Miller Mendel


Over 50,000 pre-employment, public safety background investigations have been conducted by city, county and state police agencies using eSOPH.

eSOPH (electronic Statement of Personal History) is a cloud based, feature rich case management system designed for the processing of pre-employment background investigations. eSOPH is currently used by city, county and state public safety agencies across the United States, ranging in size from ten to over ten thousand personnel.

eSOPH is scalable and customizable for each organization’s unique requirements. Documents, settings and preferences are customized and managed locally, by your agency’s personnel.

Applicants report they are able to submit their background information quicker and more efficiently when compared to paper documents. Long distance (military/out of state) applicants are able to receive and submit requested background information as if they lived locally and without the worry of mailing or emailing sensitive information that could be lost or intercepted.

Investigators have reported eSOPH has cut their per case processing time in half, equating to many labor hours saved and weeks removed from the overall processing time.

Admin users have reported significant time savings in no longer having to archive paper background files and retrieving archived files from offsite locations when the need arose.

To support eSOPH, no assistance from your information technology department is typically needed. eSOPH works with all major browsers and is "optmized for mobile" (i.e, smartphones and tablets).

eSOPH was designed to save your agency costly resources. It can save your agency hundreds to thousands of dollars annually and allow hiring of applicants more efficiently and more professionally.

eSOPH is not currently offered to private background investigations companies, to include private investigators conducting investigations on behalf of public safety agencies.

© 2019 Miller Mendel, Inc. All Rights Reserved. eSOPH is protected by U.S. Patent No. 9070098 and U.S. Patent No. 10043188.