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Over the past few years, background checks have become increasingly common as even the most ordinary of people sought information about the people around them. The goal of a background check is the creation of a report revealing some relevant pieces of information that the person who had commissioned the search could find some use for, and the information contained within such reports are generally information that the subject of the search would never reveal to anyone under normal circumstances. It is thus easy to see the reason why people resort to background checks such as Yolo County Background Check in everyday life. Information, after all, is now a critical piece in the decision making process, and background checks do provide that information.

Background checks nowadays are conducted through the use of public records. These records are not only available to the public at all times, but are generally respected when it comes to the authenticity of not only the record itself, but also of the contents of the same. This means that whatever is written on the record is generally accepted to be true unless there is compelling evidence to think otherwise. Past background checks rely more on interviews, but these are not only slow, they are often unreliable because the goal is to uncover information that would not normally be disclosed by the subject.

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The use of public records in background checks is facilitated through a number of government offices and departments. As for the type of public records that could be used, that would depend on the type of background check that is being conducted. For criminal background checks, the most helpful resource would be a collection of documents known as criminal records, and these are composed, generally, of three types of records which are arrest records, court records, and prison records. This does not mean, however, that only these records could be used, as practically every type of public record is liable to yield some sort of information when conducting background checks.

Public records are available from a number of sources, but the first location that a searcher should search from is the office of the recorder. To request for copies of public records from this office, the searcher would have to follow a long, but relatively simple procedure that begins with asking permission from the records keeper to view the archives. Permission must be given in person, thus, the requirement for the searcher to first appear at the office. Once permission is given, it becomes a matter of searching for the records and in this regard, the assistance of a member of the staff may be indispensible. Once the record had been located, the searcher could request for his copy, for one dollar per page of the record.

Of course, it may be simpler to just search for the record online using online databases, though note that such databases are not connected with the government. Still, these resources do provide the same information as the government departments and agencies, albeit in a faster and more efficient manner. Some of these resources actually do no charge anything for the use of their information, with some actually providing background reports already, though these typically cost upwards of hundreds of dollars and take time to complete.

The procedure given below is how to request for copies at the office of the recorder

  • Head over to the records division of the Office of the Recorder
  • Ask permission from the records keeper to view the archives. Note that permission is almost always given.
  • Request for the assistance of a member of the staff to help you in your search. Presumably, this would make the search faster.
  • Search the archives for the records.
  • Once you have located the records, bring them to the records keeper and request for copies of the same.
  • The records keeper shall then determine your required fee and direct you to the cashier to pay the same. Note that this includes the certification fee.
  • Return to the records division and claim your copies.

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