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  • Background check

    Doing a background check on someone who wants on our department.

    In Arizona, there is a court record, civil court, that has the following disposition,

    I/H ORDER ISSUED

    It is also strange that the plaintiff's information is withheld.

    Can anyone give me any insight as to what Arizona says a I/H order is, and why in
    AZ would a plaintiff's name be withheld?

  • #2
    ???

    Make a phone call and ask.
    Respectfully,
    Jay Dudley
    Retired Fire
    Background Investigator
    IACOJ-Member
    Lifetime Member CSFA
    IAFF Alumni Member

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    • #3
      Chuckle... Thanks for that valuable input. Turns out the court is closed yesterday, today, tomorrow, and the next day. Something about a holiday.

      Just wanted to make a decision by Sunday.

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      • #4
        Sorry

        I didn't know you waited for the holiday break to do your work. I'll make the call . You can call any P.D. in Arizona and they will help you. I did and did not have enough info.
        Last edited by JayDudley; 11-27-2009, 01:49 PM.
        Respectfully,
        Jay Dudley
        Retired Fire
        Background Investigator
        IACOJ-Member
        Lifetime Member CSFA
        IAFF Alumni Member

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JayDudley View Post
          I didn't know you waited for the holiday break to do your work. I'll make the call . You can call any P.D. in Arizona and they will help you. I did and did not have enough info.
          Because as a volunteer Chief, I tend to be pulled many directions at many times. I try to get as much done as I can when I can.

          I am sure in your neck of the woods you have time to get everything done between 9 to 5, probably have no calls after those hours, and your sheet smells like roses.

          Here in the real world, we do what we can, when we can. I am sorry I asked for a little help online and bothered all those electrons that were put to work putting the image on your monitor. If you send me a bill for those electrons time, I will be more than happy to give it the consideration that it deserves.

          And in reply to your second inane comment, its a civil matter, not a criminal - and the PD in the city in question stated they just were not sure about civil - I guess they prefer to worry about criminal out there.

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          • #6
            I can't for the life of me figure out what I/H would stand for. I'll ask some of my legal minded friends in the morning.
            Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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            • #7
              Wow!!

              Talk about touchy.......Hey pal When I did back grounds I to had a busy job. Large Department and plenty of runs.....I still didn't wait to the last minute to do my work. I was trying to say that you could call someone in Arizona other than the Courts to get your answer. The P.D. in Arizona would have your answer. THEY WORK 24/7!!! So quit getting your shorts in a bunch and do your job.
              It started out as a simple phone call to get your answer.......tried to help......you need to calm down and try to do your job.
              Last edited by JayDudley; 11-28-2009, 12:25 PM.
              Respectfully,
              Jay Dudley
              Retired Fire
              Background Investigator
              IACOJ-Member
              Lifetime Member CSFA
              IAFF Alumni Member

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