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Types Of Public Records That Are Accessible

6 TYPES OF PUBLIC RECORDS THAT ARE ACCESSIBLE THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA) GRANTS THE PUBLIC ACCESS TO CERTAIN RECORDS HELD BY FEDERAL AGENCIES. DEPENDING ON THE NATURE OF THE INFORMATION, THESE ARE MANAGED BY RESPECTIVE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES OR PUBLIC OFFICES. CENSUS INFORMATION Census data usually include household composition and family characteristics such as each member's name, age, sex, and marital status. It also contains economic measures like occupation and income, geographical information like place of birth and duration of residence, or details of the living quarters and related facilities. VITAL RECORDS Vital records include birth and death certificates, and marriage and divorce records. These documents are usually pre-requisite requirements in acquiring valid IDs, applying for licenses, filing legal documentation, and the similar. PROPERTY RECORDS Property tax, deeds, titles, as well as details about the structure, land, or site, are included in property records. These are useful to interested buyers or lessees, brokers, and financial institutions. ARRESTS Arrest records contain documentation about suspected criminal activity that didn't lead to a conviction. These records usually include current and recent arrests, litigation and hearings, warrants, fines, and mugshots. CONVICTED CRIMES RECORDS Included in these records are basic identifying information, distinguishing body markings, all owned properties and known relatives, convicted state and federal crimes, and prisoner's incarceration 222 identification number. This also includes those that are convicted of misdemeanors and felonies as well. TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS These records may include online remediation classes taken, speeding tickets, at-fault collisions, suspensions, and criminal driving while intoxicated. K Kiwi Searches KIWISEARCHES.COM

Types Of Public Records That Are Accessible

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The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) grants the public access to certain records held by federal agencies. Depending on the nature of the information, these are managed by respective government agenc...

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