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Inyo County Background Check

When one considers that people reside in neighborhoods with other people around them, people that they did not grow up with and people that are often strangers to them, one could also see the importance of background checks. Inyo County Background Check refers to the process of collecting and compiling information that tends to show the history of the person that is the subject of the background check. This is useful when one seeks to know not only where the subject was born or went to school, but also when the criminal history of the subject is of special concern to the person who made the background check in the first place, such as a parent who wishes to be assured that his or her children would be safe as they play outside or a business owner who wants assurances that the person that he is hiring would not fled with his entire business under his arms.

There are some private agencies that provide the service of background checks, but often, these agencies charge bills upwards of hundreds of dollars for their services. Fortunately, while media showcases background checks as being done by field agents who interview people; this method is actually unreliable given that not everything is known by people that would be interviewed. The more reliable method would be to depend on official documents and records, and the records that could be used for background checks are all classified as non-vital public records making them easy to obtain.

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Records that could be of assistance in conducting background checks include arrest records, court records, and prison records, and though these records are all filed and kept in separate offices, there is a central repository of the same in the form of the office of the recorder where all records filed within the boundaries of the county are kept in accordance with the law. Fortunately, obtaining them is easy, though one would have to follow a certain procedure.

To obtain copies of records from the office of the recorder, the searcher would first have to be physically present at the office and to make the request there himself. Note that because of the nature of thee documents, while they are being kept secured behind walls, the clerk could actually not refuse permission for anyone to look at them, unless the purpose of the searcher would be contrary to the duty of the recorder to keep the records safe. Once permission had been given, the searcher would have to manually search for the records, though he could ask for the assistance of a member of the staff. The difficulty of locating the records varies according to a number of factors, but once the copies had been located, the searcher may ask for a copy of the same, and after he had paid the required fee, the copy would be issued to him.

Records may also be searched for online using online databases. There is currently no government-affiliated online database that could be used, but non-government-affiliated database provide the same information as the government and are easier to locate and use. In addition, these online databases provide their information mostly for free. Some of these sites also advertise for actual background checks, though note that these services costs upwards of hundreds of dollars. Finally, because these searches are done over the net, there is no need for the user to fall in line, and rarely do they have to even leave their homes in order to conduct the search.

The given procedure is how to obtain copies of records at the office of the recorder

  • Visit the office of the recorder and ask for permission to view the archives from the records keeper. Note that your reason does not really matter, unless it is contrary to the safety of the records.
  • Once permission is given, you may search the archives at the records room. It may be to your advantage to ask for the assistance of a member of the staff when searching.
  • Once the record had been located, take the same to the desk of the records keeper and ask for a copy of the same.
  • The records keeper shall then determine the fee that you have to pay in accordance with the number of pages of the record and the number of copies that you wish. Note that you may also ask the records keeper to indicate the fee for certification if you wish to have your copied records certified.
  • Head over to the cashier and pay the required fee. You may also want to pay the certification fee at this stage.
  • Once paid, return to the records room and claim your copy.
  • Should you wish to have your copies certified, you must also have paid the certification fee. If you have not done so yet, request for certification.
  • The records keeper shall determine your certification fee and send you back to the cashier where you would have to pay the same.
  • Once paid, return to the records keeper and have your copies certified.

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