What You Can Do:
The reason why, over the past few years, background checks have become increasingly common is because of the increase awareness of people to the need to know exactly what those around them have done in their lives. Nowhere is this requirement more prevalent than in the field of business which accounts for more than half of the requests for Amador County Background Check requests. Business owners require people that they could trust, and though it is true that most employers could just ask their prospective employees regarding their past, prudence requires that employers also depend upon other sources that are not influenced by the bias, intentional or not, of the prospective employees, hence, the reason why business owners would be well advised to use official records when conducting background checks.
Luckily, California law had classified the three types of records that are most helpful with criminal background checks, arrest records, court records, and prison records, as non-vital public records. This classification means that not only are these records supposed to be available to the public at all times, they are also easier to access and copies of the same, easier to obtain than had they would have been had they been classified as vital public records.
California Comprehensive Background Check