Interact with staff, background industry experts and more through our new BLOG!
The address is simple, just go to: blog.CriminalBackgroundRecords.com
With this new Blog, end users of criminal reports, industry people, and information technology persons can all converge on one front to address their questions, concerns and ideas. The word “blog” is just a shortened word for “web log” that has gained in popularity and now is considered a word of its own with its own meaning. Blogs have become increasingly popular on the Internet and have allowed people who are far away from each other to come together on a website they share a mutual interest in. Sharing ideas, commentary, news and concerns regarding the background retrieval industry (with people all across the USA) is now possible and very easy to do. So please visit us at blog.CriminalBackgroundRecords.com and start voicing your opinion today.
Blogs are found on many websites and are usually maintained by an individual, company or organization that adds regular ongoing entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other information for others to read. CriminalBackgroundRecords.com’s new interactive Blog now allows browsers and users to ask questions like, “What happens when someone goes to court for a proposed crime?” or “what is the difference between a felony, misdemeanor or infraction offense?” With the new fully functioning blog, people can educate each other as to what a felony, misdemeanor, and infraction are, as well as how certain sentencing works in the USA.
This online blog is for everyone from criminal history searching experts to someone wanting clarification on their own criminal record. Now there is a platform and place to voice criminal background industry questions. A place to find out what exactly makes up a criminal conviction record to why a criminal record can be different than an arrest record. It is a free place to learn, question, and confront common truths and misconceptions pertaining to the criminal background retrieval industry. Get educated on police policies, US court system operations, US department of corrections and US law.
The USA is comprised of 50 individual states representing 3,143 counties. At CriminalBackgroundRecords.com you can conduct a county criminal background check in any county in the USA. You can also conduct a criminal background check at the state level in 46 states. National criminal checks are also available and include additional free searches like a national sex offender check and terrorist list search.
Below is a breakdown of the major criminal background checks available in the USA
(all of which can be searched at CriminalBackgroundRecords.com)
County Criminal Background Check:
A county search is the most current, accurate and complete search available in the US today. However, you need to know the state and county you want to perform this search in; otherwise it will not be effective. This search entails having a professional court researcher manually pull the complete record in question for you. It typically takes a day or more for your search results to come in. County criminal background checks go back seven years and include felony and misdemeanor conviction records.
Statewide Criminal Background Check:
The statewide criminal background search is the most popular criminal background check used today in the USA. Statewide criminal checks are available in forty-six states. This search includes all commonly looked for information including department of corrections info, bodily characteristics, sentence info, case number and court records (including felony convictions and misdemeanor offenses).
CriminalBackgroundRecords.com online statewide criminal searches include a free national sex offender report, free terrorist database criminal background check, and a free US most wanted criminal database search.
Multi-State Criminal Background Check:
Multi-State criminal searches can cover two or more full states and usually include additional free searches like a sex offender registry check, the terrorist database search (which is maintained by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and lists such international terrorists sometimes called Specially Designated Nationals or SDNs), and a free criminal check of the US Most Wanted list including FBI, Secret Service and Americas most wanted criminals.
National Criminal Background Check:
CriminalBackgroundRecords.com has an instant national criminal background check which consists of 46 US states. This search includes a national sex offender check and other free criminal background checks made available to the US market as public records
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