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Connecticut Background Checks & Criminal History Screening

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Connecticut Instant Jurisdictions Reporting:

State FCRA Rulings

Abide by the Federal Trade Commission’s Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), 15 U. S. C. § 1661 et seq. and the following state ruling:

GSC Title 54 Chapter 961a Sec. 54-142n and Sec. 54-142o Criminal Records Sec. 54-142n.
Further provisions for disclosure of nonconviction information. Nonconviction information other than erased information may be disclosed only to: (1) Criminal justice agencies in this and other states and the federal government; (2) agencies and persons which require such information to implement a statute or executive order that expressly refers to criminal conduct; (3) agencies or persons authorized by a court order, statute or decisional law to receive criminal history record information. Whenever a person or agency receiving a request for nonconviction information is in doubt about the authority of the requesting agency to receive such information, the request shall be referred to the state police bureau of investigation.

Sec. 54-142o. Dissemination of nonconviction information to noncriminal justice agencies.
(a) Nonconviction information disseminated to noncriminal justice agencies shall be used by such agencies only for the purpose for which it was given and shall not be redisseminated. (b) No agency or individual shall confirm the existence or nonexistence of nonconviction information to any person or agency that would not be eligible to receive the information itself.

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Connecticut Counties

Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland, Windham

Motor Vehicle Record Search Requirements by the State of Connecticut

A Motor Vehicle Report is sometimes referred to as a MVR, MVR Report, MVR Search, MVR Check, a Driver's License Verification, a Driving Records search, or a DMV search. The Connecticut Motor Vehicle Report checks the driving record of a potential employee and verifies that an applicant has the driver's license claimed. It may provide information regarding irresponsible behavior, including whether there is a history of substance abuse, repeated traffic violations, failures to appear, and unpaid fines

Checking the driving record of current and prospective employees by using HireSafe’s search of Connecticut DMV records is crucial to the success of your businesses. A search the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles records will gather trustworthy information which may pertain to areas of public safety, human resources and other business permissible purposes.

Connecticut Departments of Motor Vehicles (DMV’s) maintain and provide driving records in one way or another. Connecticut Motor Vehicle Records (MVR’s) report the applicants’ statewide driving records, including Commercial Driver's License status (CDL) for at least 3 years, oftentimes up to 7 years. It is logical to screen motor vehicle records for any employment position requiring driving, such as trucking, transportation, delivery, DOT compliance or any use of company vehicles. However the Connecticut MVR provides additional valuable insight into the character of the applicant regardless of the position being filled. Most importantly, the MVR is the only source for a verified date-of-birth which is critical for an accurate criminal record search. County court criminal records are filled by name and date-of-birth, not by SSN! Motor Vehicle Reports provide a wealth of personal data that can be used for cross-reference, and criminal offenses pertaining to motor vehicles which may not be revealed by other criminal checks.

Connecticut driving record (CT)

It takes 7 to 7 days or more before new records are available for inquiry. Records are normally destroyed after 5 years at the discretion of the commissioner. The state does not report accidents on the driving record. Records are available for 3/5/10 years to present, dependant upon the type of violation.

Connecticut driver’s license configuration

Format: 9 Numeric, 1st two positions are month of birth in odd or even year.
01-12 Jan-Dec odd years, 13 - 24 Jan-Dec even years, 99 unknown
Required Data: DL #, Last Name

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