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Nevada Background Check
Nevada, the state that lies in the Mountain West, Western and Southwestern areas in the U.S, is home to 2,940,058 residents. some vital records of the citizens of Nebraska, such as the birth records and death records, are held by the Office of Vital Statistics in the Nevada State Health Division. These records date back to 1911, and can only be accessed by family members, legal representatives and legal guardians of the person named on the certificate. Marriage records and divorce records are also not public records, and they are held by the county.
Nevada Crime Records and Criminal Records
The total crime rate in the state of Nevada, which includes violent and property crimes, is 3,364 crimes per every 100,000 residents. The number of operational prisons in Nevada is 10 prisons that house 12,944 inmates. The criminal records of offenders are held by the Nevada Department of Public Safety, records, communications and compliance division. Some criminal records are sealed, and others may be accessed after filing a request form and paying the appropriate fee.
As of 2016, the two largest cities in Nevada are Las Vegas and Henderson with a population of 632,912 residents and 292,969 residents respectively. The median household income in Las Vegas is $49,676 while in Henderson the number reaches $64,035 per year. The largest industry in Nevada is tourism joined with gaming and followed by manufacturing, logistics, aerospace and mining that make up for most of the state's income and revenue.