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First Advantage LogoWith roughly one in four Americans now volunteering according to Volunteering In America, the need for background screening in nonprofits is as vital as ever.  First Advantage and NRPA have partnered to offer one of the easiest, most efficient and in-depth background checking resources in the industry. Premiere members will gain immediate peace of mind knowing that your volunteers and employees are being well-vetted using some of the most powerful and advanced background checks available.

 First Advantage Benefits:

  • Exceptional Depth and Breadth of Services - Access a comprehensive, market-leading selection of criminal background checks, verification and qualification services, motor vehicle record reports and much more.
  • In-depth Reports - Leverage more than 20,000 sources of public and proprietary data for information on 20 percent more people than alternative sources—an additional 75 million individuals.
  • Flexibility - Easily configure your account to meet your specific needs, including the ability to choose from pre-set screening packages that ensure the most in-depth data coverage, or individual a la carte searches, based on your needs.
  • Increased Efficiency - Save time and money by replacing manual tasks with automated search technology and real-time online access.
  • Proven Screening Expertise - Keep your organization secure, efficient and compliant by using a trusted,leading screening provider with deep industry knowledge, proven experience and vast resources.

  As a Premiere member of NRPA, agencies receive:  

 For more information, click here to be contacted by a dedicated First Advantage Sales Executive.

   

NRPA Recommended Guidelines for Credentialing Volunteers

The National Recreation and Park Association has reviewed the resources of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners, and sought the counsel of recognized background screening experts to develop a set of Recommended Guidelines for Volunteer Background Screening in park and recreation settings. The goal of these recommendations is to make communities safe by advancing optimum volunteer management practices.

 




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