Reliability Screening Solutions Inc. (RSSI) is accredited by the Canadian Criminal Real Time Identification Services (CCRTIS) branch of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to provide fingerprint-based Criminal History Checks. CCRTIS has partnered with Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), Canadian Industrial Security Directorate, to develop a new process for accrediting private companies to take fingerprints for non-criminal purposes. RSSI is one of the first agencies in Canada to successfully complete this new accreditation process.
At some point in time, nearly everyone will need the services of Reliability Screening Solutions Inc (RSSI). RSSI focuses on screening for employment purposes. However, we have a vast network of partners who provide related services that make use of our ability to submit electronic fingerprints and conduct name searches for criminal history background checks.
Orenex developes security intelligence solutions that collect information pursuant to the Canadian Government Security Policy, the RCMP Act and the Privacy Act. These integrated security intelligence solutions support the mandates of property, personnel and departmental security operations. The Orenex Security Information System captures driver license and other identification images, RCMP NIST compliant data, applicant picture and fingerprints to create CCRTIS submissions.
Regardless of the specific screening service that is being request, the applicant must provide an authorized Reliability Screening Solutions Inc. customer service representative with two pieces of government-issued identification such as a driver’s licence, a passport, or a birth certificate. The identification must include at least one picture ID. The applicant’s date of birth, sex, current address and signature as it appears on the consent must be confirmed by the identification provided. The applicant consents to disclosure by signing and dating a form authorizing RSSI to provide the screening services.
Task force considers fingerprinting and credit checks for federal workers
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