Educational Industry Background Checks

The Educational Industry has a very vulnerable population – students. It is imperative that your students are safe – with faculty and staff that you have thoroughly vetted.

Legal Locator Service performs background checks – all FCRA-compliant – on employees or contractors for schools in a wide range of positions.

We provide screening of:

  • Administrative staff
  • Faculty
  • Teaching Staff
  • Teaching Assistants
  • K-12 Adjudication

Screening needs may vary, from position to position. We will recommend the best screening program for each position. Our background checks are thorough, accurate, and delivered quickly.

Recommended Educational Industry Background Checks for this industry includes:

  • Globally Criminal Records Database Search ( includes 7-years of address history.)
  • Social Security Number Validation
  • National Sex Offender Registry Search
  • I‐9 & E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification
  • Employment Verification
  • Education Verification
  • County or State Criminal Records Search
  • Federal Criminal Record (Globally)
  • Professional Reference
  • Professional License

Legal Locator Service has an easy‐to‐use online system. Access the information you want when you need it with our responsive platform that adjusts to your tablet or phone. Order in 3 easy steps. Click on your background check package, add name, email address, and click send. The applicant receives an email to fill out all personal information and signs authorization and disclosures forms on our secure portal. All authorization and disclosure forms the applicant signs are stored under your login account. When the background check is finished the client receives an email that the background check is complete. Send adverse letters with a click of a mouse.

Hundreds of millions of background checks have been processed through our Instascreen™ platform. Transparent services and one single sign-on.

No setup up fees, no membership fees, and no monthly minimums.

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