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12-05-2006, 01:30 AM #1Mr.RobertGuest
The Importance Of Background Check
CONFIRM REAL PROPERTY DATA
MINIMIZE RISK BY CONFIRMING IDENTITY OF INDIVIDUALS
Prepare for real property data by verifying or correcting public ownership and transfer data. Identify past buyers and sellers; compare assessed land, improvement, and market values; check lender information, loan amounts, and mortgage holder information; and track results of quit claim, grant, property records and other deeds.
Help your career thrive by verifying the public data available to potential employers. Establish the validity of legally-registered professional licenses, permits, and credentials; clarify past criminal records search and occupational disciplinary actions; review your past worker's compensation claims; and double-check basic personal data for employee background checks.
Accomplish a quick and careful examination of an applicant's history. Substantiate social security numbers, current and past addresses, and other names associated with those addresses; detect possible bankruptcies, liens and judgments; and get documentation on other personal info submitted to help screen background information of possible tenant or roommate background checks.
01-31-2007, 08:26 PM #2johnhomGuest
whr do I find more info abt ur topic?
10-25-2007, 11:44 AM #3
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- Oct 2007
I live in North Carolina, and I'm concerned about protecting myself from crimes and fraud. So background checks seem like a good idea.
Comparing the crime rates in North Carolina criminal records with that of the US as a whole over the last two decades reveals that North Carolinaís property crime rate accelerated at a faster rate than that of the rest of the nation as a whole. The good news is that North Carolina criminal records show that overall crime in North Carolina, as it is in the rest of the US, has seen a recent decline after an observed twenty-year rise. This is according to data in the North Carolina criminal record released by the State Bureau of Investigation in 1996.
To summarize, North Carolina criminal records, show that North Carolina crime rates have been noted to decrease since the 1990s after the steady rise observed from the 1960s up to the 1990s. Also, the rate of violent crime fell by about 7 percent, although this statistic is limited only to those incidents reported to the police.
Aside from the State Bureau of Investigation, another source of North Carolina criminal record would be the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). Other sources for the North Carolina criminal record include the North Carolina SAVAN/VINE, which victims can easily call up and ask for information regarding the status and alterations in a particular offenderís custody and judicial supervision.
Other sources for the North Carolina criminal records would be the North Carolina Department of Corrections, the North Carolina Sex Offender, and Public Protection Agency.