• Employment Screening
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  • Tenant Screening
  • Student Screening
  • Healthcare Screening
  • Employee Drug Testing

InSource Employment Screening Services Disclaimer

Information contained in consumer investigative report should not be the sole determination in the evaluation of this applicant. All other facts, references, and current situations should be considered. Consumer investigative reports are provided to users with the understanding that the tenets of the Fair Credit Reporting Act are to be strictly observed. The use and interpretation of this information is the sole responsibility of the requestor. Public records, credit, and all information contained herein is obtained from sources which we believe to be reliable, however, accuracy and completeness cannot be guaranteed. The liability of InSource shall be limited to the fee for service.

InSource Employment Screening Services, LLC disclaims all warranties with respect to the InSource's website or your use thereof, express, implied, or otherwise, including without limitation, all warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. InSource Employment Screening Services, LLC shall not be liable for any special, incidental, or consequential damages, including, without limitation, lost revenues, lost profits, or loss of economic advantage, resulting from the use or misuse of the InSource.'s website, or the information herein.

Privacy Policy

InSource is committed to respecting the privacy of the information we collect and distribute to our customers. Our strict privacy and security policies are exemplified in the way we manage and conduct business.

How we collect information

InSource does not collect personally identifiable information from individuals using this web site. InSource obtains its information from public sources, such as courts, police departments, sheriffs' offices, motor vehicle departments, and other state and local agencies. We attempt to report accurate information, though we rely on these public sources - as creators of the records we provide - to maintain accurate records for this purpose.

Customers that we serve

We provide information to business customers only - not to the general public. InSource customers and markets include human resources, loss-prevention, and risk-management departments; employment agencies; investigators; finance companies; attorneys; and government. All customers must undergo a prequalification process and demonstrate a legitimate business need for the information.

How we distribute information

Output from InSource's public-records database consists of criminal records for individuals matching customer search criteria. Search results can include court records from county, state, and federal courts. Results can also include information from state sex-offender registries. Customers are restricted to ordering reports for authorized business purposes only. InSource also provides a service to verify prior employment and education as provided by job applicants to employers.

How we safeguard your information

We maintain strict standards on our collection, use, and distribution of information. InSource does not provide its services to consumers or individuals. InSource does not collect or compile information on particular persons or subjects, except to fulfill legitimate requests from businesses that have met our prequalification standards. We provide reports only to the customers who ordered the report, and the customers can use a report for only the particular purpose for which they ordered the report. We obtain the information available through our online services from public sources or publicly available sources. We do not sell or provide access to information about our customers, the inquiries they may make, or the individuals that they request information about, except as required by law. We keep all transactions through our web site and systems confidential.

Our legal compliance

InSource's privacy and data security standards follow legislative and regulatory requirements for consumer reporting agencies. InSource complies with state and federal guidelines and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). InSource maintains a process whereby individual consumers may access and correct their information in accordance with legal requirements. For additional information on your rights under the FCRA, please refer to the FTC's web site at

How we protect social security numbers

ISO businesses may collect Social Security numbers ("SSNs") in the course of business. We strive to protect the confidentiality and security of SSNs in our possession, custody or control by limiting access to SSNs, and maintaining reasonable safeguards to protect against their loss, misuse or unlawful disclosure.

Safe harbor compliance

InSource complies with the provisions of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework and adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles and the 15 FAQs that make up the Framework. The Framework's website is found at:


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InSource does not collect information about or market its services to children.

InSource respects your privacy concerns

InSource's privacy and security policies demonstrate our responsibilities to the individuals about whom we report information and to our customers who rely on us to safeguard the information they order. If you have any questions or concerns about InSource's privacy and security policies, please contact us.