County Crim Checks: Remaining Compliant with EEOC. The Need. A fair and consistent decision making tool that helps background screeners remain compliant with EEOC Guidelines. Quick turnaround times FCRA-reportable data Complete and accurate information. In the Past.
A fair and consistent decision making tool that helps background screeners remain compliant with EEOC Guidelines.
Quick turnaround times
Complete and accurate information
Completing a County Crim used to be slow and error-prone process.
Send a researcher to the courthouse
Stand in line
Search by microfiche
Search by Intranet system (kiosk)
Have the researcher request the information, then type it up and fax it to the CRA
Technology has helped speed up the process in many states.
Automated complete searches
Automated “hit/no hit” reports
Manual searches are still necessary in some instances.
In order to comply with EEOC guidelines:
A consistent decision-making tool should be put in place
Everyone must be treated fairly
No blanket decisions
Only relevant information should be included
Matrix tools are helpful
Use a normalized format
Ex: Virginia traffic
Knowing what you can legally report is critical.
It’s important to know the difference between the Federal laws and your state laws.
Where does the applicant live?
Where will the applicant work?
Have the state laws changed?
When evaluating the quality of a County Crim, look for:
Completeness of data
All data available is delivered
Easy to read format
Minimum indicators used - 2
Accuracy of data
Correct information reported (spot check to verify)
County Crims from National Background Data by CoreLogic covers all your bases.
Quick turnaround time
Accurate and complete information
Returns only what is allowed for the FCRA
CrimSafe matrix available
Complies with EEOC guidelines