There are many reasons for performing a background check on a person. Employers will run background checks to ensure they are hiring trusted staff members, while parents might choose to run background checks on potential nannies and babysitters to ensure the safety of their children. And with the current online dating trend, many daters are scanning the backgrounds of their dates before meeting them for the first time. Other people decide to run a background check on themselves to see if there are any irregularities or evidence of identity theft.
There are several resources available to help run a background check on yourself or another person, and it is easy to do and sometimes free of charge. Continue reading for advice on how to do a background check on yourself or someone else.
Background Check Websites
Background checks offer information about a person’s arrest, driving, criminal, marriage, and sometimes even credit history. The easiest and most popular method for doing background checks is using online services. There are many sources for background scanning services, including the city’s government webpage and background check company websites. Many are free of charge, but offer upgraded scans that will offer more background information about a person for a flat rate. Other online sources cost money because they perform detailed background scans and offer extensive information about a person’s history.
Simply type “free background check” into your browser’s search engine of choice, and peruse the results. Use a company or service that offers secure transactions and reliable information. To best gauge the integrity of background check websites, read customer reviews or look for professional associations and certifications. You may also use your city’s government webpage for background scanning and more.
For Indianapolis, go to http://www.indy.gov/Services/Pages/records.aspx or call the Indianapolis Police Department at 317-327-3153 for limited criminal history records and inquiries.
Additional Free Online Resources to Try:
National Center for State Courts
Local Court Website
Social Media Profiles
National Sex Offender Public Website
If your personal background scan displeases you because of past criminal mistakes, contact a licensed attorney to discuss your criminal expungement eligibility and perhaps seal your public records for good!
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