National Wants and Warrants Advantage
|PROTECT YOUR ORGANIZATION FROM TERRORISTS AND FUGITIVES|
|FUGITIVEalert provides enhanced criminal
screening and reduces the likelihood of accepting known terrorists and
fugitives into your organizations. FUGITIVEalert helps you meet
terrorist–checking obligations required under the United States Patriot Act.
With FUGITIVEalert, a search can be conducted on each applicant as part of
our screening services.
The Report identifies terrorists and fugitives by searching data from numerous agencies, including the following:
The following table of information is for comparison
purposes only !!
We do not obtain information directly or indirectly from the NCIC database.
All warrants are obtained from publicly available sources.
|State||* NCIC - Wanted Persons||InfoCheck Warrant Database|
|District of Columbia||3,046||36|
|Total Record Count:||1,229,580||2,948,500|
|* NCIC Wanted Person Statistics are based on record counts as of January, 2006. Current record counts may differ.|
|The National Warrants database contains information from a variety of
sources. Warrants from International sources are included such as Interpol,
the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and many other international sources.
Inside the United States the database contains warrants from Federal sources
such as The Drug Enforcement Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United
States Marshall Service, and many others. On the State level the database
contains records from a variety of state agencies such as Departments of
Correction, Probation and Parole Boards, Attorney Generals, State level law
enforcement departments. On the county level the database contains warrants
from municipal courts, district courts, justices of the peace as well as
county sheriffs, district attorneys and more. On the city level the database
contains warrants from city police departments, city courts and more.
The types of warrants in the database range from misdemeanor warrants for bad checks, traffic violations, failures to appear, unpaid fines, felony warrants for parole or probation violations, robbery, rape, forgery, kidnapping or murder.
Although the database does have warrant records in all 50 states it is not a complete record of all warrants nationwide. We have attempted to provide current and accurate information, but incorrect information may appear. This information is not to be used as a confirmation or probable cause that any warrant is active. Information contained herein should not be relied upon for any type of legal action. We cannot represent that this information is current, active or complete. You should verify that a warrant is active with the reporting agency. Additionally, persons appearing on the warrant database may be already in the custody of a law enforcement agency.
Wanted persons may use false identification, which could cause the warrant to contain a name, date of birth, or other information not belonging to the subject of the warrant. Such false information may or may not be designated as an alias on the warrant.
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