"Securing a criminal background check prior to employment, licensure, or certification provides a hiring or licensing authority an important resource, which aids in the evaluation of the applicant. These applicants are often candidates for positions that place them in a position of trust for some of California’s most vulnerable citizenry, elderly, and dependent adults and children. As such, it is vital for the hiring or licensing authority to be aware of specified active arrests or convictions. Entrusting applicants with the responsibility of the position prior to a criminal background check potentially jeopardizes the safety and integrity of the workplace and may leave some individuals exposed to unnecessary harm. Employment and licensing authorities may also face legal liability if applicants with specified active arrests or convictions are employed or licensed when statute prohibits such action based on the successful completion of a criminal background check."
A background check is only good from the moment of submission. Each agency is responsible to get the most accurate and up to date information on the individual.
PRIMARY FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION:
SECONDARY FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION
In the absence of a Primary Form of Identification, one or more of the following may be used as an acceptable form of identification, but only along with two of the Supplemental Documents.
The information on the Secondary Form of Identification needs to be supported by at least two of the following: