BIB helps organizations use public criminal record information to identify applicant histories that may not be suitable for their hiring strategy. A BIB criminal record check assists organizations with the important task of ensuring applicant histories are revealed and evaluated for the best possible job fit. Furthermore, BIB clients can make confident hiring decisions in an effort to mitigate risk and protect their organizations, employees, and customers.
BIB has access to criminal record information contained in all U.S. court systems and most foreign countries. Furthermore, BIB owns the largest domestic court record electronic retrieval system in the industry. Over 40% of the U.S. Courts—70% of the US population—are available through BIB's real-time electronic retrieval system, which we designed to increase the efficiency and affordability in criminal record research.
Whether your need is specific to a local jurisdiction, geographic region, or national in scope, BIB offers a variety of criminal record search methodologies and multi-product search solutions designed to meet each organization's unique needs and price requirements.
When you use BIB, you can make confident employment decisions knowing that our proprietary systems and advanced identity mapping technologies will produce criminal histories that may otherwise be overlooked.
County Court Records
Generally considered the official court of record, the county court is where an individual's record was most likely filed and maintained.
State Repository Records
Through an official state repository and/or proprietary database, a statewide criminal record search may be available. The availability and comprehensiveness of statewide data is solely dependent upon each state's organized methods of managing and disseminating the data it collects from its local court systems.
The federal government maintains its own court system for criminal charges of national consequence. These crimes include, but are not limited to, interstate criminal actions, capital offenses, mail fraud, and select white-collar crimes.
Criminal Record Database (CRD)
A proprietary database search of over 450 million criminal records regularly aggregated from over 3,200 public and proprietary sources, BIB's Criminal Record Database is eight times larger than the FBI's fingerprint database. (Learn More)
National Sex Offender Registry Search
This is a comprehensive search of registered sex offenders from all 50 states plus Washington DC, Puerto Rico, Guam, Australia and various American Indian Tribal Registries.
Security Watch List
This database search of information obtained from over 30 global agencies including the Office of Foreign Assets (OFAC), Interpol, US Department of Justice, US Department of Commerce, US Secret Service, DEA, FBI, FTA, OIG and GSA is a valuable tool for screening individuals that will operate in specific, regulated job classifications.
Criminal records can be obtained from Canada, Mexico and most foreign countries. The availability and quality of international records vary based upon the form of government, modernization, and current political climate.