National Drug Test Services delivers the best and most reliable background checks and has the flexibility to adapt to your changing needs over time. By establishing ourselves as your trusted partner, we deliver reliable, complete, and current information, legal compliance with all applicable federal/state/local laws, unparalleled customer service, and the best overall value.
We empower employers to make informed hiring decisions by providing timely, accurate & complete employment background checks. National Drug Test Services conducts criminal record searches directly at each of our nation's 3,500 plus county courthouses, covering the entire United States.
We work directly with your organization to develop an effective pre-employment screening program that addresses your unique needs. Our background check solutions can include any combination of the following pre-employment screening and background check services.
Reveals criminal record information and is a key to offsetting the liabilities of negligent hiring. Using criteria established by your corporate guidelines, we search county, state (where available) and federal criminal court records.
Credit Employment Insight:
Shows debt load, payment history and public record information of a civil nature (bankruptcy, lien, judgment) and more.
Social Security Number Verification (Bureau):
Includes name, social security number and prior addresses.
Our team of professionals ask specific questions confirming application information.
Social Security Number Verification (SSA):
Shows name of cardholder and validity of number.
Confirms through the given educational institution the years of attendance and/ or graduation and degree(s) obtained.
Professional License Verification:
Indicates to whom the license is issued, issuing agency, validity of issue, date of expiration and, if available, history of disciplinary action taken on the licensee.
A search through the Sexual Offender Registry is available in some states. Lists offender name, address, crimes of conviction and a picture if available.
A search through a series of databases locating property, automobiles, addresses, corporate affiliations, aircraft and boats.
(Upper): The upper and lower civil courts are distinguished based upon financial value of a claim. Higher value cases such as divorce are handled at the upper level.
(Lower): Lower value cases such as eviction, small claims and minor disputes are included in the lower level civil
Criminal Court Document Copies:
Copies of the original court documents.
A search of the county court records to obtain any and all information regarding a case, which may be missing on the original report.
Name, Address, Phone Searches:
Provides the name, address, phone and other identifiers for an individual or company.