Hire the Next Generation
Given the current environment of the policing profession, recruiting the next generation of police officers is more difficult than ever. One part of the selection process that should neither be rushed nor short changed is the background investigation. Background investigations play a critical role in ensuring the integrity of the process. To make a valid evaluation of the individual, it is crucial that as much information as possible be known and that the investigation be of high quality. Many agencies say they cannot afford to do a comprehensive background investigation when the reality is, you cannot afford not to do a background investigation. This background investigation can help you find candidates who have the education, skills, and personality necessary to fill the position. It will also help identify any issues of reputation, integrity or trustworthiness that could potentially put the agency at risk of liability.
Our Services Help You
Listen to PATC Background Investigations on PATC Podcast featuring lead investigator Tim Randall
Make fair, informed decisions and hire qualified candidates
Protect your agency against liability claims
Comply with federal, state, local and NCIC rules
Reducing disciplines for misconduct
Rejecting bad applicants with minimal investment
Measuring the applicant's current value system
Meet Our Investigators
Tim Randall Tim Randall served with the Nampa Idaho Police Department for 31 years. Tim has served as the supervisor of the Operations of Professional Standard Division and was responsible for recruitment, hiring, and background investigations. Tim currently works for the Twin Falls, Idaho Police Department responsible for hiring and background investigations.
George Perez George Perez, is an active law enforcement executive within the eighth largest police agency in the country. He has served the community of Miami-Dade, Florida for over 22 years as a police professional. George has risen through the ranks of his department and has worked and commanded the Internal Affairs unit which consists of administrative, criminal and public corruption sections.
Joe Willis Joseph Willis served with the Keene (NH) Police Department for 25 years. Until his retirement he was the team leader for both the Collision Analysis and Hostage Negotiation units. Among many of his assignments, he served as a Juvenile Detective/Prosecutor, Major Crimes Detective, Platoon Case Manager, Undercover Narcotics Detective for the NH Attorney Generals Drug Task Force and finally as the Property and Evidence Manager.