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Connecticut Criminal Records Search
Connecticut criminal records are available for anyone to view online, but they’re not always available for just anyone to obtain legal copies of. The state of Connecticut keeps these records on file for various reasons, and many people have the freedom to look them up. Potential employers can legally require anyone interested in a position with their company to fill out paperwork providing the employer with permission to perform a background check on them. This allows employers to see what kind of person they might hire to work within their company, it allows them to see if they’ve been charged with any crimes, convicted of any misdemeanors or felonies, or if they’ve been given a ticket they didn’t pay. It works for anyone who wants to hire a person, whether it’s a babysitter or a house cleaner or a bank teller.
Connecticut criminal records are available for viewing both online and in person, and these tips will help you learn how to find them when you need to see about someone and their potential criminal history. Online is the easiest way to find someone’s records, but it’s not always possible to find them if you’re not sure where to look in person. You do have options, and learning them makes this process much easier for you.
Connecticut Criminal Records Online
If you want to find criminal records for anyone who committed a crime in Connecticut, you’ll find them easily online. You must know the county in which the arrest was made or the conviction was handed down. If you know this as well as the name of the person who committed the crime, you’ll be able to look up the information by visiting the website of the local courthouse. These records are easily found on the public records search page of that website. You can also look up the information using the website of the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Library Services.
Connecticut Criminal Records In Person
If you’d like to search for criminal records in Connecticut, you can look in person. It’s easy to do if you have a photo identification of any type and you know where the arrest or conviction took place. Local police stations and courthouses keep this record type on hand at all times. Their records are for anyone to view with a simple request. Some might even allow those who come into the office to have copies of the forms if they are basic copies and nothing legal or certified.
Most courthouses and police stations require you have a form of photo identification on hand to look up records like this, but it’s very easy. If they are available, the court or police station will provide them to you right away. All you need is the name of the person in question. If you have specific dates about their arrest, that does make the situation much easier, too. All you need to do is ask, and the records are provided.
Last Updated: August 29, 2019
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