Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
Police.us.org is rebuilding their database in order to add many additional records for their customers to review when they need them, the company announced yesterday.
“People come to us when they need to review important law enforcement records,” a Police.us.org spokesman said. “Our goal is to provide them with the most important records so they do not need to use any other source.”
The new records will include a variety of public records documents that were not available for review before, the Police.us.org spokesman said.
“We'll be adding divorce records because they can often contain information about domestic violence,” he said. “We'll also be including civil court records because they can include violations of the law that were never charged by the police. People have the right to review those types of records.”
The new records are being added gradually to the database, the Police.us.org spokesman explained.
“It takes a certain amount of time to upload new information to our database and servers,” he said. “We have to review all of the records as they come in to make sure they are both accurate and on the public record.”
Police.us.org will not be raising their prices to accommodate that cost of adding the new records, he said.
“The goal here isn't to make more money, it's to help people have new ways to protect themselves and their families,” he stated.
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.