By MIKE HAWKINS-CORBETT-APAP writerThe FBI’s “Good Job” hiring policy is a huge success story.
The bureau is credited with a significant drop in the number of people who get killed in the line of duty.
But the agency’s hiring policies also help to explain why a number of the bombings were prevented.
Here’s a look at how the bureau’s policies can help prevent future attacks.1.
Don’t hire people who have been accused of committing a crime.
The FBI has a policy that says:Don’t hire a person if he or she has been charged with a crime, or convicted of a crime and has been sentenced to prison.2.
Don, don’t let them get jobs.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics found that between 2000 and 2013, more than 200,000 people were hired in the federal government without ever being convicted of any crime.
But, the FBI stopped this trend in 2012.
In 2013, the bureau changed its hiring policy to prevent people with criminal records from getting hired.3.
Don’ t hire someone who’s been charged.
The Bureau of Prisons says it has stopped hiring people convicted of violent felonies, as well as anyone with a criminal record, including people with felony convictions.4.
Don t hire people with a record of violence.
The BOP says it stopped hiring those convicted of homicide and non-negligent manslaughter in the 1970s and 1980s.5.
Don o t hire anyone who has had a conviction for domestic violence.
The BOP stopped hiring domestic violence offenders in 2008.6.
Don to not hire people convicted in state courts.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission says it’s banned people with convictions in state or local courts from getting jobs.7.
Don ‘ t hire an employee who is mentally ill.
The CDC says mental health professionals should be screened out for jobs in the Bureau of Labor Statistics.8.
Don ta stop hiring employees who are mentally ill or addicted.
The FBI says hiring employees with a mental health problem can lead to an employee getting fired or having their job revoked.9.
Don , don’t hire someone convicted of sexual assault.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline says it had stopped hiring employees convicted of crimes related to sexual assault and dating violence.10.
Don think of getting a criminal background check before hiring.
If you ‘re considering hiring a potential employee, consider asking the hiring company about whether the employee has a criminal history or a criminal conviction.11.
Don d t hire employees with criminal histories or a conviction.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation says the bureau has stopped screening job applicants for convictions or histories of serious violent or sexual assault, or dating violence, since 2005.
The hiring company also says that it is not required to screen applicants for criminal convictions or criminal histories.12.
Don n t hire those with a history of mental illness or addiction.
The agency says it does not screen employees with any history of serious mental illness, and that employees can still be hired if they meet the requirements of the federal law that says an employer cannot fire someone with a disability.13.
Don tha hire someone with serious mental health problems.
The National Domestic Abuse Hotline has stopped accepting applications from people with serious, debilitating mental illness.14.
Don t hire individuals who are addicted to alcohol or drugs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it is banning employers from hiring anyone with an alcohol or drug abuse disorder, regardless of whether the applicant has a drug or alcohol abuse history.15.
Don ot hire employees who have suffered a severe mental illness as a result of an assault or domestic violence conviction.
The Justice Department says it bans hiring employees because of a person who has suffered a mental illness because of their conviction or because of treatment for that mental illness in the past, including medication or treatment.
The ban goes into effect immediately for any employee who has been convicted of domestic violence, or anyone convicted of assault or sexual abuse, or has been a victim of an attempted or completed crime, and is not otherwise prohibited by law.16.
DonT hire people under age 21.
The Drug Enforcement Administration says it doesn’t hire anyone under 21 unless the person has a history or evidence of serious substance abuse or addiction and is receiving treatment for the substance abuse problem.17.
Dont hire people whose employers are in bankruptcy.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it also doesn’t recruit people in bankruptcy who have an outstanding judgment.18.
Don ut hire employees on the federal unemployment line.
Department of Labor says it prohibits employers from recruiting workers for federal employment without an unemployment check.19.
Don ti hire someone on the state unemployment line, but don’t ask for their criminal records.
The Department of Justice says that state unemployment agencies do not ask job applicants whether they have a conviction or other criminal record.20.
Don teh hire employees without criminal records, but if they