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Police Records

Police Records

Police records are records of a person's arrest history, while the physical file of a potentially illegal incident is called a police report. Searching for police records online is the quickest way to access information on someone's outstanding warrants, arresting officer, arresting agency, mugshots, past prison records, charges, and much more.

Arrest Details

Arrest Details

Arrest doesn't imply conviction or guilt. Someone can be arrested and then proven un-guilty in a court of law. For individuals who have been arrested or booked at a county jail, you can instantly find out more information on their case, including arrest date, booking number, booked time, booking status, location, date of birth, race, sex, case number, charge details, charge status and bond amount.



Felonies are crimes that are punishable by more than one year in prison. They carry extremely serious charges, such as aggravated assault and/or battery, murder, manslaughter, animal cruelty, vehicular homicide, arson, tax evasion, child abuse, fraud, manufacturing and/or distributing drugs, grand theft, treason, sexual assault, possession of a gun without a license, kidnapping, perjury, check fraud, child pornography, extortion, obstruction, mail fraud, probation and/or parole violations, motor vehicle theft, carrying a concealed weapon, threatening an official, forgery and counterfeiting.



Misdemeanors are less serious than a felony, referring to crimes that punishable with less than one year jail time, for instance: receiving stolen property, simple assault, disorderly conduct, domestic abuse, petty theft, prostitution, public intoxication, shoplifting, burglary, restraining order violation, hiding a runaway, vandalism, making a false report, discharging a firearm within a city, trespassing, child endangerment, resisting arrest, conspiracy, embezzlement, criminal recklessness, and possession of some controlled substances.

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What Else You Can Find in a Police Report?

Driving Records

The driving criminal offences section will display the criminal traffic violation cases, including and not limited to driving under the influence (DUI/OUI/DWI arrests), speeding, reckless driving, hit and run, aggressive driving, citations, driving without insurance, and driving without a valid license.

Criminal Records

From arrest records, warrants, felony records, convictions, misdemeanors to police records and jail records, this report section covers information on a suspect and further details of the crimes they committed.

Common Questions About Police Records

How to Get Police Records?

You can retrieve a police report by contacting the local law enforcement agency in person or by filling an online form on their website. You’ll need to pay an administrative fee. Alternatively, you can try an online search tool offered by websites like or

How to Lookup Police Records?

Looking up for police records is very easy. You just need to enter the person’s first name, last name, state or city and hit Enter. After a short wait, a list of potential matching names shows up and you can select the person you’re searching for.

Where can I Get My Police Records?

You can get a copy of your police records by visiting the state police or the local police department and asking for a copy of your criminal record. It will include only local/state convictions or arrest records.

How to Check Police Records for Free?

Websites like Infotracer allow people to search for Police Records across all the United States at no cost. You can also visit the sheriff's office’swebsite, or, if your insurance company was involved, they could provide free copies.

Are Police Records Available to The Public?

Although the majority of police records are openly available for consultation under each state’s Public Records Act, if some files risk obstructing an investigation or could endanger someone’s life, they are placed under restricted access.

Can You Clear Your Police Record?

Depending on each state, technically, you can clear – at least to some extent – your police record by simply following some steps. Just contact your country court clerk, the nearest law enforcement agency or search their websites for more details.

What Police Records are Public Information?

Outstanding warrants, arrest records, arresting agency, arrest date arresting officer, mugshots, imprisonment history, and unexpunged criminal convictions are among the police records that represent public information.

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