A National Criminal Background Check includes county court and sex offender registries; state Administrative Office of Courts, Department of Correction, Department of Public Safety, federal Office of Foreign Asset Control/Terrorist Database (OFAC), FBI Most Wanted, US Marshals, DEA, ATF, US Secret Service and America’s Most Wanted records revealing felony, misdemeanor, sex offender, inmate, probation, and other state and county criminal offense records nationwide.
Find out exactly where the sex offenders in your neighborhood live with a Criminal Records search. You can get detailed information about the sex offenders, when available, including their image, address, and specifics about their sexual offenses. If the person you searched has a record of sexual offenses in the past, a Criminal Records search could give you critical information about the person in question.
While there are many types of liens, each lien is either consensual or non-consensual. A consensual lien is determined through a contract agreement between the lien holder and the lienee. For example, a mortgage is a consensual lien between you and a bank. If you fail to pay the lien, the bank takes ownership of your home. An involuntary lien is one where the lien was created by law and not a contract. These include attorney, demolition, judgement, HOA, maritime, mechanics’, tax and weed (yard maintenance) liens.
As a general rule, employers may not take adverse action against an applicant or employee (not hiring or terminating them), solely on the basis of results obtained through a database search. Database searches, as opposed to source records searches (search of actual county courthouse records), are notoriously inaccurate, contain incomplete or outdated information, and should only be used as an added safety net when conducting a background check. Failure by employers to follow FCRA guidelines can result in hefty penalties.[18]
A criminal background check in particular gives you a fast, easy, and private way to learn more about anyone's criminal past. All you need is a first name, last name, and a city and state. Our database is filled with detailed information about more than 250 million people in the U.S. Getting started is simple; just enter the info you have in the field at the top of this page, and click "Search."
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