With more than one in four American adults possessing a criminal record, families looking to safeguard loved ones from potential criminals now offered a formidable tool; search feature accessible on-the-go and from any mobile device.
San Diego, California, October 24, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Search Quarry (SearchQuarry.com), a U.S.-based public records resource utility created to assist in locating public records information online, has launched its new Criminal Records Search tool to help keep individuals and their families safe from criminals. Located at https://www.searchquarry.com/namesearch/criminal-records-lookup.phtml, the SearchQuarry.com Criminal Records Search feature – accessible on-the-go and from any mobile device – allows visitors to find criminal records and information regarding arrests, warrants, felonies, misdemeanors, sentencing records, citations and more, in such categories as Federal, State and County Arrests; Federal, State and County Warrants; Reason for Arrest and/or Warrant; Violent Felony Crimes; Non-Violent Felony Crimes; Speeding Tickets and many others.
According to Search Quarry representatives, more than one in four American adults possess a criminal record, making the search tool a valuable resource for families looking to safeguard their loved ones from potential criminals they might interact with. While the federal government has kept its own set of records of individuals, such as federal criminal records, the local governments have also maintained local public records; now, when it comes to a criminal records search online, portals such as Search Quarry means open doors with regard to checking for criminals in one’s own neighborhood.
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“By 1967, the National Crime Information Center was established, and through it both local and federal law agencies had access to an individual’s criminal records – no matter where in the country they resided,” explains a Search Quarry representative. “Now, through services such as Search Quarry’s criminal records search tool, people can easily access, online or on the go from any mobile device, police records, public arrest records, criminal court records, prisoner information – everything about a person’s criminal history in minutes. Today, it’s so easy to obtain a criminal history report and do a criminal background check that there’s no excuse not to.”
To SearchQuarry representatives, there’s truth in the statement “the past has a way of coming back to haunt,” and this is especially true when it comes to a criminal records search online. Because criminal records can be pulled indefinitely, a criminal record for an adult never truly disappears, though, say experts from Search Quarry, some no longer hold old crimes against an individual.
“When someone commits a crime, he or she is arrested and/or charged,” adds the Search Quarry rep. “This crime goes through the court system, and the arrest, mug shot, sentencing protocol and overall court docket all become part of public record. Considering the frightening statistic that one in four American adults possess a criminal record, anyone who wants to view these records can check with a source like SearchQuarry to ensure his or her own safety, and the safety of their family. Sometimes, it’s the types of crimes that make the situation a bit more complex; depending on what crime was committed and what court handled the case, it may or may not show up on a generic police report.”
Through SearchQuarry’s membership area, individuals can obtain unlimited criminal records searches and reports, with the database providing a myriad of detailed and easy-to-access information concerning arrests, warrants and other criminal records. All criminal record searches on SearchQuarry are 100-percent anonymous, with data compiled from thousands of public records resources all over the U.S. that are frequently updated to reflect new information.
SearchQuarry can be reached by calling (800) 859-7375. For more information visit www.SearchQuarry.com.