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Multi-State Criminal Database Record Information

National Criminal Record Search

The HireSafe Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search is a powerful high-speed multi-jurisdictional criminal record search of state and county criminal record databases. This multi-state criminal background search provides same-day access to the largest national criminal record database available with 445 million records currently!

This criminal record database is a valuable supplementary resource for your background screening program, which may discover convictions in counties not identified in the Social Security Trace Report.

This criminal record background check search should be used only in addition to other employment background check searches as it is not a comprehensive search. Unfortunately, different states, counties, and cities all store their criminal record information differently, and it is not possible to have access to all of those sources. For a more extensive report, HireSafe background check packages also include county-level criminal record searches at your potential hires previous addresses to ensure there is no criminal record in those libraries as well. Together these searches begin to cover all possibilities!

Criminal Record Checks Include Multiple Databases

The Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search also includes the National Sex Predator & Violent Offenders Search. The National Sex Predator & Violent Offenders Database contains currently registered sex and violent criminal offenders with felony conviction records. The Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search quickly returns offender information in a condensed, easy to comprehend format.

This service can identify criminal activity in employment geographical locations and jurisdictions outside of current and previous residences. Considering individual states vary widely in their reporting, The Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search is advised as a supplemental record search for criminal background screenings and employment background checks.

Verifying Criminal Record Search "Hits" is a FCRA Requirement!

Before being reported to the client, results ("hits") found in the Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search must FIRST be verified at the county court level if they contain BOTH the subject name and date-of-birth. An additional county court search fee is required to verify the record.

This is a requirement of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, section 606:

(3) Certain public record information. Except as otherwise provided in section 613 [1681k], a consumer reporting agency shall not furnish an investigative consumer report that includes information that is a matter of public record and that relates to an arrest, indictment, conviction, civil judicial action, tax lien, or outstanding judgment, unless the agency has verified the accuracy of the information during the 30-day period ending on the date on which the report is furnished.

The HireSafe Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search helps to find more criminal records and expands searches for potential crimes and enables organizations to conduct a broad search into a candidate's criminal background history to help reveal criminal records beyond where candidates live and work, often in places where you might not expect to find them.

This Search Should Only be used as a Supplement to a County Criminal Court Record Search!

Due to the nature of the origin of public record information, the public records and commercially available data sources used in reports may contain errors. Source data is sometimes reported or entered inaccurately, processed poorly or incorrectly, and is generally not free from defect. This product or service aggregates and reports data, as provided by the public records and commercially available data sources, and is not the source of the data, nor is it a comprehensive compilation of the data. Reliable data should receive verification at the county court level.

There is no criminal database in the USA, which includes every county court and reporting agency available to the public. The NCIC, maintained by the FBI, is only for law enforcement purposes, while actively investigating criminal activity. Private use of this information is a felony.

The following list indicates by state and American Indian Tribe the records contained within the HireSafe Multi-State Criminal Database Record Search.



























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