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  1. Locate…Locate…LocateKeys to Locating Parents and Their Assets North Carolina Child Support Council and Attorney’s Annual Conference August 26, 2010 Sunset Beach, North Carolina

  2. The FPLS • Federal child support system used to support child support enforcement agencies for the purpose of: • Locating parents • Identifying employment benefits and assets • Establishing paternity • Setting and modifying child support orders • Enforcing support obligations

  3. NC State Case Registry FCR

  4. Federal Case Registry Non-IV-D Orders After 10/1/98 All IV-D Cases

  5. Archie & Veronica Texas Archie & Betty California FCR Proactive Matching FCR FCR

  6. 20 Days Employment Information W-4 SDNH Reporting New Employee Completes W-4 form SDNH SDNH Employers

  7. 20 DAYS SDNH North Carolina Employers 8 DAYS NDNH 2 DAYS FCR CSE NDNH to FCR Proactive Match

  8. Archie & Veronica Mississippi Oregon Employer NDNH FCR FCR To NDNHProactive Matching

  9. What is on the NDNH? • New hire reports (W-4) • Employer name and address • IWO address • Employee address • Quarterly wage (QW) records • Employer name and address • IWO address • Wages and percent of difference from previous quarter • Indicator of no W-4 • Unemployment insurance (UI) records • Employee name and address • Benefit amount • Pending, paid and denied claims $$$$ NCP’s Paycheck

  10. External Locate Sources • External locate sources provide additional locate data from sources not maintained by the FPLS. • Federal agencies include: • Department of Defense (DOD) • Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) • Internal Revenue Service (IRS) • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) • National Security Agency (NSA) • Social Security Administration (SSA)

  11. SVES Title II Pending Claims • Participants who file for retirement or disability • Daily match with FCR • Data is not stored • Send income withholding order • SSA will hold IWO until awarded SSA Paid out $57.8M in March 2010

  12. National Change of Address • Proactively tracks NCPs, CPs and PFs addresses • Reduces the need for Postmaster Letters • Reduces undeliverable mail and forwarding mail cost • Reduces labor costs • Expedites Service of Process • Meets USPS requirements for postal discounts

  13. Print Programs • New option • Formatted reports sent to States • Use until automation in place • Need separate CFI transmission • Send Options form

  14. Skip Tracing Basics Skip Tracing is the ability to think through and analyze the circumstances of each situation individually in order to reach your goal

  15. Gather as much info as possible

  16. Then get started!! • Whitepages.com or 411.com Directory Assistance, FreePeopleSearch • Zabasearch.com Free People Search • Zoominfo.com Person & Employer Search Engine http://www.zoominfo.com • Find people on Social Networking Sites • Try Wink.com or Spock.com http://www.spock.com

  17. Don’t give up.... • Use Blog Search Engines • Craigslist.com Online Classified Search • Domainserch.com • Reverse Address and Phone Number Lookup Search • Contact Neighbors, Known Relatives, Mutual Friends, Associates & Contacts

  18. It’s amazing what you can find! • Military Locators & Searches • Inmate Searches & Lookups • Find a Person’s Forwarding Address • Google the Personhttp://www.google.com • Google Maps • Google Images • Pipi.com http://www.pipi.com • Spokeo at www.spokeo.com

  19. Social Networking • Phenomenon of online social networking • Profiles: User’s Personal profiles • Security: All social networks should provide the ability to set profiles to private or block users • Search: The object of a social network is to find friends and expand relationships

  20. Popular Sites • My Space • Twitter • Facebook • Linkedin • You Tube

  21. Facebook: Types of Accounts • Public Account/Business Account: Rub is a Fan • Personal Accounts: Rub is a Friend or you can poke someone. • Fictitious Accounts: Same as the personal account

  22. Business Accounts • Designed to provide information about the office • Clients able to contact us for information • Most people do not know you are looking for them so using this type of account can be ok • Problem: Their site is listed as private. • Will they accept you as a friend?

  23. Personal Accounts • Can search for individuals • Problems arise when the person marks their account as private • Ways to get the person to befriend you • Ability for them to see your personal information • Threats from unhappy individuals

  24. Fictitious Accounts • Controversial issues about false information • Need to keep the information as real as possible • Using a picture on the account is helpful • Keeps people from getting your personal information

  25. Information Available • People list their hometown, High School, day and month of birth • Jobs and average income • Truck driver bragging about all the stops he made across the US • Pictures of assets • People bragging about their occupations and successes

  26. Policy for Each Account • Twitter prohibits it’s users from sending deceptive or false information • Linkedin is for professionals and they require that you do not send or download information that will be injurious or harmful to others • My Space requires that all the information placed on the site is truthful, factual, and trustworthy • Facebook specifies that users will not provide false personal information

  27. Contacts • Betty LaCrossbetty.lacross@ngc.com • Carla Westcwest@youngwilliams.com