If you require a criminal record check in the State of Florida, we require the full name and date of birth of the party being searched. The search results are immediate. Florida State law does not require the consent of the party to perform these searches.
We provide criminal records in the State of Minnesota for a permissible purpose. Under Minnesota statute 13.87(f) a person who intends to accesses criminal records to obtain information regarding an applicant for employment, housing, or credit must disclose to the applicant the intention to do so.
We provide criminal records in the State of North Dakota for employment and licensing purposes only. We require the written consent of the party. If the written consent of the party is not included in the request, you must have their last known address. A copy of the record will be forwarded by the State of North Dakota, in the event that a signed consent is not provided. State law is required to advise the party that their record has been released.
We provide criminal record checks in the State of Colorado. We do not require the consent from the party we are searching. However, we will only search these records for employment and licensing purposes. The search results are immediate.
We are an approved service provider for criminal records in the State of Arkansas. We have been approved by the Arkansas State Police to provide these searches for employers and professional licensing boards. We do require the written consent of the party. We also require a copy of their valid driver’s license. Once we obtain the proper documentation, we will submit the search online and the results are immediate. The search report will contain any pending felony arrests and felony or misdemeanor convictions for the State of Arkansas. If the person is registered as a sex offender, it will contain all levels – one through four. We will maintain your information on file for a period of three years for audit purposes.