Federal Criminal

Employers are always searching for ways to maximize their businesses effectiveness while minimizing risks, including risks in hiring new personnel. Conducting a criminal record background check is one way to identify and eliminate some of that risk ahead of time.

Why conduct a federal criminal record background check?

A criminal record background check can protect against workplace violence, employee theft, and fraud. Additionally, it provides some protection for employers against negligent hiring claims.

What background check information does a federal search provide?

A federal criminal background check identifies criminal convictions (felonies and misdemeanors) at a federal level. Crimes processed at the federal level include crimes that occurred on federal property or federal offenses such as tax evasion, mail and wire fraud, drug trafficking, immigration law violations, postal offenses, embezzlement, robbery, and kidnapping. 

18.4% of Offenders released from Federal Prison returned within 3 years.

This criminal background check searches for all violations of federal law that are recorded in all U.S. District Courts. Each record provides background check information from the date of deposition, parole or release from imprisonment, and all judgments and case statuses. 

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Let PeopleCheck provide you with the most accurate background check information on federal searches. We access only the most current information available to give you the answers you need. 

Contact us today for more information on federal searches, our services, or to learn how to get the most comprehensive criminal background check with our state and county level search

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