The Criminal SuperSearch produces a multi-state report of criminal records, which includes the District of Columbia. Each Criminal SuperSearch report may contain felony and misdemeanor records, sex-offender records, inmate records, and arrest information.
Single County Searches
Not conducting single county searches increases the chances of missing information on an applicant and exposes business and organizations to many types of risk that could be costly. Additionally, database searches do not contain all criminal record information for every individual across the country, and it is imperative to check each identified source to obtain a fully comprehensive picture of an applicant.
IntelliCorp’s background check process automatically incorporates all single county recommendations where a subject has lived (either within the last seven or ten years depending on your package), based on a Social Security number trace. As a result, should subject information be identified that is not covered in our database (Criminal Search) any single county recommendations will be completed. This helps to ensure we have the most recent information on the subject prior to sending a report back to you.
The report provides criminal records held at the county level. Reports generally include felony and/or misdemeanor records, and contain complete case information including defendant information (defendant name, DOB, and address); case information (case number, filed date, disposition, disposition date, and sentence); and criminal charge information (statute section, offense description, and charge disposition). The industry standard for a single county criminal record search is 7 years, but we go back at least 10 years where not restricted by FCRA regulations.
Sex Offender Registry
Product provides publicly available sex offender information from all states. It also includes information from the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico. Some states may also include violent offender information. Results will vary according to state.
Inmate and Criminal Records
Provides information from each state's Department of Corrections. Reports can disposition information on an individual's probation, parole and give active or inactive status within a state facility. Records include currently incarcerated and release inmates. Information in reports will vary depending on the state.
Consists of historical and current county arrest records for various counties. Available only in certain states. Note: You should not make hiring decisions based solely on arrest records.
Federal Criminal Records
The Federal Criminal Record provides a detailed report on criminal cases prosecuted at the federal district court level. Entering a middle initial is essential to processing this search correctly.
Alias Search (Former Last Name)
This option performs a validated Criminal SuperSearch on up to four additional names that you choose. Should you not see a former last name listed, you have the option to enter an additional surname to run a validated Criminal SuperSearch on the same individual.
Statewide Criminal Comprehensive Reports
Combines multiple sources of information in a single search. Report information may include, but is not limited to, court-level felony records, court-level misdemeanor records, traffic records, department of corrections data, and information from state sex-offender registries.
Statewide Criminal Search
Provides online access to public criminal records from each state. Search results generally include felony, misdemeanor, and/or traffic-case information. Each state's case information will also vary upon years of coverage.