Why National Criminal Background Checks Should be Done for New Hires

One of the most significant commitments that a government entity or a business can make will come when they hire a new team member. If you hire a new employee, you will want to be assured that you are getting someone that is experienced and can contribute right away. At the same time, you will want to make sure that the addition of the new team member does not come with any safety or security risks.[Read more]

Will You Entrust Your Safety to a Flawed Gun Background Check System?

From the shooting at McKeesport, Pennsylvania on January 1, 2013, to the recent shooting at Parkland, Florida on February 15, 2018, the United States has experienced 1,624 mass shootings. On the average, that’s 4 or more people getting shot in one incident every 9 out of 10 days.

How can a developed nation experience such violence?… [Read more]

Domestic Violence + Call 911 = Victim Gets Arrested?

These days, violence is a frequent topic of discussion in the news. Recently, more often than not the issue is gun control, stop-and-frisk policies or even police training tactics gone horribly awry. What these subjects have in common is that they take into consideration the rights and background of the targets and the accused.

Not long ago, New York City’s police department announced that they will run criminal background checks on those who report instances of domestic violence.… [Read more]