Yes, arrest records may be included on your background report, even if you were not charged or convicted at the county level. Reporting laws differ by location and industry, and Checkr’s reports are in compliance with all applicable reporting laws.
Articles in this section
- Troubleshooting Tips for Logging Into the Applicant Portal
- Is Checkr allowed to report a criminal record in my state?
- What exactly is included in a background check?
- Something on my report is wrong. What should I do?
- There are records on my report from a long time ago. How far back do you look?
- Can Checkr report arrest records on my background report?
- What will employers do with the arrest information that appears on my report?
- My case was dismissed. Why is it still on my report?
- How can I access my report that was completed over six (6) months ago?
- Why do I need to provide my Social Security Number?