Information contained in the report is collected from public records as listed in the data coverage area of our website. Users should not assume that the information reflected is a current, complete or accurate criminal record history of the individual. Users should closely review each record returned as individuals, especially those with a common name, may return criminal records belonging to other people with the same name and date of birth. Information returned that is generated as a result of identity theft may be inaccurately associated with the individual who is the subject of the report.
Direct Screening assumes no liability for any claims for damages arising from the use of this data beyond the actual cost of the searches performed. Please reference the directscreening.com Terms and Conditions for additional restrictions regarding the usage of this data.
Important Notice for all Employers: If you expect to take adverse action as a result of information contained in this report, including but not limited to failure to hire, you must provide the person you searched with a copy of this report along with our contact information and a summary of their rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Important notice for Employers operating in California:
California law requires the following notices when obtaining a pre-employment screening report. This report is only provided on the condition that an employer subject to California law agrees to abide by these conditions. Furthermore, by requesting a screening report, an employer certifies compliance with California Civil Code Section 1786.16.
- The report does not guarantee the accuracy or truthfulness of the information as to the subject of the investigation, but only that it is accurately copied from public records. Evidence of identity theft may or may not be identified from this report.
- The recipient of this report shall give a copy of this report to the subject of the report.
- Failure to provide a copy of the report as required by law may expose you to liability as specified in Section 1786.50. Section 1786.50 provides for fines and damages in the event a consumer is harmed by an employer not complying with this section. Section 1786.16 refers to certain requirements already in existence, such as obtaining releases.