The reports will now include arrest and conviction reports that are in the public record. They will not include any sealed or juvenile records.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 27, 2014
WarrantCheck.com is starting an initiative to include more detailed information in their active arrest warrant background check reports, the company announced yesterday.
“When we launched, our initial goal was to let people find out if there were any active warrants against themselves or people they know,” a WarrantCheck.com spokesman said. “But we've gotten a lot of calls from customers who would like warrant statuses to be put into context. We decided that including the arrest records and criminal histories of the people they are looking up is a good way to do that.”
The requests for additional information have come from people who use WarrantCheck.com in order to look up people they have met through online dating sites before meeting the person for a first date, he said.
“The thing is, there can be very benign reasons for there to be an active warrant for someone,” he said. “A person could have a warrant out for their arrest if they forget to pay a parking ticket. This is where context comes in. If a user finds out that not only is there a warrant for a person's arrest, but that they have been arrested for or convicted of multiple violent felonies in the past, that is an even bigger red flag. This is the information that people want to know about.”
The reports will now include arrest and conviction reports that are in the public record, he said. They will not include any sealed or juvenile records.
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