Commercial Investigations LLC

Federal District Criminal Inquiry

Federal Criminal 



Identity Verification Inquiries
•  Origin™
•  SSN and Address Verification
•  Consent Based SSN Verification (CBSV)

Criminal Inquiries
•  Origin™
•  Cursory Indicator New York™
•  Statewide Criminal
•  County Criminal
•  Federal Criminal
•  Sex Offender
•  Global Scan
•  Global Scan Plus
•  International Criminal
•  Cyber Investigation™
•  Department of Corrections
Credit Inquiries
•  Credit Report Employment
•  Credit Report Tenant
Motor Vehicle Inquiries
•  Motor Vehicle
Verification Inquiries
•  Employment Verification
•  Education Verification
•  Reference Verification
•  Professional License
Industry Specific Inquiries
•  Health Care Comply Plus™
•  Office of Inspector General Exclusion
•  General Services Administration Exclusion
Tenant Screening Specific Inquiries
•  National Tenant Check™
•  Landlord Verification
Social Media Inquiries

•  Cyber Investigation™ Level 1
•  Cyber Investigation™ Level 2
•  Drug Testing
•  Fingerprinting
Employment Eligibility Verification
•  E-Verify
•  Compliance I-9

Vigilant™ Services
Continuous Monitoring
•  Vigilant MEDS
•  Vigilant LENS
•  Vigilant NY
•  Vigilant US

CI's FEDERAL CRIMINAL inquiry is a powerful search, generated for each name and address attributed to the subject based on our SSN & Address Information inquiry. Due to compliance standards, federal criminal searches are typically run for the past 7-10 years at the client's discretion. CI's FEDERAL CRIMINAL search is unique in that it employs additional verification elements via the subject's date of birth and social security number to eliminate false hits. False hits frequently occur when a subject has a common name.
A FEDERAL CRIMINAL inquiry is an important step for eliminating an employer's liability for negligent hiring.  Federal searches often reveal serious violations of federal law that state or county searches do not encompass.  Examples of federal crimes include drug trafficking, embezzlement, carjacking, kidnapping and many crimes committed across state lines.

Explore more:
July 2015 CI Times - Can Petty Theft Really Be a Federal Crime?