Report finds incidents of child ID theft growing

Apr 06, 2011 Brian Bradley

While a recent study found the number of identity fraud victims declined in 2010, a separate report from the Carnegie Mellon CyLab suggests that cases of child ID theft are a growing concern.The non-scientific report - based on ID protection


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Bill reduces reentry barriers into the workforce for non-convicted criminals

Apr 05, 2011 Matt Roesly

The ban the box bill - aptly named for the check box that asks job applicants if they have been convicted of a crime - was passed and signed by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter on Friday, Philly.com reports.According to the news source, under


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New Jersey auto sales up thanks to improved financing market

Apr 04, 2011 Brian Bradley

New Jersey residents, like consumers nationwide, found it very difficult to find a quality car loan during the depths of the recession. Frozen credit and depreciating consumer purchasing power make buying a new car as difficult as at any time


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Massachusetts arrest highlights need for more stringent background screenings

Apr 04, 2011 Matt Roesly

Massachusetts arrest highlights need for more stringent background screenings

Nothing is more important than the well-being of young people in school as they learn nessecary skills to use throughout their lives. A recent rape case in Massachusetts has highlighted the added need for background screenings for those working


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Pittsburg to conduct pre-employment screenings for potential city workers

Apr 04, 2011 Matt Roesly

The city of Pittsburg, Kansas has partnered with business outsourcing solutions company ADP to begin conducting background checks on newly hired city employees, The Morning Sun reports.Outside of police department hires, this marks the first


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