Federal Civil Record Search

The Federal Civil Record Search is a check used to determine any civil actions filed by/against  the candidate. All ‘records’ include date of filing, suit description, disposition date, entire disposition and identifiers used to locate the case. There are 94 federal judicial districts throughout the country, including at least one district in each state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Federal records do not appear in county record information.

Quality Assurance Check

Our Public Records Department reviews each criminal record before it is reported to the client. All records are subject to our strict quality control process. Results indicating a civil background are communicated in an easy to read format and are only reported once KRESS has conducted a thorough investigation confirming that the record belongs to the correct applicant and that it is reportable to employers and is FCRA compliant.