Launches Guide To Legitimate Ways To Use Arrest Record Information

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Will explain the legal, legitimate use of public arrest information to protect customers. is launching a guide to help explain the legitimate ways that people can use arrest information that turns up in a background check, the company said yesterday.

“All of the information we provide in our background check service is legal and legitimate for people to review,” a spokesman said. “But that doesn't mean there are not legal limits on what you can do with the information. We want to let people know the legitimate ways they can use the information so they don't make a mistake that could cause them to be arrested.”

The legitimate use guide will explain in detail what people need to avoid doing with public information if they don't want to violate the law, the spokesman said.

“For example, if you find out that someone in your neighborhood is a sex offender it is perfectly legitimate to call up your neighbors and tell them about it,” he said. “But it is not legal to put up a sign pointing at his house, telling people that a monster lives there. One use is legitimate, the other is illegal harassment. There are many of these types of examples of legitimate vs. non-legitimate usage of information.”

The legitimate use guide will be put up in the members' area of the site for existing customers to access free of charge, the spokesman said.

About is the top online resource for arrest records and mug shots in the United States. With over thousands of records to search through, makes finding any criminal record or mug shot simple. Visit today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-833-1163, or email Manager(at)MugShotsLookup (dot) com with any questions or concerns.

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