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Felons Who Cross State Lines Pose Hiring Threat

According to a recent investigative series in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, between 1.9 and 2.7 million felony fugitives (including rapists and murderers) have eluded capture by crossing state lines. Companies that unknowingly hire felons or fugitives put themselves at increased risk of embezzlement, fraud, lawsuits and workplace violence. Employers should be alert to the possibility […]

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Felons Who Cross State Lines Pose Hiring Threat, says AccuScreen

Fleeing fugitives are a growing risk in America. Tampa, FL October 20, 2008 — According to a recent investigative series in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, between 1.9 and 2.7 […] AccuScreen

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Felons Who Cross State Lines Pose Hiring Threat

Jeffrey John Curley (June 9, 1987 – October 1, 1997) Jeffrey John Curley was a 10 year old freckled-faced young boy with blue eyes growing up just outside Boston in East Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was the son of Bob and Barbara Curley and the youngest brother of Shaun and Bobby. Jeffrey played baseball, hockey, and […]

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The Myth of the FBI and America’s Most Wanted: Criminals Are Getting Away with Murder by Moving to Another State

Fleeing fugitives are a growing risk in America Recent news stories have reported that millions of criminals are escaping justice in America, and overworked police departments are doing little to pursue them. According to a recent investigative series in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, between 1.9 and 2.7 million felony fugitives (including rapists and murderers) have […]

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