Asurint Announces New On-Demand Instant Clear Background Checks for Florida

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Asurint announced that their proprietary background screening technology now has the capability to evaluate and provide an on-demand instant clear on individuals from counties representing approximately 99% of the population of Florida. This allows hiring managers to extend offers to candidates in hours, not the days that are standard in the industry. A “clear” happens when a background check performed on an individual does not return any criminal history results in the specified jurisdiction of the search. Currently, 65 out of the 67 counties are covered for instant clears including 31 of the most populous counties in Florida.*

“Providing instant clears for the majority of Florida is a major win for Asurint’s clients who want to dramatically reduce their time to hire.” said Co-Founder & CEO Gregg Gay.  “The team at Asurint is constantly striving to provide HR professionals with fast, accurate and compliant background check results.  I’m excited for the advancements our proprietary technology has accomplished to change the turnaround times from days to almost instantaneous. More employers will be able to take advantage of this as more court systems are added across the US in the near future.”

Historically, turnaround time for background checks was slow in Florida due to the manual-intensive labor of retrieving court files and dramatically reduced court budgets. Background screen results in Florida would normally take upwards of a day and a half to two days to return results on a single search. With the help of Asurint, clear results are now available instantly.

Asurint provides instant clears on background screens for many other states such as Washington, Oregon, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts and more. Asurint constantly works with courts around the U.S. Counties in Florida that can currently provide instant clears though Asurint include the following:

  • Alachua County
  • Baker County
  • Bay County
  • Bradford County
  • Brevard County
  • Broward County
  • Calhoun County
  • Charlotte County
  • Citrus County
  • Clay County
  • Collier County
  • Columbia County
  • DeSoto County
  • Dixie County
  • Duval County
  • Escambia County
  • Flagler County
  • Franklin County
  • Gadsden County
  • Gilchrist County
  • Glades County
  • Gulf County
  • Hamilton County
  • Hardee County
  • Hendry County
  • Hernando County
  • Highlands County
  • Hillsborough County
  • Holmes County
  • Indian River County
  • Jackson County
  • Jefferson County
  • Lafayette County
  • Lake County
  • Lee County
  • Leon County
  • Levy County
  • Liberty County
  • Madison County
  • Manatee County
  • Marion County
  • Martin County
  • Miami-Dade County
  • Monroe County
  • Nassau County
  • Okaloosa County
  • Okeechobee County
  • Orange County
  • Osceola County
  • Palm Beach County
  • Pasco County
  • Pinellas County
  • Polk County
  • Putnam County
  • Santa Rosa County
  • Sarasota County
  • Seminole County
  • St. Johns County
  • St. Lucie County
  • Sumter County
  • Union County
  • Volusia County
  • Wakulla County
  • Walton County
  • Washington County

*This post was updated November 5, 2019 to reflect instant clear coverage in Floriday from 98% to 99%. The following counties were added since the original publish date: Flagler County, Gadsden County, Indian River County, Levy County.

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