Conducting Background Investigations
Two hour tele-web seminar August 21, 2012
This program will help you design and implement a standardized process and comply with current regulations, including recent EEOC guidance on criminal background checks.
This tele-web seminar will begin on Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM Pacific Time.
Developing, administering and monitoring a comprehensive background investigation process should be an integral part of your Security Program. Recent regulatory changes, new privacy and information security regulations, and emerging industry-standard practices have created a variety of legal, moral and ethical issues for the boards and the persons and companies conducting the investigations. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently updated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which focuses on employment discrimination based on race and national origin. In the update, the EEOC states that: An employer’s use of an individual’s criminal history in making employment decisions may, in some instances, violate the prohibition against employment discrimination. This presentation addresses the EEOC guidelines and provides a model that will help Security Department personnel understand the processes used to conduct comprehensive, effective investigations. You may use this model to design and implement a standardized, institution-wide background investigative process.
- Determine the investigator’s duties and responsibilities – legal, moral and ethical
- Understand and comply with pre-employment background screening regulations & guidance, including recent EEOC guidelines and the 2012 update to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Locate primary sources of information accessible in every community
- Learn how certain offenders generate particular and predictable records
- Learn why conviction records may not be enough – and where you can get additional information about arrests and diversions
- Learn how to apply the same source information to other functions, such as asset recovery.
Security Personnel, Directors, Auditors, HR Managers, Training Managers, Compliance Officers and Retail Operations Managers.
Dana Turner has served as a law enforcement officer in several capacities – including the investigation of business and banking crimes. He has participated in thousands of programs offered by state and national banking, examining and law enforcement agencies – and security, audit and HR organizations. Dana has conducted hundreds of pre- and continuing background investigations – from tellers to executives.
2.0 total credits
Member price: $250.00 | Non member price $500.00