You are responsible for determining the suitability of the information and your use of the information in this guide, and for compliance with NSCHC requirements (.200 - .207).
CNCS makes no express or implied warranty, no representation, nor assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, correctness, timeliness, or completeness of any information in, or available through, this guide.
Criminal Justice Information reports available to the public include: Information available to the subject of the record.
This report will include:•Criminal Identification Information Information available to an interested person.
There are published reports that offenders are sometimes subjected to protests and group actions designed to force them out of their jobs and homes.
CNCS provides this state by state guide for informational purposes only and makes reasonable efforts to ensure the quality of the information.
Reports released to an interested person include:•Correctional Treatment Information (if available)Information authorized by another state or federal statute.The Criminal Records and Identification Bureau will release all information authorized to be released pursuant to an authorized state or federal law.You must include a copy of the state or federal statute with the appropriately completed form or fingerprints with your request. Approximately three weeks Available from: Department of Public Safety What is released: Same as if you are conducting a name based search Cost: How long does it take to obtain results? NOTE: For state non-fingerprint-based information for other than the subject of record you must submit a form provided by the department.Links to non-CNCS websites are provided for informational purposes only.CNCS is not responsible for the content of non-CNCS websites.
In a blog that I posted on this website on June 5, 2008 entitled "Sex Offender Registration: Is It Punishment?