If the arrest resulted in a conviction, then it is reported as part of the court record. Consumer reporting agencies are restricted from reporting arrests that do not result in a conviction in many states. In these states and others, employers in most cases cannot consider arrest records it determining eligibility for employment. Employers should be fully aware of how background check and other consumer information can be used for employment purposes.
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Modified on: Wed, 8 Dec, 2010 at 5:16 PM
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