HOW RECORDSSEARCH.ORG WORKS


Quick, Easy and Affordable Access to Public Records- Is that Even Possible? 

Yes it is! In fact, you can start your public records search whenever and from wherever you want. With recordsearch.org, you can tap into several hundred federal, state and local government databases and more. We get you information that was hitherto only available to those willing to spend a fortune for it.

 

The best part is that you can access these details at the click of a button. Public records search does not get easier than this! As long as you have basic information about a person, recordssearch.org will get you the details you need to draw up a blue print of this individual’s life.

 

 

But, aren’t public records available from government sources?

There was a time when getting your hands on public records involved running around from one government office to the other. Without a doubt, the internet has changed all of that! Since most government offices now have their own websites, you can access at least some of the information they hold.

 

But, unless you know who to approach for a specific record, it’s going to be a wild goose chase. Also, these agencies only work within their jurisdiction, both geographically and in terms of the public records that they handle. So, you can’t get information on civil cases from an agency that deals with criminal matters.

 

Along the same lines, an agency that operates in a particular state or county will only be able to provide information from that specific area. Also, you will need to pay for at least some of these records. In other words, the pursuit can be time consuming and hard on the pocket. Plus, you will need to start with a significant amount of past and present information on the subject.

 

Finally, even if you are willing to wade through a ton of irrelevant information to get to the meaty stuff, you will still be left with the issues created by the rules and regulations that apply to the disclosure, access and use of public records. These rules vary significantly among states, which will pose a problem if you intend to cover a wide geographical area in search of the information you need.

 

Recordsearch.org makes public records search simpler, faster and more efficient!

You can start with as little as the first and last name of your subject and sift through the results of the broad brush inquiry by adding more search criteria as you go along. With recordsearch.org you get access to over 1,000 data sources from all 50 states. These include federal, state and local government agencies, registries, libraries, publications and more.

 

Because you can access information from several counties or states at once, you can get in-depth results in less than half the time you’d spend surfing the sites of government agencies. Since the details come from the databases of multiple agencies, you will be able to cross link the data to get a clearer picture of what your subject has been up to.

 

 

So, is a public records search the same as a background check?

No, it isn’t. A background check is specifically meant to access criminal history information. So, it’s almost always initiated through a law enforcement agency or a judicial office in charge of maintaining criminal records.

 

If you want to take the official route, you will have to approach the local sheriff’s department, the clerk of court’s office, the Department of Corrections or the Department of Public Safety of your state.

 

If you approach a law enforcement agency, you will only get criminal records from them. If you approach a judicial entity like the clerk of court’s office, you may also be able to access information on the civil cases that involve the subject.

 

One thing to remember here is that not all states allow people to access criminal records. For instance, California is one of several states that do not allow access to third party arrest records.

 

 

How does a public record search help?

With a public records search, you cast a wide net for all types of information. So, such an inquiry can be initiated for both personal and professional reasons. For instance:

 

  • – It may help to know if a person you intend to hire has a criminal past by going through his/her arrest records.
  • – Along the same lines, a business can avoid needless risks by finding out about the civil litigations initiated against a potential partner or supplier.
  • – For a corporate entity embroiled in a civil litigation, court records of cases that involve the plaintiff can help to clarify if the complaint is genuine or frivolous.
  • – On the personal front, people initiate a public records search to know about the past of a new love interest.
  • – Both marriage and divorce records can tell you a lot about an individual’s personal life and financial condition.
  • – A people search can help to locate an old friend or distant relative.
  • – Often, public records are also accessed for genealogy research.
  • – Death records are needed for estate related matters.
  • – Public records are frequently accessed to know more about new neighbors and to keep the neighborhood safe.
  • – Similarly, birth records can be used to know about family history, adoption related information and more.
  • – Public records search can also be used to know if you are a victim of identity theft.
  • – People also launch such inquiries in their own name to know what a potential employer or business partner can dig up on them.

 

What information can I get from recordssearch.org?

  • – Arrest records
  • – Information on arrest warrants
  • – Criminal records
  • – Details in response to an inmate search
  • – Birth records
  • – Death records
  • – Marriage records
  • – Divorce records
  • – Property records
  • – And more…

 

Can the results of a public records search be used for official purposes?

No, you cannot use the information that you get from a dedicated public records search site like recordssearch.org or any other in an official sense. When required officially, public records need to come from government sources and have to be on paper.

 

For instance, criminal records are often needed for immigration, adoption, firearms licensing and for employment in the health care, child care and senior care sectors. When required for such purposes, the information has to be supplied in the form of a printed document furnished by a government agency. You may even have to get the document notarized.

 

Many law enforcement agencies do not allow third parties to access crime history records unless they have permission from the subject of the inquiry. Furthermore, in some states, employers cannot use crime history information to make hiring/firing decisions. So, going through official channels may not always be the best option.

 

Recordssearch.org allows you to access public records from all over the country and the best part is that you can initiate your inquiry anonymously. In other words, here are public records that you can actually put to use to safeguard your professional and personal interests.

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