Regulatory Compliance Tool

The Benefits of a Regulatory Compliance Filter

Guard against Lawsuits

Automatically filter all information against criminal and eviction record restrictions in your zip code.

Quality Transactional Data

Better filtering, better records. We're a risk solution that puts your regulatory compliance at the forefront.

Laser Focused on New Laws

We stay up-to-date on new and upcoming regulatory compliance, so you don't have to.

CIC Exclusive

We're the only risk solution that provides a legal filter to help you stay on top of regulatory compliance.

Regulatory Compliance Tool

The Benefits of a Regulatory Compliance Filter

Guard against Lawsuits

Automatically filter all information against criminal and eviction record restrictions in your zip code.

Laser Focused on New Laws

We stay up-to-date on new and upcoming regulatory compliance, so you don't have to be.

Quality Transactional Data

Better filtering, better records. We're a risk solution that puts your regulatory compliance at the forefront.

CIC Exclusive

We're the only risk solution that provides a legal fiter to help you stay on top of regulatory compliance.

It's our mission to provide you with quality risk management solutions, and CIC's regulatory compliance filter is a part of the package.

What is CIC's Regulatory Matrix?

CIC’s exclusive Regulatory Matrix takes the criminal and eviction court records that you rely on and scans for national, state, and county restrictions. We do this automatically and without extra charge for CIC clients.

Why is a Regulatory Compliance Tool Important?

By filtering the public records further, CIC helps safeguard you from lawsuits!

When you use our transactional data within your resident screening evaluation process, our filtering tool will help you with regulatory compliance. Our Regulatory Matrix makes it harder to use public record information you legally aren’t supposed to.

How We Filter Public Records

When doing a public records search, CIC will require you to input your zip code (or for multifamily housing purposes, the property’s zip code). The Matrix will then search for all legislation that could affect your public records’ use. This includes laws that restrict or outright ban the use of certain public records, including restrictions due to COVID-19.

Independant Compliance Can Be Tricky

Risk solutions that provide eviction and criminal records without a legal filter force businesses to dedicate additional resources towards compliance. While it’s vital you stay aware of new legislation, CIC’s compliance tool will automatically filter prohibited information for you.

Click on the dark green on the map or read below to discover some examples of restrictions CIC covers.

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Regulatory Matrix ( copy) ( copy)
Click on the Dark Green parts of the map to learn more!

Interactive map for example purposes only. New record litigation may extend to additional states.

Cook County

Cook County, Illinois passed a Just Housing Ordinance that bans use of records older than three years. If an applicant was convicted of a major crime, and served 4+ years in prison for it – that criminal record cannot be considered when making a housing decision because the conviction is older than 3 years.  Using that information could be grounds for a lawsuit, but the Regulatory Matrix would catch this and remove it from the consumer report before it could cause a problem. 

New York City

New York City banned the use of an eviction database scan when screening rental applicants. By using the Regulatory Matrix, a property listed in the Big Apple would not see any such information while screening, thus protecting end-users.

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Regulatory Compliance Tool

The Benefits of a Regulatory Compliance Filter

Stop lawsuits

Guard against Lawsuits

Automatically filter all information against criminal and eviction record restrictions in your zip code.

Accurate point

Laser Focused on New Laws

We stay up-to-date on new and upcoming regulatory compliance, so you don't have to.

Filter

Quality Transactional Data

Better filtering, better records. We're a risk solution that puts your regulatory compliance at the forefront.

VIP

CIC Exclusive

We're the only risk solution that provides a legal filter to help you stay on top of regulatory compliance.

It's our mission to provide you with quality risk management solutions, and CIC's regulatory compliance filter is a part of the package.

What is CIC's Regulatory Matrix?

CIC’s exclusive Regulatory Matrix takes the criminal and eviction court records that you rely on and scans for national, state, and county restrictions. We do this automatically and without extra charge for CIC clients.

Why is a Regulatory Compliance Tool Important?

By filtering the public records further, CIC helps safeguard you from lawsuits!

When you use our transactional data within your resident screening evaluation process, our filtering tool will help you with regulatory compliance. Our Regulatory Matrix makes it harder to use public record information you legally aren’t supposed to.

How We Filter Public Records

When doing a public records search, CIC will require you to input your zip code (or for multifamily housing purposes, the property’s zip code). The Matrix will then search for all legislation that could affect your public records’ use. This includes laws that restrict or outright ban the use of certain public records, including restrictions due to COVID-19.

Independant Compliance Can Be Tricky

Risk solutions that provide eviction and criminal records without a legal filter force businesses to dedicate additional resources towards compliance. While it’s vital you stay aware of new legislation, CIC’s compliance tool will automatically filter prohibited information for you.

Click on the dark green on the map or read below to discover some examples of restrictions CIC covers.

Regulatory Matrix Mobile Placeholder
Regulatory Matrix Mobile

Interactive map for example purposes only. New record litigation may extend to additional states.

Cook County

Cook County, Illinois passed a Just Housing Ordinance that bans use of records older than three years. If an applicant was convicted of a major crime, and served 4+ years in prison for it – that criminal record cannot be considered when making a housing decision because the conviction is older than 3 years.  Using that information could be grounds for a lawsuit, but the Regulatory Matrix would catch this and remove it from the consumer report before it could cause a problem. 

New York City

New York City banned the use of an eviction database scan when screening rental applicants. By using the Regulatory Matrix, a property listed in the Big Apple would not see any such information while screening, thus protecting end-users.

Let's Talk!