Background and Record Checks

Background and record checks by Prairie Investigations are investigative procedures that are conducted to gather information about an individual’s personal, criminal, and professional history. These checks are commonly used by employers, landlords, and government agencies to screen candidates for employment, housing, or eligibility for certain licenses or permits.

A background check by Prairie Investigations typically involves reviewing an individual’s criminal history, employment history, education, credit history, and other personal information. The purpose of a background check is to verify the accuracy of the information provided by the individual and to ensure that the individual is suitable for the position or opportunity in question.

A record check involves searching public records, including criminal records, court records, and other legal documents, to gather information about an individual’s past. This information can be used to verify the accuracy of the individual’s claims and to assess their suitability for a particular opportunity.

Background and record checks are important for ensuring the safety and security of individuals and organizations. They can help to identify individuals who may pose a risk or who may be ineligible for certain positions or opportunities. Prairie Investigations conduct these checks in a manner that is fair, legal, and respectful of an individual’s privacy rights.