Justice-involved individuals, i.e., anyone with a record of arrest, conviction or imprisonment, and anyone who has ever been on probation or parole, are considered at-risk job applicants. The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) has a program that guarantees the job honesty of at-risk job seekers through federal financing of Fidelity Bond insurance, issued free-of-charge to employers, enables the delivery of bonding services as a unique job placement tool to assist ex-offenders, and other at-risk/hard-to-place job applicants (e.g., recovering substance abusers or those with poor credit). Each FBP bond has a $5,000 limit with $0 deductible and covers the first six months of a selected individual’s employment.