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Nationwide Criminal Database Record Search with Alias

This instant database search of offense records includes the collection of hundreds of millions of criminal records from 49 states and Washington, DC, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Areas searched include county courts, sex offender registries, State Administrative Offices of Courts, Department of Correction, traffic courts, Department of Public Safety, state record repositories, Probation Departments and national and international terrorism sources, America’s Most Wanted Fugitive List, DEA Diversion Control Program, European Union Terrorism Sanctions List, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) - Most Wanted, Interpol Most Wanted, Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) – Most Wanted Fugitives, P.R.I.O.R.S., MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base, United Nations Consolidated Sanctions List and many others.
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What It Provides

When used in conjunction with a comprehensive on-site county criminal search, a national criminal database search with alias broadens the search for criminal records to the national level, further supporting due diligence efforts and assisting landlords in making informed and confident rental decisions.

By searching offense records from around the country using an Applicant’s name and all known aliases, this search can uncover offenses in states and counties not identified in an Applicant’s 7-Year Address History Search or Credit History Report.

Further, when offense records are located through a national criminal database search, Mega Group audits and investigates the findings by conducting an on-site country criminal record search in the county where the record has been located, ensuring both accuracy and proper reporting.

While it does extend the geographical area being searched for potential criminal offenses to the national level, this search should not replace comprehensive, on-site county criminal searches conducted in counties of Applicant’s residence and employment, but rather should act as a supplement to them.