With one search, you can comb more than 600 million criminal records from counties, department of corrections (DOC), administrative office of courts (AOC), and offender registries from all 50 states, plus Washington DC, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Also included are national and international terrorism sources and more than 10 million photos. A National Criminal PLUS check provides the data you want, the quality you demand and the updates that ensure you get the best possible information.
This is a multi-faceted search that runs both the main subject’s name through the National Criminal PLUS (600+ million criminal records) database, and also automatically runs any known aliases found from an included SSN Trace w/ address listing, as well. The names searched include the primary name of the subject, as well as any other names found associated with the name/address history, such as maiden names, previously married names, middle names used as first names, nicknames and other aliases.
This is one of the most powerful tools for uncovering criminal records. Since law enforcement agencies report felony and misdemeanor charges, a county criminal search is where a record is likely to be filed. Our researchers handpick information from courthouse records in every county in the United States. All county criminal searches go back a minimum of seven years and include felonies and misdemeanors. Some court fees may apply, depending on the county.
A statewide search will yield information for all counties in a given state. While all counties report to the state level, there can be instances where a conviction has been recorded at the county level, but not yet at the state level. The determination of when to conduct a statewide search is dictated by each customer. Standard fees may apply.
This is a Motor Vehicle Records driving search. These reports can include records of driving while intoxicated, revoked license, accidents, and minor traffic violations. Almost all states generate instant results, but a few states require 1-3 day turnaround.
This search contains criminal record information from various reporting agencies throughout a single state. Examples of sources that may contribute data are Department of Corrections, Administration of Courts, county courts and sex offender registries within a state.
For those who want a Sex Offender Registry search and want it quickly, we offer just the sex offender information that is contained in the National Criminal PLUS search. You will get information from 49 states (plus Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico) with photos from 49 states and Washington, D.C., Guam and Purto Rico.