To review for accuracy and completeness, individuals in Ohio can request for a copy of their own Ohio criminal records from BCI. The Bureau of Criminal investigation or BCI maintains criminal records in the state of Ohio. Obtaining criminal records in Ohio is by no means difficult. A criminal record can provide you valuable insights about your own or another person?s past. Using a criminal record, you can make your workplace or neighborhood a safer place.
State and federal reporting limits are factors that may limit Ohio criminal history records. While most criminal records are automatically sealed, some of them require filing of a petition with the court. Drug related convictions are an example of the latter while the former includes dispositions in your favor and violations or traffic infractions. Generally, the public can access the following types of Ohio criminal records:
Every U.S state including Ohio has a sex offender registry that maintains a database of sex offenders. Generally, information about people convicted of or found guilty of attempting to commit or committing sexual offenses is included in sex offenses.
Past felony and misdemeanor conviction records are included in court records. The following information is what Ohio court records generally show:
In addition to the aforementioned criminal records, the Bureau of Criminal investigation (BCI) also provides police records, traffic citations and records of warrants. You can request the Ohio Bureau of Criminal investigation for Ohio criminal records by submitting the subject?s:
You need to send the aforementioned things to:
1560 State Route 56 SW
London, Ohio 43140
Apart from requesting the Ohio Bureau of Criminal investigation for Ohio criminal records, you can obtain the criminal records online through public databases. To obtain Ohio criminal records through the online public databases, you?ll need to pay a convenience fee in addition to the fee payable to the ?Treasurer of State of Ohio