Adopting a solid screening and selection process is your first line of defense in creating a safe environment. A thorough, consistent screening process may also discourage would-be offenders from targeting your organization. Failure to discover a known offender can affect those in your care, your reputation, financial stability, and trust within the community. In determining the types of checks to utilize, you should follow all state, federal, and licensing regulations and consider an individual’s level of access.
Praesidium offers several standard and customizable criminal background check packages plus other a la carte background check services to empower your organization to conduct right-sized research. Praesidium’s team can help contextualize the screening process as part of an overall culture of safety and discuss how screening works in hand with other abuse prevention efforts. Praesidium’s team can also help you understand who to screen, how often, and the importance of re-screening.
Praesidium’s team can help contextualize the screening process as part of an overall culture of safety and discuss how screening works in hand with other abuse prevention efforts. Praesidium’s team can also help you understand who to screen, how often, and the importance of re-screening.
Insurance Board ("IB") has partnered with Praesidium to provide policyholders with access to Praesidium’s Risk Management Resources, including Armatus Learn to Protect System, C.A.S.E., KYS!, and discounted or subsidized Background Screening (individually and collectively, “Products”). Praesidium is not IB’s agent. IB does not mandate the use of Praesidium’s Products and assumes no liability. Use of Praesidium’s Products is entirely at each policyholder’s discretion.
Copyright Praesidium 2020 | The information contained herein is for educational purposes to assist in the prevention of organizational abuse. However, it must be noted that no system can guarantee prevention of abuse. This information is not legal advice, either expressed or implied. Consultation with qualified legal counsel is recommended. This information is provided “As Is” without warranty, express or implied. The reader assumes all risk for reliance thereon.