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Driver History And License Verification

CDLIS - Commercial Driver's License Information System (CDLIS) check. CDLIS was established by the US Secretary of Transportation, the CDLIS is a federal clearinghouse and repository of commercial driver licensing data. The CDLIS retains records of a driver's current commercial license and up to three previous licenses.  A CDLIS search will not return actual driving records or suspensions; it only provides the state in which the driver currently has a commercial license and up to three previous licenses. You may also choose to conduct a Driving Record check for any or all of the states in which CDLIS indicates the driver has had a commercial license. This search does NOT include a driving history. CDLIS reports include;  present Jurisdictional state and driver’s license number, name and DOB, up to three previously held CDL numbers, AKA information and SSN match.  (View Sample  Report)
MVR (Motor Vehicle Report) - Driver History and License Verification - Access to all 50 states, report contains name of driver, license number, licensing state, license type, license class, class description, expiration date, issue date, medical certificate status, medical issuing date, medical expiration date, medical examiner name, endorsements, violations and convictions, traffic tickets, speeding tickets, points, fines, suspensions, etc.    (View Sample Report)
Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) - The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s PSP provides a commercial driver’s 5-year crash and 3-year inspection history through the Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS). Drivers must sign the PSP disclosure and authorization form before you can run a report (PDF).  (View Sample Report)
Driver License Monitoring - By far one of the more important tools for screening drivers. Automatically monitors your drivers for any change in their license, when such a change has occurred, this is known as a pointer. A pointer can be anything from a change is address, DWI suspension, speeding ticket, etc. When we receive a pointer on a driver, we run an MVR report (MVR report is an additional cost)  and then contact the employer via email and inform the company as to the nature of the pointer. To enroll a driver into the driver monitoring program a MVR must first be run, from that time forward the driver can be monitored.
Other Common Background Screenings

County Criminal Records Search - Includes criminal charges, case numbers, the date of offenses, disposition dates, and confirmation of convictions or non-convictions within a given county. If an employee has lived in two or counties in his/her lifetime it may make sense to perform a county criminal in all counties. Most counties do provide an automated report retrieval system in which criminal reports are retrieved within a day. Most counties do charge a fee for this information, in most cases it’s a nominal fee. In general, we are able to go back 7 years.    (View Sample Report)
Employee Credit Check - Employers may only seek a credit report on an employee applicant when that employee will have access directly or indirectly to the company's finances (money). Such as bank tellers, delivery drivers who handle cash and checks, employees working in an accounting department, etc. (View Sample Report)
E-Verify - Verify newly hired employees' stated information on the I-9 Form to determine if he/she is eligible to work in the United States, as well re-verify employees who hold Work Authorization Cards or a Permanent Resident Card.
Employment Verification - A more involved task is a prior employer reference check. This step is one of the most important steps in the selection process. Getting feedback from a prior employer on the employee applicants’ past performance is a good indicator of future performance and the suitability of the employee applicant being placed in the position. It is also a great means for determining the truthfulness of the employee's information that was stated on the employee’s application and during the interview.  (View Sample Report)
Education Verification - One of the more common areas of misrepresentation on a resume. Many applicants have a tendency to embellish their academic achievements. The more common types of misrepresentation include the college or university attended, type of degree received, courses and whether they graduated.   (View Sample Report)
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