To Review Database As Part Of "Nationwide Service" Initiative

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Company goal is to find data “holes” as part of mandate to provide comprehensive reports.

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The newest initiative is one phase in what the company is calling their 'nationwide service' mandate. is doing a complete review of their court records database to see where data may be missing, the company announced yesterday.

“Our database is only as accurate and up to date as the authorities that provide the information,” a spokesman said. “In the course of compiling reports for our clients, we sometimes see a pattern of outdated or missing information from a certain locality. That's what we're hoping to highlight with this review.”

The newest initiative is one phase in what the company is calling their “nationwide service” mandate, he said.

“We always strive to be the best in the business,” he said. “And one of the ways we can do that is to ensure that we can plug up the data 'holes' whenever we can, so that we have the most comprehensive reports online.”

Once the review is completed and towns and counties have been identified, the initiative will move into a second phase, he said.

“The first part is identifying where data may be missing,” he said. “Then we will contact the authorities in those areas to see if there is a way the data can be automated or otherwise uploaded so that we can have access to them. It's what makes the Freedom of Information Act such a powerful tool.”

About is the top online resource for accessing criminal and civil court records in the United States. With over thousands of records to search through, makes finding any legal record that has been filed with the court system simple and efficient. Visit today to chat with a live representative, call 1-855-701-4138, or email manager(at)CourtRecords(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.

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