Criminal Background Check Recommendations Offered by Docusearch Investigations

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Docusearch Investigations, a leading online investigative solution, offers recommendations for whether or not a client should choose a nationwide, statewide, or countywide criminal background check on a subject.

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When you need to find the most specific information available on an applicant, the countrywide criminal arrest record search is the most specific and up-to-date information available.

When looking to perform a criminal background search on an individual, people may ask themselves “which company should I choose,” “which level of criminal background search should I ask for?” Depending on the specific need, criminal record searches can access either a nationwide, statewide, countywide database to pull a subject’s information. Docusearch Investigations has released a handful of tips to help make the right decision when choosing a search through criminal report records.

According to Docusearch Investigations, state and nationwide criminal searches are fast and inexpensive options to cross searching various databases across the country. They offer a broad look into the criminal record databases in multiple jurisdictions in different states.

Keep in mind, however, that while these searches are fast and affordable, using them to determine whether the subject has a clean record isn’t advised. Docusearch advices that the client should always understand that just because a search doesn’t return any results, that there isn’t a possibility of an existing record. Some records may lack sufficient identifiers, which may require the submission of additional verification information.

When the client needs to find the most specific information available on an applicant, the countrywide criminal arrest record search is the most specific and up-to-date information available. While these searches are still less expensive than nationwide, database searches, they only search through a single county’s files and they take more time because it requires sending a person to the actual courthouse to acquire the information.

It’s important to determine whether the search should be a quick and less comprehensive, but covers all 50 states or if, for a little additional time, allow for the search to conduct a more specific and localized search to pull information that may not be available in state or nationwide searches.

Docusearch has been profiled by Forbes Magazine and featured in national television media including MSNBC, CNBC, A&E, and Dateline NBC. In addition to their Criminal Court Record search, Docusearch offers a variety of investigative searches and has been a premier provider for on-line investigative solutions since 1996.

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