The disclosure of prior criminal justice system involvement will not necessarily adversely affect your employment opportunity. The nature and severity of the offense(s), the relevance of the offense(s) to the position sought, the time that has passed since the offense(s), and the entirety of your background and experience will be evaluated along with any other criteria mandated by state or federal law. Failure to answer this question accurately and fully may be considered fraud and result in the elimination of your consideration for this position or your termination from employment. The Company conducts very thorough background investigations.
Within the state/municipal-specific exceptions noted below, please list all misdemeanor and felony criminal matters, including any active cases, other than minor traffic safety violations for which no arrest was made, in which you were charged, regardless of disposition (outcome), or for which you participated in a pre-trial diversion or other programs to avoid prosecution.
Also provide information about any arrests in the prior twelve months, including information as to whether charges are pending or other information concerning the outcome of the arrest, or investigations which may result in prosecution.
Please exclude any sealed, expunged, annulled, or erased records.
Please provide dates, offense information, city and state, and disposition information, including the status of the case; if the case was dismissed, the reason for the dismissal; whether a conviction occurred; or describe any other outcome. You may provide this information on a
a separate document bearing your signature and the date if desired.
Applicants residing in New Mexico, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Rhode Island, San Francisco, CA, Seattle, WA, Philadelphia, PA and Newark, NJ:
DO NOT answer this question at this time. This information may be requested at a later date.
Applicants residing in California:
Please exclude misdemeanor convictions for offenses involving 28.5 grams or less of marijuana more than two years old, convictions that have been sealed, expunged or legally eradicated; misdemeanor convictions for which probation was successfully completed or otherwise discharged and this case was judicially dismissed; or any matters that are no longer active and did not end in a conviction.
Applicants residing in Connecticut:
You need not disclose the existence of any arrest, criminal charge or conviction, the records of which have been erased pursuant to section 46b- 146, 54-75o or 54-142a. Criminal records subject to erasure pursuant to Conn. Gen. State. Section 46b-146, 54-76aor54-142a pertain to a finding of delinquency or that a child was a member of a family with service needs, an adjudication as a youthful offender, a criminal charge that has been dismissed or knolled, a criminal charge for which the person has been found not guilty or a conviction for which the person received an absolute pardon. Applicants whose records have been so erased shall be deemed to have never been arrested within the meaning of the general statutes with respect to the proceedings so erased and may so swear under oath.
Applicants residing in Georgia:
Exclude any criminal matter that is considered a “first offender discharge” under Sec.42-8-63 of the Georgia Code.
Applicants residing in Michigan and Wisconsin:
Please exclude any arrests that did not result in a conviction.
Applicants residing in New York:
Please exclude any cases that are no longer active and did not end in a conviction.
Applicants residing in Washington:
Exclude any criminal matters in which the case was concluded and imprisonment was ended more than ten years ago.