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GOING BEYOND PUBLIC RECORDS CHECKS

By UBM | October 16, 2019

It is of value and some relevance to revisit the previously addressed difference between Screenings and Background Investigations in our 2018 August posting, “A NANNY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION OR SCREENING?”. Emphasis was made qualifying the difference between an Investigation and a Screening noting an Investigation as a formal systematic inspection and methodical inquiry and examination or…

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INCREASING SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARENESS FOR CAREGIVERS

By UBM | September 6, 2019

National Suicide Prevention Week, this year from Sunday September 8, to Saturday September 14, 2019 is an annual week-long campaign in the United States to inform and engage health professionals and the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide. It’s difficult to NOT become aware of any suicide incidents within recent years…

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NATIONAL GUN VIOLENCE AWARENESS DAY

By UBM | June 7, 2019

JUNE  7, 2019 IF YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU SHOULD HAVE — HOW COULD YOU NOT?           THEY ARE NOT JUST NAMES Wear Orange today! As the greatest country in the world, let’s  implore our elected officials to: It’s a complex multi-dimensional problem but our future safety and security as  a society…

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Ride-Sharing: Understanding Possible Dangers

By UBM | June 1, 2019

As “Ride-Sharing” services expand and more people utilize their services that include but are not limited to young adults, caregivers with the elderly and or children, it is imperative to understand certain dangers that may be inherent with their use. REGIUS often collaborates with other security and law enforcement professionals. One of its stronger strategic…

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INTRODUCING SITUATIONAL AWARENESS TO CHILDREN

By UBM | February 10, 2019

At the risk of under-addressing the topic, the purpose of this article is to introduce an important safety aspect to your children that they may practice with and without your presence as well as with your care givers including a baby sitter, nanny or Au-pair. It is an attribute and necessity at the basic level…

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A NANNY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION OR SCREENING?

By UBM | August 10, 2018

The preliminary and initial interview for your prospective Nanny or Au Pair is one of the pillars of the foundation of your future arrangement with whom you will entrust your most precious jewels. This and secondary interviews will establish the framework for expectations and guidance for acceptable operational standards and protocols within your family structure.…

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BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS FOR BUSINESS

By UBM | July 16, 2018

There was an excellent article from https://chiefexecutive.net/when-entrepreneurs-are-devastated-by-fraud/ written by J.P. Donlon conveying and emphasizing the importance of due diligence in making the right hiring decision and the necessity of a basic background investigation for any employee who will be handling cash. The article is a short and must read for small business startups and entrepreneurs.…

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Human Trafficking

By pwsadmin | June 9, 2021

  Did you know Human trafficking is the crime of using force, fraud, or coercion to compel someone TO WORK or to engage in commercial sex. If that surprised you, check out the 2020 Federal Trafficking Report that dropped from the Human Trafficking Institute first week of June.  A wealth of eye opening information and…