Nevada Criminal Records Search
Every county in Nevada compiles records for the general public, and this includes Nevada criminal records. The entire world can look up anyone’s criminal background if they choose, and it’s to keep the world safe. Sex offenders, those who have a history of assault, of carrying weapons, of stealing, or of doing anything illegal are not allowed to keep their information private. It’s public record, because what other people do in their lives greatly affects several things in other people’s lives.
Parents want to know they’re hiring babysitters and/or nannies with a clear criminal background. The person working with their kids can’t be a registered sex offender or someone who is known for stealing. Business owners don’t want to employ someone who might take their customer’s personal information and use it for their own gain, and no one wants to work with a murderer. If you need to find criminal background information on anyone who is living or working in Nevada, it’s far easier than you realize.
Public Nevada Criminal Records
Any police station in Nevada is going to keep the same information available. It’s easy to find this information when you visit any police station. Just ask for the criminal record of anyone you wish to check, and it’ll be provided to you based on what information the police station has on file. Typically, this is only information from within the state if that person was arrested or convicted in the state at any point in their life.The Nevada State Court also allows you to perform a background check on anyone. This requires a bit more information. This requires written authorization from the person whose background you’d like to check. Without this, you can’t find the information you want. This is the kind of information that’s found from across the country. It includes all arrests and convictions made across the country, and it even allows you to perform background checks using a person’s fingerprints.
There is a fee to perform an official criminal background check in Nevada, but it’s worthwhile for employers and those who are hiring anyone to work in their home or with their children. The fee in minimal and the information takes a bit longer to receive, but it’s the most in-depth and telling information about a person’s criminal history and personal life.