Where state records are not court house equivalent, they are suitable for expanding the level of due diligence but not sufficient as a stand alone search.
Below is a list of state specific searches that employers can consider.
Offense description, county of conviction, file date, conviction date, case number and disposition are reported. Database of all 75 circuit courts, updated monthly.
Records available as far back as 1981, if requested.
Surcharges and special requirements are as noted but are subject to change without notice.
Please keep in mind that these searches are a supplemental tool to county court searches.
If the person is required to register as a sex offender (all levels - one through four).
You will not have access to: The same information that is available to law enforcement.
Some states require special forms or that forms be mailed. Where a database is not the functional equivalent of going to the courthouse, ESR will re-verify the information by a courthouse search.
Surcharges include both fees charged by some states and/or as special access costs.
The Alabama Administrative Office of the Courts provides statewide court data back to 1994 (earlier records may exist). Record information includes felony and misdemeanor offenses - identified separately.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) operates the Kansas Central Repository for CHRI.
Kansas CHRI consists of summary information about: Violations of Kansas law that are felonies or class A or class B misdemeanors.