A criminal record can give you a detailed crime history of a person's criminal past as it is recorded by the F.B.I as well as local law enforcement agencies in each of the 50 US states. All criminal records include information about criminal offenses that were not expunged, including traffic violations, convictions, charges that were dismissed, charges that are pending and also charges that resulted in acquittal.
GoLookUp provides you with crime stats and facts about all the 50 states as well as the criminal records of individuals that you need to know more about. The records are made available after they become public records, and with unlimited access to such records, you can find criminal records under the name of any person of interest in your life.
Crime Stats in the US – An Ever-Changing Dynamic
Since the recording of crime in the US began, it allowed authorities to see the shifting dynamic of crime rates in the country and in each individual state. According to a 2017 F.B.I. report, overall crime in the US has been on the rise for two consecutive years in 2015-2016.
In 2016 alone, the murder rate went up by 8.6% compared to 2015. That number is even bhigher when looking at the homicide rate in the largest cities in the country, which has gone up by 20.3% in 2016 compared to 2015.
As far as sexual assaults go, every 98 seconds a person in the United States is sexually assaulted – which adds up to 570 victims per day. In 2016, the rape rate in the country was 29.6 rapes per every 100,000 residents. When taking into account that many rape victims do not report about their ordeal, the rate is estimated to be a lot higher.
According to the FBI, violent crime rates were also on the rise in 2016 compared to 2015, with an increase of 4.1%, which added up to 1,248,185 violent crimes that were committed in the country in 2016 alone.
The number of property crimes in the US in 2016 was 6 times higher that the violent crimes, with 7,919,035 violent crimes committed in that year.
Sex Offender in the United States
As of 2018, there are nearly 800,000 registered sex offenders in the United States, and they are obligated to notify authorities of any changes they make in their residence. That means that the location of sex offenders in the country is updated at any given moment.
GoLookUp's unlimited access to criminal records allows you to know exactly who the sex offenders in your area are. With the sex offender search on the website, which combines census data with sex offenders' criminal records, you can find all the sex offenders living in your area based solely on a zip code.
The sex offender report includes all the names of the sex offenders in the zip code in question, their mugshots, the offenses they committed, their address and even their distance from your whereabouts.
Criminal Information in Public Records
The criminal records and background found in public records contain valuable information, such as:
- Arrest records
- Sexual offenses
- Contact information
- Changes in residence
- Social media information
- Criminal records – including misdemeanors, felonies, traffic violations and offenses, court data, mugshots, sexual offenses and much, much more.
What Are the Chances of Falling Victim to a Crime?
The growing crime rate in the US makes people over the age of 12 highly likely to fall victim to various types of crimes. Many of the people who commit offenses have prior criminal records and arrest records, and that is why a background check and a criminal records check can be helpful in preventing crimes. With a thorough and quick search of public records, GoLookUp will provide with a detailed crime history of almost any person in the US and help you avoid harm and injury that could be inflicted on you or the people close to you.