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Trinity County Background Check

As the world grows even more connected through the use of various new technologies, people are realizing more and more that there are dangers lurking. Parents are afraid that the person on the other side of the terminal that their children are chatting with is not really the eighteen year old that he is pretending to be and is actually a convicted offender. Business owners are afraid that the employee that they had just hired would turn out to be someone who would plant a bomb in a truck before leaving said truck at some conspicuous target. Trinity County Background Checks provide some semblance of security for these people who want to know as much as they could about the people around them.

Nowadays, background checks are no longer conducted by specialized agencies that send men in dark suits up and down the neighborhood in order to interview the people who live around the subject of the search. Not only is this method inefficient, this method is very, very, obvious. Background checks are now conducted inside offices and archives through the use of public records. These records are supposed to be available to the public at all times, and are not only afforded great respect when it comes to their authenticity, but are also accepted to contain information that is the truth.

Trinity County Criminal Background Check

There are also many types of background checks that could be conducted, but the more often conducted type is criminal background checks. Such a background check depends upon three types of public records, and these records are known as arrest records, court records, and prison records. Collectively, and because of their purpose, they are known as criminal records. Note, however, that these records are not the only records that could be used, as any public record is liable to contain some information that could be placed in the report, the information being critical.

Copies of public records are located all over the map, but there are a few locations where copies of all records that could be used could be found, and for criminal background checks, one of the places where such a collection could be found is the superior court, for criminal records are of special importance to the superior court. The information contained within such reports is typically taken into consideration when an offender is sentenced. To request for copies of records at the superior court, a searcher must follow a certain set of procedure that, while long, is actually relatively simple. The procedure starts with the searcher first heading to the records division of the superior court. There are a number of computer terminals in this office, and each terminal contains a database of all the records within the superior court. This would be the search tool that the searcher should use, through a blank request form that the user must fill up. If there are records, the database should display the location of the record, and the searcher should note the same, writing it in a piece of paper provided for, and submitting said paper to a member of the staff behind a counter. Said member of the staff would then produce the record, and only then could the searcher request for a copy of the same. Note that copies cost one dollar per page.

A search for public records necessary for criminal background checks could be conducted from the home of the searcher, but to do so, said searcher would have to use online databases that are not affiliated with the government. Despite this non-affiliation, however, most of these databases provide the same information as the government departments and offices, only, they do so in a faster and more efficient manner that require no lines. Some of these websites actually provide their services for free.

The procedure below relates to requesting for copies of records from the superior court records division

  • Head over to the superior court and their records division.
  • Locate a free computer terminal that you could use.
  • Once you have a terminal, select ‘search records’ at the screen using the mouse.
  • After clicking the same, a blank form should appear before you, fill up this form as best as you can. The questions include the name of the subject, the type of record, and the date where such record was most probably filed or made.
  • If there are records, the database should return a search result listing all possible hits. Select the one you want and click on it.
  • After a summary of the records that you had clicked on, there should be an alpha-numeric combination at the bottom of the page. Note this combination. It may be easier to write the same on a piece of paper provided for beside the terminal.
  • Head over to the counter where members of the staff are and either submit the paper where you had written the combination or inform them of the combination. They would most likely write it on paper.
  • The staff member would then excuse himself to locate the records that you had requested for.
  • Once the records are in your hands, request that copies of the same be made for you.
  • You would be directed to the cashier where you would have to pay the required fee.
  • Return to the records division and present the receipt as proof of payment before claiming your copy of the records.

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