Address history

A candidate’s declared addresses should always be meticulously validated against all other information provided, cross referencing against residency databases.

A candidate’s declared addresses should always be meticulously validated against all other information provided, cross referencing against residency databases, comparing to activity history to ensure that where they say they lived and where they worked during the same period are a feasible (and reasonable) commute and that periods of study at higher education institutions carry with them a concurrent residency in the nearby area (unless they can clarify remote working or learning respectively). All identified inconsistencies and unsupplied addresses should then be investigated thoroughly to ensure that there has been no attempt to deceive or conceal information that could have material impact on their Screening.
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