Arizona Cleaning values clients and the protection of their property.
All of our employees are guaranteed to be crime free for your protection.
Every employee has met all of the stringent qualifications required by our private investigators, which, as a minimum, include the following:
- No felony found in the past ten (10) years from the date of the investigation to the date of the conviction, release from custody or release from parole, which ever occurs last.
- No misdemeanor found relating to or regarding drugs, person or property in the last five (5) years from the date of the investigation to the date of the conviction.
- No sex crimes EVER found.
- No crimes against children EVER found.
- No pending or looming legal action found which may result in a disqualifying felony or misdemeanor conviction, as set forth above.
- Any open warrant or open criminal case.
- The applicant has a valid and current United States Government or (U.S.) State Government issued identification card.
- Submission of a current, accurate and verifiable personal photograph.
- No information found suggesting fraudulent identification or illegal immigration status.
- A felony or misdemeanor charge for which a diversion of any type was granted, regardless of whether a conviction was entered in the court records or if later dismissed. In such a case the applicant shall be excluded from a CrimShield Certification for a misdemeanor diversion for five (5) years from the investigation date to the date of the plea agreement/diversion agreement, release from probation or completion of the terms and conditions of diversion program, whichever occurs last; and for seven (7) years for a felony diversion from the investigation date to the date of the plea agreement, release from probation or completion of terms and conditions of the diversion program.
Our investigators research and report on actual court records regarding an applicant regarding the above listed criteria. We are not responsible for court records or documents that are missing, misplaced, lost, imprecise, vague, purged, deleted, erased, removed, sealed, expunged, inaccurate, unavailable, inaccessible, incorrectly input into the Court system by the Court, or Court clerk error of any kind.
Some States have requirements that prohibit its Courts from maintaining criminal records for more than 7 years past the conviction date; some States simply fail to do so. Some States have prohibitions from reporting of court records or other adverse information that antedate the convictions/deferments by 7 years of the report. Federal law prohibits reporting of adverse, non-conviction information for 7 years antedate to the report.
We reserve the right to a case by case review of any application and investigation to determine whether or not to issue a guarantee. We do not discriminate based on Race, Color, Ethnic Origin, Religion, Age, Gender, Familial Status or Disability/Handicap.