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Statewide Criminal Search

Statewide Criminal Search

By utilizing the results of a criminal background check, you can evaluate the relevance of any records to the specific responsibilities, exposure to assets or customers, and other relevant criteria of the position. Tailoring the criminal history search in this manner not only helps minimize the potential for on-the-job incidents but also enables organizations to mitigate the risk of potential negligent hiring lawsuits.

According to the FBI,

Listing of State-Maintained Records

Several states maintain their own record systems, and updates are made exclusively at the state level. As a result, the FBI cannot modify its records directly but instead accesses authorized state systems to review specific records. The states responsible for maintaining their own criminal records include Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

States With Repository and Associated Pass Through Fee Copy
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For any inquiries regarding arrest information contained within records from these states, please contact the appropriate authorities.

*The states highlighted in bold orange are the ones served by Omnidelve Services while we can retrieve records from all states, this information is provided to show you the states we directly cover.

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