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Louisiana Public Records
At the southeastern part of the U.S lies the 25th most populous state in the country – Louisiana, with a population of 4,681,666 residents as of 2016. The public records and vital records of the citizens of Louisiana have been recorded since 1914. There are older vital records from the years prior to 1914, with birth records from 1790, death records from 1870 and marriage records from 1804. Birth records older than 100 years are held by the Louisiana State Archives while the death and marriage records kept by the same office date back 50 years. Records registered after this period are kept by the Louisiana Department of Health, at the department of Vital Records Registry. Also, the administrative arm of the Louisiana Supreme Court – the Louisiana Judicial Administrator, decides which public records to release in accordance with the law.
Louisiana Crime Rate and Criminal Records
The crime rate in the state of Louisiana is 3,893 violent and property crimes committed per every 100,000 residents. The number of inmates in Louisiana's prisons and jails is 67,297, and there are 9 major correctional facilities across the state. The criminal records of offenders are held by the Louisiana State Police, Bureau of Identification and Information. Gaining access to these records involves receiving a signed permission from the person being questioned, with several exceptions in accordance to state laws.
As of 2016, the two largest cities in Louisiana are New Orleans and Baton Rouge with a population of 391,495 and 227,715 residents respectively. The median household income in New Orleans is $39,077 while in Baton Rouge the figure is $39,876. The largest industries in Louisiana are advanced manufacturing, agriculture, aerospace, energy, automotive, water management and software development that account for most of the state's revenue.