Illinois Background Checks & Criminal History Screening
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HireSafe offers secure and compliant Illinois background checks - Criminal, Employment and Education, as well as many other screening solutions.
The state of Illinois is one of our most active client bases and we have a lot of experience dealing with Illinois's court system and procedures.
The great city of Chicago is one of our favorite places to visit and our Chicago-based clients always have a great combination of mid-west values and big business aspirations.
We enthusiastically welcome new Illinois business partners and invite you to check out the HireSafe way of doing things. We think it's a great fit.
HireSafe has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, thanks to 16 years of professional, reliable, and compliant background screening services.
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- Illinois Background Checks
- Drug Screening
- Form i9 Document Advantage with Optional E-verify
- One portal to manage all your recruiting needs
- Social Recruiting Network
- Free Applicant Tracking System
- Free multiple job posting (Post jobs to multiple job boards with one click).
A reliable source of the Illinois Background Screening for employers
How do employers get an Illinois criminal history background check? The answer is clear: HireSafe! offers secure and compliant web-based employment background screening and pre-employment background checks that allows employers to access the most up to date, comprehensive Illinois criminal records available for current and prospective employees.
Illinois 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:
20 ILCS 2635/7 (A) (1) (2) (from ch. 38, par. 1607) – Illinois Uniform Conviction Information Act
The following provisions shall apply to requests submitted pursuant to this Act for employment or licensing purposes or submitted to comply with the provisions of subsection (B) of this Section: (1) A requester shall, in the form and manner prescribed by the Department (Illinois Department of State Police), submit a request to the Department, and maintain on file for at least 2 years a release signed by the individual to whom the information request pertains. The Department shall furnish the requester with a copy of its response. (2) Each requester of conviction information furnished by the Department shall provide the individual named in the request with a copy of the response furnished by the Department. Within seven working days of receipt of such copy, the individual shall have the obligation and responsibility to notify the requester if the information is inaccurate or incomplete.
Motor Vehicle Record Search Requirements by the State of Illinois
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 Illinois 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 Illinois DMV records is crucial to the success of your businesses. A search the Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles records will gather trustworthy information which may pertain to areas of public safety, human resources and other business permissible purposes.
Illinois Departments of Motor Vehicles (DMV’s) maintain and provide driving records in one way or another. Illinois 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 Illinois motor vehicle records for any employment position requiring driving, such as trucking, transportation, delivery, DOT compliance or any use of company vehicles. However the MVR provides additional valuable insight into the character of the applicant regardless of the position being filled. Most importantly, the Illinois MVR is the only source for a verified date-of-birth which is critical for an accurate criminal record search. Hawaii 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.
Illinois driving record (IL)
To drive legally in Illinois, you must have a valid driver’s license, instruction permit, Restricted Driving Permit, Judicial Driving Permit or Monitoring Device Driving Permit. Records are available for 4 years for moving violations; 7 years or suspension; lifetime for DWI. Commercial Driver records can go back 10 years for serious violations. It takes 2 weeks before new records are available for inquiry.
Illinois driver’s license configuration
Format: 1 Alphabetic, 11 Numeric
Required Data: DL #
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