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Background check misconceptions 5 12 15

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Common misconceptions about background checks presentation given at the 2015 National Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) conference 2105.

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Background check misconceptions 5 12 15

  1. 1. © 2015 EID PASSPORT PROPRIETARY AND BUSINESS SENSITIVE INFORMATION 3/2/15 110-PP-F0020 Warren Brown Regional Account Manager 503 530 6935 May 12, 2015 Background Check Misconceptions
  2. 2. 2 Eid Passport Eid Passport is a global leader in high assurance credentialing and has provided identity authentication to 872,000+ employees of more than 62,000 small, medium, and large companies doing business with the U.S. Navy, Army, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
  3. 3. 3 Volunteer Match Survey Q1 2015 Source: Volunteer Match Webinar, New Tools and Strategies for Managing Risk April 6, 2015 1600 Responses 25% Volunteer Coordinators 9% Executive Directors 8% Volunteer Managers Top impact areas 14% Health and Medicine 13% Children and Youth 10% Seniors
  4. 4. 4 42.5% SSN trace and address validation 51.3% National criminal database search 29.5% National federal criminal search 37.3% County criminal searches 48.1% Sexual offender registry search 16.7% Don’t know Volunteer Match Survey Q1 2015 Q: What type of criminal or background checks do you run on prospective volunteers?
  5. 5. 5 46% “Always” conduct background checks 27.9% “Never” conduct background checks 48.7% conduct “Local” background checks only 65% conduct one time background checks 46.6% have no organization wide policy or procedure for dealing with background checks Volunteer Match Survey Q1 2015
  6. 6. 46% of respondents “Always” conduct background checks 28% of respondents “Never” Conduct background checks 6 Background Check Misconceptions MISCONCEPTION Your partner organizations have the same level of volunteer background check that you do. TRUTH Many organizations use the lowest cost provider, not highest quality, or do limited screening, or do not have a background check program. MISCONCEPTION All you need is a SSN or driver’s license to check someone’s criminal history. TRUTH Public records are filed by first name, last name and date of birth at the courthouses.
  7. 7. 48.7% of respondents conduct “Local” background checks only 7 Background Check Misconceptions MISCONCEPTION Local or state police have the latest background check information available. TRUTH Law enforcement has access to accurate arrest records, wants / warrants, and BOLO’s, not conviction records. MISCONCEPTION A local background check will identify all convictions. TRUTH Single county records searches will not find convictions from other states or counties. MISCONCEPTION An electronic records check is all that is needed. TRUTH Many counties do not have electronic reporting capabilities or are years behind in digitization.
  8. 8. 65% of respondents conduct one time background checks 8 Background Check Misconceptions MISCONCEPTION A one time background check is sufficient. TRUTH 5-6% of the population will have a change in their background check status in a 5-year period. TRUTH Individuals with upcoming convictions will register before the verdict is final. TRUTH Many counties do not have electronic reporting capabilities or are years behind in digitization.
  9. 9. 46.6% of respondents have no organization wide policy or procedure for dealing with background checks 9 Background Check Misconceptions MISCONCEPTION Every local or state chapter / organization is using the same standard. TRUTH States organizations use local screening providers with varying degree of quality. TRUTH Many local 501(c) are making their own decision about quality and what is included in their background check program. MISCONCEPTION All background check companies check the same information. TRUTH There are many databases and background screening providers who sell and use outdated criminal information.
  10. 10. 10 Level of Assurance (LOA) Levels of Assurance Examples “Level 1 appears to be positioned as an identifier rather than an actual identity an identifier can be used to present information on a consistent basis and can be, but does not have to be, loosely associated with an individual.” Library Card “Level 2 assurance is provided when a secret token or key is memorized by one or more parties allowing a trusted relationship to exist, without the need for full identification.” Gmail Account “Level 3 can best be described as an account based credential with additional verification…To confirm the validity of the information in the context of usage, relying parties should undertake some verification of the identity information. Some enrollment is required and verification of the enrollment information is needed to confirm the claimed identity.” SureID “Level 4 implies knowledge of a person’s identity with personal identifiable information (PII) required and present….For there to be non-reputable chain of trust, this credential must provide two or three factor authentication.” Military CAC PIV/PIV-I (Passport) Source: Smart Card Alliance, “Assurance Levels Overviews and Recommendations”
  11. 11. 11 Questions? Warren Brown Regional Account Manager 503 530 6935 wbrown@eidpassport.com www.sureid.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIj-Egxna5M

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