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This Nationwide Federal Criminal searches crimes that will not be revealed by searching state or county records and are often the worst criminal offenders. Federal records are not made available to database providers and may not be reported in any other way than through a direct search of the federal court system, PACER. PACER is Public Access to Court Electronic Records, the government’s name-based national index for U.S. district and appellate court cases. We cross reference name matches in this index against the Federal Bureau of Prisons database to compare records of persons who have been in federal prison.
The Global Report or sometimes referred to as Global Watch involves accessing an extensive compilation of public government watch lists including OFAC, OIG, Exclusion Lists, and Most Wanted Lists. Sources are from over 75 global agencies and 70% of all included sources are updated weekly. Additional sanctions and watch lists are added as U.S. or foreign governments and international organizations release them.
Complete source list available upon request.
Also known as Nationwide Criminal, this is used as a supplemental search to the County Criminal searches as the information is required to be verified to confirm accuracy. This is a search of database that contains over 650 million records, 70% that are updated as frequently as weekly. Searches include Administrative Offices of the Court, Department of Corrections, County Arrest Records, Departments of Public Safety, Traffic Courts across the US, Washington DC, outlying territories and islands.
One Source provides a complete search of the Sex Offender Registries from all 50 states, Washington DC, outlying territories and islands, as well as over 40 tribal registries. This is a real-time search updated every 24 hours and does not rely on one national site. Name variation allows for a wider search range to provide a higher probability positive matches.
This is the only way to receive real time, original source records at the felony and misdemeanor level as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requires. We can search any of the 3,300+ counties and territories across the United States. The county criminal searches go back as far as the county allows unless there are state, client, court, vendor or legal restrictions. Seven years minimum is the industry standard. As several states make automated county searches available, which include all counties in the state, One Source desires to include that additional information for our clients. One Source will only utilize a statewide system if it consistently meets the exact same requirements that we utilize for a single county search. All counties in the state are required to use the system equally in terms of types of records recorded for a MINIMUM seven (7) years. One Source does not substitute database, state patrol or other types of record searches for Statewide Criminal. Statewide Criminal is ALWAYS county criminal from every county in the state.