Blogs posted by National Crime Check

NCC Partners with Jumio to Scale its InstaID System

Posted by National Crime Check on 05/05/2021

Australia's National Crime Check Partners with Jumio to Scale its InstaID System and Accelerate Customer Onboarding The long-time customer is pairing its proven technology with Jumio Identity Verification to conduct real-time identity checks for Australian businesses Sydney — May 5, 2021 — Jumio, the leading provider of AI-powered end-to-end identity...

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The REST Data Access API is now live

Posted by National Crime Check on 20/04/2021

We've just released a new api, the REST Data Access API, which can be used to access various aspects of a user account. While our other APIs are service-based; they focus on a particular product -- police checks, identity checks, etc -- this new API is different in that it...

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Why do Australian charities need to perform Police Checks?

Posted by National Crime Check on 16/04/2021

Unquestionably, charities and non-profits are run by amazing people, achieving extraordinary things. At NCC, our team has the pleasure of working with charities like the St Vincent de Paul Society and have seen the outcomes that volunteers can have on those who need our help.  We can not say enough...

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The differences between a Working with Children Check, and a Police Check.

Posted by National Crime Check on 07/04/2021

In 2017, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) reported nearly 2 million children aged between 0–12 in Childcare and early childhood education institutes across Australia. The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) reported that the total entitlements for childcare subsidies were $1.8 million for the March quarter...

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Get the right person for the gig

Posted by National Crime Check on 24/03/2021

With lockdowns in place and restricted hours for usual brick and mortar services, the COVID-19 pandemic has meant more people are using gig services like cleaners, dog walkers, hairdressers, babysitters, and drivers, and asking them to come directly to them and their houses. This offers a world of convenience and...

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