Probation.us.org Reacts to Woman Falsifying GED Test Scores
Website shares insight on why searching probation records can be important in the wake of such news.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
According to The Columbus Dispatch, a former Ohio Department of Education employee was put on probation for two years for altering her GED scores. Kathleen Garner faked scores on a state computer for her husband. She was also caught doing this for five other people in her family, but the relatives didn’t know about the actions.
Probation.us.org shares the importance of viewing probation records with cases like this. “You never know who is lying or who has had someone lie for them about anything on a background check or public record. A probation record can let a searcher know of any inconsistencies in public information or show criminal actions.”
If the woman violates her probation she could spend up to a year in prison. Now is this worth it to just help people pass their GED tests when they could just study? Probation.us.org doesn’t think so.
Falsifying any type of education document is illegal for anyone to do, let alone a family member. Though Ms. Garner may have had good intentions, ultimately her actions were wrong and against the law.
Probation.us.org can offer records that clarify a person’s background history and can show if they are currently on probation or have a warrant out for their arrest. Find true and real personal history of someone through this probation records website.
Probation.us.org is the top resource for probation records on the Web. Learn more about the people associated with any probation record. When available, reports include first and last names, locations, offenses, case numbers and more.
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