Wyoming Criminal Records Search
The Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation maintains all Wyoming criminal records in its Computerized Criminal History (CCH) system. The Division of Criminal Investigation allows all Wyoming residents to obtain their criminal record and provide that record to any person they authorize. To make a request for Wyoming criminal records, you need to submit an applicant fingerprint card and pay the processing fee set by the DCI. Generally, the fee for obtaining a criminal record in Wyoming is $15. Also, in addition to the $15 processing fee, the DCI charges a $5 fee for fingerprinting.
Generally, Wyoming criminal records contain criminal arrests and conviction records including high misdemeanors and all reported felonies. In addition to the criminal history, the criminal record include the searched person’s name and known aliases, DOB, photograph, fingerprints and address. Unless it is expunged, any trackable offense arrest reported to the Division of Criminal Investigation remains on a criminal record of an individual. The Division of Criminal Investigation receives its information from a number of sources including local probation and parole agencies, state juvenile correction institutions, the department of corrections, district attorneys, court of limited jurisdiction, district courts and county and state law enforcement agencies. With a submission of an arrest fingerprint card (FPC), Wyoming criminal history records are created.
Third party requests for Wyoming Criminal record require the sign of the subject on the request form. As Wyoming criminal records are public records, they can be requested by individuals and distributed to anyone. You can request for Wyoming criminal records in person or by mail. If you choose to request by mail, you need to fill out and send the request form to:
Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation
208 S. College Dr
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Apart from the aforementioned ways, you can obtain Wyoming criminal records online through public databases. To avail this service, you’ll need to pay a convenience fee in addition to the costs mentioned above. The criminal records the public can access include police records, traffic citations, warrants, sex offenses and court records. Generally, the people that require a person’s criminal record include potential employers, landlords, business partners, and lenders. A person who doesn’t know you well can use your criminal record to get a sense of your character, past, and trustworthiness. Finally, since criminal records are public information, no justification is required to obtain them.