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Founded in 1989, InfoMart is one of the nation's premier applicant screening companies, providing criminal history information, credit and driving records, drug screening, and verification interviews of past employers and educational institutions for companies nationwide.
The growing use of computer-based record keeping makes criminal history information more readily available and easier to share.
The FBI maintains the world's largest repository of biometric-supported criminal history information and partners with law enforcement agencies around the world by processing over 260 million name-based criminal inquires per day.
They've used computer databases with criminal history information, Department of Motor Vehicle records, and property and financial records.
Japan, for instance, will not provide any criminal history information to a third party.
Demand for criminal history information has skyrocketed as an increasing number of states require background checks; some of this is due to the events of Sept.
Just be sure to keep any information gathered securely confidential, only sharing it as needed when considering an applicant or employee issue: Utah code makes misuse of criminal history information a class B misdemeanor.
is dedicated to improving the use, management and exchange of justice and criminal history information through information and identification technologies and the application of responsible law and policy.