A single county search looks for records held solely at the county level. Not conducting single county searches increases the chances of missing information on an applicant and exposes businesses 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 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 throughout their address history, 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 SuperSearch) any single county recommendations will be completed. This helps to ensure we have the most recent and accurate 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 all case information that is available, 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, although older information may be returned if available from the record source.