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Trying to get a new ID card lands suspended constable in even hotter water

By |May 5th, 2008|

67-year old Constable Michael Solow just can’t stay away from work. After being suspended from duty while facing charges of oppression and coercion, the West Conshohocken man was taken off-duty.

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Instant identification, security benefits of new county employee ID badges

By |April 16th, 2008|

Armed guards at secure buildings weren’t enough for LaSalle county, IL administrators – a recent decision has made it so that every coutny employee in the county’s courthouse will be required to wear an ID badge and lanyard at all times during work hours. Members of the Courthouse and Jail committee designed the policy in February, and while the kinks of the program are still being ironed out, county employees can expect to have their ID photos soon.

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ID cards add a new twist to traditional background checks

By |March 28th, 2008|

For companies looking to hire a new employee, the process is often the same. First the resumes, then the interviews and narrowing down of the potential candidates. The last step could possibly be the most important one – the background check – companies have traditionally turned to internet databases that can either show the potential employee as nothing but hireable or the exact opposite. Problem is, many of these online databases are incomplete, giving employers only a partial picture of the applicant’s past. Now, an Arizona-based company called CrimShield offers companies and organization a full sweep of an applicant’s background – with a twist. When the employee has been approved by CrimShield’s fine-toothed combs, they’re given a customized ID badge.

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ID Card scandal a major blow for airport security

By |March 14th, 2008|

In a shocking blow for Chicago O’Hare’s reputation, federal and local law enforcement officials arrested 24 illegal workers they suspect were using fake security badges to work in restricted areas of the O’Hare airport. The badges were actually real, but deactivated O’Hare ID cards, and police are at a loss to explain how workers still managed to gain access to sensitive areas with the non-functioning cards. Police also apprehended two managers at Ideal Staffing Solutions, Inc., the temp agency that hired illegal immigrants knowingly and provided them with the false IDs, which gave them access to purportedly secure areas around O’Hare. Most of the workers loaded freight for companies doing business with O’Hare– including commercial airlines.

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Employee ID cards to serve as bus pass for Indiana employees

By |February 28th, 2008|

Buses, subways, and other forms of public transportation are quickly becoming more popular commute alternatives as the price of gas rises and traffic becomes more congested. State Farm Insurance in Indiana has launched a test program that will give their employees free bus fare from April 21 through May 17 – to see how many of its 14,000 Bloomington-area employees will catch on to a different type of commute

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