Employee background investigations are commonly used to provide the due diligence required to verify that an individual is being both forthcoming and honest with a prospective employer. The Siroff Group can protect your firm's interests by revealing the facts a subject may be trying to conceal or inflate. We offer three levels of pre employment due diligence that will validate both education and prior employment claims, uncover evidence of past litigation, reveal criminal activity, regulatory sanctions, adverse credit, validate claims of professional licensure, validate board memberships and affiliations, and more. Meticulous, discreet and thorough, we take great pride in uncovering critical information in unexpected places and furnishing the necessary evidence to validate our findings.

The Siroff Group's pre-employment investigations are fully compliant with both the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Gramm Leach Bliley Financial Services Modernization Act. Once the pre-employment investigation and background checks are completed, our investigators will submit a formal, detailed report that will include documentation of all of the information gathered.

Background checks can be an extremely important tool for any corporation, business, or organization. However, it is very important to be aware of their inherent limitations. Potential clients should be advised that there is no such thing as a national criminal records check. There is one "nationwide" criminal database, the FBI database, also known as the NCIC (National Crime Information Center)database. The FBI database is not public record and cannot be legally accessed by anyone other than criminal justice agencies. This is one of the reasons why The Siroff Group believes in physically hand-searching documents in the actual courthouse of record.

As much of our work involves developing evidence to be presented in court, The Siroff Group is well-versed in the legal ramifications surrounding background investigations and employs investigative methods that can bear the scrutiny of both judges and juries. We believe in establishing and adhering to an appropriate and approved set of ground rules to ensure a high degree of transparency and accountability.