Company Culture

Working Environment

At CrossCheck you'll find art-filled office environments set in thriving, family-oriented communities. Office attire is dress down. There are also regular ticket drawings to reward employees with tickets to the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics sporting events.

Giving Back

Our organization participates in several non-profit fundraisers and associated programs including: the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, the Salvation Army Angel Tree, and Redwood Empire Food Bank Food Drive.


Diversity is about a variety of experiences, opinions, points of view, skills and social activities, in addition to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age and disabilities. We believe that having a diverse workforce is an advantage that widens the knowledge, experience and resources available for the company and our employees. CrossCheck is an equal opportunity employer.

Local Lifestyle

Petaluma, California

Our Petaluma corporate headquarters is located 35 miles north of San Francisco in the heart of Sonoma County, California. Petaluma is one of the county's two largest towns and a few minutes away from Santa Rosa, making a large selection of activities, shopping and restaurants close at hand.

Residents enjoy a community rich in natural beauty and culture. The area attracts international visitors who are drawn to the county's award-winning wineries, parks, trails, beaches, lakes, golf courses, hotels, spas, shopping centers, farmer's markets, museums and art galleries.

Sonoma State University and Santa Rosa Junior College have established campuses in the county.

Southlake, Texas

Our Southlake, Texas sales office is located in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metropolitan area. Situated in north Tarrant County, the Southlake community is home to more than 30,000 people and 2,000 businesses within 22.5 square miles.

Southlake is considered to be one of the safest places to live in the country, and is the home of Southlake Town Square, the Carroll ISD Dragons, Bicentennial Park, and Bob Jones Nature Center.