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As an Approved FBI Channeler,  TRP Associates provideg the most professional, confidential fingerprint-based background check solutions nationwide.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do companies use for background checks?

From our experience, the best methods of vetting a background are criminal history, education, recent verification by employers, and references. A pre-employment drug test may also be included in these reports. Employers usually hope to reduce the risk of employees causing workplace problems.

What drugs do companies test for?

For the most common pre-employment drug tests, employers order a standard, five-panel test. This panel is able to detect the five most commonly abused street drugs: Marijuana, Cocaine, PCP, Amphetamines, Opiates

In some cases, employers may elect to test for a wider variety of drugs with a 10 panel drug test. In addition to testing for everything in the 5 panel drug test, this screening will detect: Barbiturates , Benzodiazepines, Methadone, Methaqualone, Propoxyphene

 

What does the FBI look for in a background check?

One of the most important aspects of any background check is a look at someone’s criminal history. The FBI has access to criminal records from all over the country and can match fingerprints with any arrests, warrants, convictions, incarcerations, and even dismissed charges.

What causes a red flag on a background check?

Common background report red flags include application discrepancies, derogatory marks and criminal records.

What type of drug screens are there?

Urinalysis is the most common drug test for employment. This is the only type of drug test accepted for federally mandated drug screenings, and many private employers opt to use this type of test as well because of its simplicity and quick result turnaround time.

There are several other types of drug tests employers may use to test for drugs. These include:

Hair Testing: This form of drug test can detect a trace amount of drugs in the system for up to 90 days. However, it’s only capable of detecting prior use, unlike urine tests which show current use.

Saliva Testing: Oral fluid testing is able to detect recent drug-use – even if the person consumed the drug only 1-4 hours prior to the test, unlike other methods that require the body to process the drug more thoroughly before it can be detected.

What do FBI channelers do?

An FBI-approved Channeler is a contractor that serves as the conduit for submitting fingerprints to the FBI and receiving the FBI criminal history record information (CHRI), on behalf of an Authorized Recipient (AR), for authorized noncriminal justice purposes.