Sunday, April 23, 2006


So, anyone have any idea how a recruiter could go about getting access to the FBI database? I'd really like to be able to reduce positive matches. This is not because of some recent event. The positive match I'd taken months ago has never stopped sticking in my craw. The FBI makes their fingerprint and DNA database available for any law enforcement agency to use. They're even making a database of shoe prints for law enforcement use.

Why, oh why, are recruiters in the field not given this access? MEPSCOM apparently has it, so why does USAREC not? Why is it not available to all is poor recruiters toiling away in the salt mines? We already eliminate some wasted time by a quick public records search. Why not take it to the next level?


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