Beyond that, it gives people a sense of just how serious the original charges actually were. While someone might be willing to date someone who paid a fine on a minor charge, they will feel differently if the person spent five years in prison.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Police.us.org is expanding their public records reports to provide customers with more criminal background information on the people they search on their site, the company said yesterday.
“Up until now we've just provided people with basic arrest reports,” a Police.us.org spokesman said. “But our customers have told us that they want more than that. Since they want the information, we feel that it is in everyone's best interest to provide them with it.”
The new Police.us.org reports will contain additional information including convictions, sentencing and information about active warrants.
“People want to know not only if someone was arrested, but if they were found guilty as well,” the Police.us.org spokesman said. “Remember, everyone in America is innocent until proven guilty.”
The jail records are also important, the Police.us.org spokesman said.
“Going to jail can change a person's basic character,” he said. “Beyond that, it gives people a sense of just how serious the original charges actually were. While someone might be willing to date someone who paid a fine on a minor charge, they will feel differently if the person spent five years in prison.”
People are also interested in the outstanding warrants in order to protect themselves, the Police.us.org spokesman said.
“If you are at someone's house when the police come to serve an active warrant, you might get arrested as well,” he said. “We want to protect our customers from that situation.”
Police.us.org provides consumers with access to police reports and warrant searches across North America. With an extensive database of public records, consumers are able to look up the criminal history, police convictions, sex offender status and more, with just a simple search. Visit Police.us.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-851-0959, or email Manager(at)Police(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.