SR&I Screening Service Descriptions
CastNet Nationwide Criminal Search:
CastNet is a broad nationwide search to include: State, County, Municipalities, Department of Corrections, Nationwide Sex Offender Registry, Office of Inspector General, Excluded Parties List System, and the Office of Foreign Assets and Controls.
A search of civil records in the appropriate civil court is conducted based upon type of information being sought, and all civil action on file is reported.
Using information from one or more major credit bureaus, a summarized report is provided based on credit activity since time of first reported trade.
Recommended search parameters include all region of residence, employment, and school attendance in the previous seven years, but older convictions will be reported if requested and/or available.
- County: Criminal records are searched at the highest court in the county. All felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions, and related activity on record are reported. Open arrest warrants are also reported and generally include cases awaiting trial or charges for failure to appear.
- State: Where permitted by State law, criminal records are searched at the State Central Criminal Repository or an all-county search is conducted depending on availability. All felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions, and related activity on record are reported.
- Federal: Criminal records are searched at the highest federal court in the district. All felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions, and related activity on record are reported. Open arrest warrants are also reported and generally include cases awaiting trial or charges for failure to appear.
Drug Testing Services:
SR&I offers many valueable drug testing services, please visit our Drug Testing Service section for more detail information.
The academic institution is contacted for verification of highest degree or verification of most significant academic event reported by applicant. This may include GED, high school diploma, college or advanced degrees.
Current and/or previous employers are contacted to verify employment. Based on company policy, information reported includes employment dates, title, salary, reason for termination, rehire status, and job-performance comments.
We offer local fingerprinting services at affordable rates. Please contact our office for more information.
Motor Vehicle History Report:
This check includes validation of license, status, and expiration date. Accident and violations on record are also provided. This check is done through state of license issuance and usually includes three to five years of history depending upon the state.
Patriot Act Search:
USA PATRIOT Act Search is a database search reporting whether an applicant is subject to various economic-sanctioned programs administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control, such as specially designated nationals, terrorists, narcotics traffickers, and blocked persons and vessels.
Professional License / Credential Verification:
The license/credential issuing authority is contacted to verify license status. When available, date of issuance and expiration is provided along with any disciplinary action on file. Examples of professional licenses include certified public accountants, medical practitioners, insurance agents, and attorneys.
References Interviews :
An interview with a reference provided by the applicant is conducted. In order to obtain meaningful information, the use of references with whom the applicant has worked is recommended, rather than personal acquaintances.
Social Security Number Trace:
This check reviews the historical and logical connection between applicant and SSN based on history of use. Generally includes year and state of issuance. This check may reveal use of multiple SSN and/or aliases (AKA’s).
Sexual Offender Registry:
Where permitted by State law, sexual offender records are searched at the State Central Sexual Offender Repository. Recommended search parameters include all states of residence, employment, and school attendance in the previous seven years. All information found is reported. Results vary state to state, but typically include the offender's name, the classification of the offense and last known address.
Where permitted by law, a search of State Workers’ Compensation records is conducted. As documented in State records, reported information will include history of injuries and claims. This check should be conducted ONLY after an offer of employment is made.