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Interview Process Complaint: Fair Criminal Record Screening

Employers may not ask about arrests, criminal accusations, criminal convictions or other criminal background-related questions during the application or interview process.* Employers can ask only about criminal convictions after a conditional job offer is made, and job offers can only be revoked for legitimate business purposes.** Alleged violations of the law can be filed using this Type B complaint form. If any of the previously mentioned criminal background-related questions were asked on the initial job application form, please complete the Type A complaint form.

1. Jurisdiction

The alleged violation meets the following criteria:

2. Complainant Information

Full Address

How do you prefer we contact you?

2. Employer Information

Employer Address

Number of Employees at Employer:

Incident Information

What did the employer ask about that allegedly violated the law?

Date of Alleged Violation

Date Picker

Did you receive a conditional job offer?

If Yes above, was it revoked?

If yes above, was a reason given?

Attorney or Other Counsel Information (optional)

Counsel Address

Additional Information

*Exceptions apply. Please visit for more information.

**Six criteria exist for considering whether the business purpose is legitimate. Please visit for more information.

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