(PRWEB) March 08, 2013
Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces that the Busted! Mugshots arrest database has reached over 7 million records. BustedMugshots.com added over a million new records last month contributing to the new milestone. With 1-in-5 Americans having a criminal record, from DUIs to sexual and violent offenses, the Busted! Grid helps people stay aware and informed about what’s going on around them.
According to FBI Uniform Crime Reporting statistics, nearly 36,000 people arrested in the U.S. daily, and there is a growing desire for parents and other concerned citizens to learn more about, and in some cases keep track, of the people who they and their loved ones come in contact with. By using the B! Informed Advantage™ provided on the BustedGrid.com, users have unlimited access to arrest records in the Busted! Mugshots database. The website offers the capability to search for arrest records by name, state, county, arrest date, alleged charge and more. Subscribers can also set up address and name-based monitoring that will send email alerts when arrest information, crime incident and Registered Sex Offender activity becomes available for someone or place on their watch list.
“One of the main goals of the Busted! Grid is to begin changing attitudes about crime information and personal safety,” says Kyle Prall, founder of BustedMugshots.com and BustedGrid.com. “We believe people have the right to remain informed. We are proud to help people find the information they need to keep themselves and their family safe, and to make smarter choices and better decisions.”
Busted! Mugshots adds arrest details from police jurisdictions across the U.S with additional cities and states are added daily. To sign up for the arrest and location monitoring service or to find out more about the B! Informed Advantage™ resources visit http://www.BustedGrid.com.
About Busted! Grid
The Busted! Grid network is the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information that empowers citizens to be aware of criminal activity, be informed in their communities and be proactive in the ongoing fight against crime.