By Russ Warner, VP Marketing — Overview Applicants for jobs as police officer, soldier, and security guard come from a variety of diverse backgrounds and experiences. Before acceptance, these job candidates may undergo a battery of screening tests. Today, some organizations use lie detectors to determine if applicants have been involved in ...
June 20, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — With 49 dead and another 53 wounded, the shooting in Orlando is by far the worst shooting in American history. This tragedy has initiated a number of global discussions on national security and gun laws, among other things. And to add another level of controversy, this act of ...
June 17, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — Corruption can weave its way into our societies, and when it does, it’s sometimes hard to believe we never saw it happening. It has recently come to light that corruption has found its way into Planned Parenthood, a government funded organization meant to provide reproductive health ...
June 14, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Armstrong, Marketing — Increased Safety of Taxis To help combat doubts and protect the integrity of drivers and passengers alike, the Boston Police Department (BPD) is adding a measure to better monitor its employees. The change involves making its background check process stricter by requiring the fingerprints off all its ...
June 10, 2016WebKeeper
By Roma Blackham, Marketing — “Take off your shoes, take out your quart-sized bag of liquids, and get everything out of your pockets.” For anyone who has ever flown, these words are customary. Once your belongings are scanned, you step through the metal detector, and you might even be required to ...
June 7, 2016WebKeeper
By Brandon Peterson, Marketing — No one likes a liar. This is almost universally true. In studies where people were asked to rate the likability of various words, “liar” came in the last place out of over 500 words. Unfortunately, people are also very bad at detecting deception. Your chances of ...
June 2, 2016WebKeeper
By Jesse Newman, Marketing — What is the purpose of welfare in America? Taxpayers believe that it is supposed to help people get back on their feet and become self-reliant again. Unfortunately, not everyone shares that same opinion. Recently, a well-off businessman has been accused of a fraud that is shocking. A ...
May 31, 2016WebKeeper
By Codi Peterson, Marketing — When you think of spy movies, you probably think of witty banter, fast cars, and evil organizations. Even polygraph tests are sort of iconic in spy thrillers. However, the polygraph exams conducted in movies are rarely accurate. Real polygraph tests are designed to measure key physiological ...
May 26, 2016WebKeeper
By Brian Del Rosario, Marketing — In 2015, there were 843,260 registered sex offenders in all fifty states and territories of the US. Of those registered offenders, 265,000 were under the supervision of corrections agencies. Each year many police departments across the nation conduct compliance checks of these registered sex offenders ...
May 18, 2016WebKeeper
By Trevor Armstrong, Marketing — A shocking twenty percent of people admit they have lied to their spouse about finances, according to a recent survey from creditcards.com. An appalling forty-one percent admit to spending more than $100 without telling their partner. Most people will agree that money is the leading cause of ...
May 10, 2016WebKeeper
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