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Humboldt County Background Check

The reason why background checks have gained in popularity over the recent years is because of the changing nature of the world. People nowadays desire to be more informed about the people around them, and there are few types of information searches as Humboldt County Background Check that could provide information that may be relevant to such a search. One must also note the type of people who would desire to conduct background checks and contrary to popular belief, it is not only law enforcement officials and business owners who benefit from background checks. Often, the most numerous type of people who wish to conduct background checks are parents who desire to know that their children are surrounded by the best people and would not be a danger to their children.

Background checks, contrary to popular belief, are also conducted using records and documents. It is true that some information could actually be obtained when one conducts an interview, but such researches are time consuming and may actually not be that helpful because there are still some information that could not be gleamed from such interviews. Instead, background checks conducting using official records and documents are preferred because they are more reliable and because the records that are to be used are considered to be included in the classification of non-vital public records, they are easy to locate and obtain.

Humboldt County Criminal Background Check

The foremost type of record that a person could depend on when one wishes to conduct a background check on a subject would be arrest records, court records, and prison records, although these are not the only type of records that could be used for background checks. These three types of records, however, are filed in separate offices, which may necessitate the searcher visiting each and every single office to get the files that he wanted. Fortunately, there is a central repository of documents in the form of the office of the recorder.

To obtain copies of records from the office of the recorder, the searcher has to follow a relatively simple, albeit rather tedious, procedure. The procedure starts with the searcher first showing up at the office of the recorder and asking the staff on duty for permission to look into the records. Due to the fact that these records are of public interest, permission is almost always given, and once it is given, what is left to do is to actually search for the record. Requesting for the assistance of a member of the staff is advisable but not really required. Once the record had been located, the searcher should take the same to the desk of the records keeper and ask for a copy of the same. A copy of a record costs one dollar per page, and the certification is two dollars per document.

A more efficient search could be conducted using the internet, though one would have to depend on sites that are not affiliated with the government because there is currently no government affiliated online database. There is no need to worry, though as there are a number of online databases that are not connected with the government that the user may use. These databases are easy to locate and even easier to use, and despite the fact that they provide the same information as the government offices, most of them do not charge anything for their use. Even more important, there is no need to fall in line or to actually leave the house in order to use these databases.

Given below is the procedure to request for non-vital public records at the office of the recorder

  • Head over to the office of the clerk-recorder and request permission to view the archives.
  • Once permission is given, you may want to request for the assistance of a member of the staff, but the same is not required.
  • Search the archives for the record that you wish to obtain.
  • Once you had located the record, bring it to the desk of the records keeper and request for a copy of the same.
  • The records keeper would give you a work order that you must fill up. Submit the same once it has been completed.
  • The records keeper would count the number of pages in the document and ask for the number of copies that you wish. The answer would be written in a work order form that you would be asked to bring to the cashier.
  • Pay the required fee in accordance with the schedule of fees of the office and in accordance with the number of papers and copies filled in the work order. You may also want to pay the certification fee at this stage.
  • Bring the receipt back to the records keeper, and claim your copy.
  • Should you wish to have the copies certified, pay the certification fee at the cashier and submit the documents for certification with the records keeper.

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