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1. All States Instant Criminal & Sex Offender Registry Search:
More about this Search:
This database consists of a broad range of coverage throughout the United
States. This database may consist of Department of Corrections (DOC),
Administrative Office of Courts (AOC), and/or individual county court
databases for individuals that have been convicted of a felony or
misdemeanor crime. This search also attempts to locate any additional alias'
(AKA's) that your subject may be using and then performs a national
criminal database search on those, as well as the name you submitted. You'll
see results on all names for the one low price.
We'll even provide the additional possible alias names we found, if any,
associated with your subjects social security number in our report. More
information, one low price. This database is continuously being updated with
the most current information available. Additional datasets are being added
as they become available.
*This National Criminal Database also includes: National Sex Offender
Database, OFAC and Interpol at no additional cost.
2. Social Security Number Validation Trace + Past Address History:
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Probably the most effective tool used in determining or verifying identity,
Search First's Social Security Number (SSN) Trace validates a subject's
social security number, birth date, and address listings. The trace either
verifies a number as legitimate or reveals an anomaly (such as an incorrect
number or a deceased person's number), which could indicate a false
A background check of 7 years is the industry standard. Due to human error,
mistakes, and also other reporting factors, Search First recommends a social
security trace to verify any gaps in resident history not provided by the
A Social Security Number search is one of the most effective ways to conduct
a background check on a new employee, an applicant, or new tenant. 99% of
the people can be quickly located with a search on their Social Security
Number. A nationwide search will provide, at the very least, the person's
name, as well as current and previous addresses associated with their Social
Security Number. For a more complete list of the information that a SSN
search may produce, see below. The amount of information returned
depends on that persons credit history and credit activity. If the subject has
no credit, no credit history, or is a very recent immigrant to the country,
then very little information will be on file.
Why? A social security number search is primarily derived from the database
records maintained by the three major credit bureaus. The search is not as
exhaustive as a full Criminal Record Search, but it will provide most of the
• Name and Current reported address from SSN
• Address history of subject for 7 years, possibly up to 10 years
including the months and years that all addresses were used
• Other names and/or SSN's being used by subject
• Address history for other names and/or SSN's being used
• Validity, date, and year of issuance of the SSN
• Tells if number is being used by anyone else and who it is, along with
their address history for the last 7 years, possibly up to 10 years
• Automatically detects and will flag if the SSN has been used in a death
Note: Not all of this information will be obtained for all subjects searched.
*3. On Site County Courthouse Criminal Record Search:
More about this Search:
A County Criminal Records Search reveals a subject's felony and
misdemeanor criminal record(s). With access to over 3,500 county courts,
our completed reports include the date filed, charges, level of the charges,
disposition date and final disposition.
The criminal record is a report obtained from county courthouses listing all
criminal offenses committed by an individual during a given period of time.
Offenses which are found on the criminal record fall into the following three
• Traffic Offenses: Normally, the only traffic offenses that show on a
criminal record would be serious offenses such as "driving under the
influence" or "hit and run" violations.
• Misdemeanors: Usually considered a less serious or minor offense, the
misdemeanor is a crime punishable by incarceration, fines and
probation and is typically in a local confinement facility. The maximum
incarceration period is usually limited to one year or less. (A few
states classify a misdemeanor as an offense carrying a sentence of
two or even five years)
• Felonies: These offenses are considered more serious than the
previous two categories. Typically, a felony carries a penalty of
incarceration from one year to life in a state prison, to the death
(It should be noted that different states classify crimes differently. One
state's misdemeanor may be another state's felony. Civil cases, such as
lawsuits between individuals or corporations and bankruptcies, are not
included on the criminal record.)
There are 2 methods of County Criminal Searches; manual and database
searches. The Database Search is a great addition to a Manual Professional
Researchers "hands on" retrieval of County Criminal Records, but should
never be substituted for the hands on County Courthouse Criminal Record
search on a stand alone basis.
Professional Courthouse Researchers "hand pulls" county criminal records.
Agents physically visit the courthouse and research the request. There are
some counties however, that do not allow this. We must fill out a request
form and turn it into the clerk of the court who performs the search. In these
cases We are at the mercy of the Clerk of the Districk Court. This, thankfully
is not common. We follows up on these requests daily. There possibly could
be a delay on clerk searches. 95% of the time this Search can be returned to
you in 1 - 3 Business Days. In Shawnee County (Topeka, Kansas) there are
no Court fees and you get your all 3 Reports in 4 hours.