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What exactly can police see during their background check for applicants?
Mar 9th, 2017 at 2:04am
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I know they talk to friends, family, and any associates. I'm talking about what they can actually see from running background checks on their computer.

Like is there a way for them to see if you came into contact with police half way across the country even if you weren't arrested? Just part of an investigation.

What exactly is stored in NCIC? I know it contains more than just arrest records? What if someone was detained but never arrested?

Like if detectives showed up at my hotel room because someone wrote an anonymous tip and said I had drugs? Even though I didn't. They searched the whole room.
  
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Re: What exactly can police see during their background check for applicants?
Reply #1 - Mar 9th, 2017 at 6:34am
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Psycho Physiologist wrote on Mar 9th, 2017 at 2:04am:
I know they talk to friends, family, and any associates. I'm talking about what they can actually see from running background checks on their computer.

Like is there a way for them to see if you came into contact with police half way across the country even if you weren't arrested? Just part of an investigation.

What exactly is stored in NCIC? I know it contains more than just arrest records? What if someone was detained but never arrested?

Like if detectives showed up at my hotel room because someone wrote an anonymous tip and said I had drugs? Even though I didn't. They searched the whole room.


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