No warranty of any type is provided as to the quality or accuracy of the information obtained from or through, and any reliance on that information is solely at your own risk and responsibility. Information contained herein is derived solely from public records, which may not be 100 percent accurate or complete. Users should not assume that this data provides a complete or accurate record of any person's criminal history. Users should consult state and federal laws before using this information in making decisions on hiring or firing of employees.

State laws prohibit the use of information obtained from these records to injure, harass, or commit a criminal act against persons named in the registry, their families, or employers.

Pacific Information Resources, Inc. dba Search Systems assumes no liability for any claims for damages arising from the use of this data beyond the actual cost of the searches performed.

IMPORTANT: The charge is for the right to search, not for the retrieved results. You will be charged for the search fee even if no records are found. For information on what is covered in each state, please see our "Search Systems Criminal Records Search Guide."

All information retrieved from or through must be utilized in accordance with the User Agreement and all applicable state and federal laws, including the Fair Credit Reporting Act; any violation of these will be grounds for immediate termination of your account without notice.

Notice to California Employers or Employers screening California residents:

California law requires the following notices when obtaining a pre-employment screening report. This report is only provided on the condition that an employer subject to California law agrees to abide by these conditions. Furthermore, by requesting a screening report, an employer certifies compliance with California Civil Code Section 1786.16.

  1. The report does not guarantee the accuracy or truthfulness of the information as to the subject of the investigation, but only that it is accurately copied from public records. Evidence of identity theft may or may not be identified from this report.
  2. The recipient of this report shall give a copy of this report to the subject of the report.
  3. Failure to provide a copy of the report as required by law may expose you to liability as specified in Section 1786.50. Section 1786.50 provides for fines and damages in the event that an employer by not complying with this section harms a consumer. Section 1786.16 refers to certain requirements already in existence, such as obtaining releases.