlisted, rank or grade, salary, past or present assignments, dates and honors obtained, type of discharge, if the applicant is retired personnel, and if records belong to deceased personnel.
Employment verifications are made by direct contact to the personnel department/human resources department and to the immediate supervisor. Information obtained includes dates of employment and job title(s). Additional information pertaining to responsibilities, duties and performance, salary, re-hire eligibility, reason for leaving, and other pertinent information will be reported if available and permitted for release.
Will identify a history of claims. This is very useful in avoiding the habitual claimant or in properly channeling work assignments involving physical labor or repetitive movements.
Personal reference interview is a valuable source of information about the applicant, how others and their overall image perceive the applicant. Information on conduct, integrity and reputation is valid in making an informed decision that will reflect your business and ethical views. Personal references will be interviewed and should not be relatives or employers.
(Nurse, Teacher, Pharmacist, Physician, etc.)
Professional licenses and credentials are verified in the state issued, as listed on the employment application. Other information included is date of expiration, if the applicant is in good standing, and the agency reporting the information.
This report will help with consideration when certain positions require a certain level of education. Because applicants often falsify or exaggerate credentials, this service assists employers in selecting the most qualified candidate. This search will verify dates of attendance, major and minor areas of study, degrees and date obtained, as well as honors received.
This search provides driving records on individuals for business and industry purposes including the underwriting and rating of personal and commercial automobile insurance. In addition, this information is used when evaluating new and current employees whose job responsibilities include operating motor vehicles. These Real Time searches can provide a copy of the candidate's driving history for a selected period. Information reflected on the driving record includes speeding or other moving violations, chargeable accidents, DUIs, suspension or revocations, accumulation of points, etc.
Search identifies individuals or employers who have had sanctions brought against them for a crime committed is association with healthcare-related state or federally funded agencies. Parties with sanctions against them are excluded from Medicare (Federal), Medicaid (State), childcare, social services and ALL federal health care programs.