The Freedom of Information Act (5 USC 552) and the Privacy Act of 1974 (5 USC 552a) authorize the release of certain information about Federal inmates to any member of the general public requesting inmate searches. This includes information such as name, age, and registration number as well as sentencing and confinement data (offense, date Read more about How to Run Inmate Searches[…]
One question we often get is how to get criminal records for free. While difficult, it is sometimes possible depending on the type of criminal record you’re looking for – and where that record is stored. Criminal records are sometimes public records, but…
If you own a business, there are numerous situations where background checks can come in handy. Running a background check is likely easier (and cheaper) than you might imagine – especially compared the cost of not running background check might be.
As you can guess by the name, the term “public records” relates to information – often about people or businesses – that is available for public viewing. If you live and work in the US, chances are there are public records on you and – if you’ve ever applied for a job or even to rent an apartment – it’s more than likely that Read more about What are Public Records?[…]
It really depends on which people finder websites you’re looking at. The most prominent people finder websites are instant search public records companies that aggregate and database both government and private company data as well as information gleaned from scouring the web.