PRRN members are hands-on public record researchers and document retrieval specialists for hire. They visit government agencies in person to quickly access records. They can be relied upon for strong knowledge on searching at the courthouses and recording offices.
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Facts About State Criminal Record Repositories
The San Luis Obispo New Times recently
published an article about the significant problems employers are facing with
performing name searches at the San Luis Obispo Superior Court on new hires.
The article was well written, timely, and tried to present a fair understanding
of the issues. Based on the quotes obtained from court personnel, the article
also clearly demonstrates the court personnel's lack of understanding and
knowledge of the role the court plays in the background screening process.
The court still has a backlog, but it
is slowly diminishing. The article may be viewed at:
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