Every year, one out of every five individuals in the United States becomes the victim of a crime. No other nation has a crime rate higher than this, making it crucial for good citizens to have access to criminal records online in order to make informed decisions. We search through federal, state, and county records to find all types of crime data and deliver them to you within seconds. Our reports may include criminal history, police records, arrest history, misdemeanors, felonies, traffic infractions, and more...
We guarantee to run the most up-to-date and comprehensive national criminal background checks. Records typically come from the Administrative Office of the Court or the Department of Corrections at a state (or county) level. Federal details (violations of federal criminal law such as tax evasion, fraud, embezzlement, etc) typically come from Federal court case files and include a can docket sheet and all related documentation.
Our reports are confidential and provide you with a wealth of information about registered offenses in your area. Here are just some of the popular reasons people rely on CheckThem:
In the past, you would need to go to each and every court to physically request information from the clerk in order to be able to review someone’s record. Not only is this process long, but it also may not include nationwide police records. This means if your suspect was arrested across the country, you would never know.
CheckThem makes it safe and easy to access public records on local, state, and federal levels. Requesting online criminal records from our database is easy, confidential and the service is available 24 hour per day. You will receive a summary of a person’s contacts with law enforcement agencies so you have a clearer perspective. Offenses typically fall into three categories:
Infractions – Typically not considered a crime (or even an offense in many jurisdictions), usually comes with a fine. An example would be disorderly conduct or a traffic incident.
Misdemeanors – Most often considered less serious. Incarceration can still occur, but it is usually limited to 12 months or less (although it can be accompanied by a sentence of 2 to 5 years in some states)
Felonies – These are more serious and incarceration can range from one year to life in a state prison, or even include the death penalty in severe cases.
Our in-depth reports will include all of the available information including:
If you are concerned about somebody’s potential criminal background, play it safe and rely on CheckThem to provide the information you need. In addition to conviction information, you will have a clearer picture of outcomes including acquittal, conviction, dismissal, diversion/deferred adjudication or details about pending cases.
Now that you know how you can protect yourself and loved ones by searching crime records, browse relevant articles pertaining to criminals, arrest records, traffic infractions, driving under the influence cases and more on the CheckThem.com blog: