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We tend to just passively enjoy the conveniences and services rendered by the Police. Actually, we can greatly benefit from their Public Police Records if we were more proactive. It’s easy to search public police records and if we do that any time we are uneasy about someone, there’s no doubt that a great many crooks would have been spotted long before they could strike.
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Dead men tell no tales, but Death Records can sure say a lot. They have come a long way since their humble beginning back at the turn of the 20th century. Today, Public Death Records form the set of Vital Public Records jointly with Birth, Divorce and Marriage Records. Public Records are much like reputation, you own it but you don’t really have a say in it.
We walk the talk insofar as our core virtue of open society goes. Yes, the American civil system soundly upholds public transparency and government accountability through our Public Records and the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act 1966) mandates that. Public Divorce Records is but only one of the several record categories upon this value that have come about over the years.
Much information is contained in public divorce records. It includes the personal particulars of the people involved and details surrounding the divorce such as date and location, filing number, alimony, child custody, asset division and so forth. A Divorce Certificate can be present too although its certified copy may have to be separately requested.
Marriage records are public records. They are one of the core Public Vital Records along with Death, Birth and Divorce. It is a very well-searched record category and is available to any member of the public free of charge as long as procedures and requirements are complied with.
Their treatment may vary from state to state but Public Marriage Records are available in all states. Coming under state jurisdiction, they are maintained at state repositories. It is important to note that state records are not linked among themselves. If someone has resided in various states, all those states have to be covered in order for a marriage record search to be complete. If the person has never married in a state, the search will return with a ‘no record found’. This is often the desired outcome of a search.
Based on government crime data for 2006, there were close to 20 million crimes committed in the US for the year. By historical trend, that number would have increased for 2007. It’s also reasonable to assume that arrest numbers are not any less alarming, give and take those crimes for which arrests were not made and those arrests which didn’t lead to any incrimination.
A simple Police Records Check can go a long way in having that peace of mind about people and there is a number of ways to do it. These days, you don’t even have to go to the Police to conduct Public Police Record Check. They are generally retrievable at State Repositories or Statistics Departments also and can even be purchased from commercial information brokers.