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Washington Background Check
The state of Washington, located in the pacific northwestern part of the United States, is home to 7,405,743 residents as of 2017. The vital records in Washington, including birth records, death records, marriage records and divorce records are all public records, and are kept by the Center for Health Statistics in the Washington State Department of Health. Birth records and death records in the state date back to 1907, while marriage records and divorce records date back to 1968. Earlier birth records are found with the county auditor or at the local health jurisdiction, earlier death records are held by the Washington State Archives, earlier marriage records are at the county auditor, and earlier divorce records are held by the county clerks of court.
Washington Crime Records and Criminal Records
The total crime rate in the state of Washington, which includes violent and property crimes, is 3,748 crimes per every 100,000 residents. The number of operational prisons in Washington is 12 prisons that house 18,205 prisoners. Criminal records of offenders are kept by the Washington State Patrol, and the general public has access to criminal history record information (CHRI), conviction information only, information regarding registered sex/kidnapping offenders and arrests less than one year old with dispositions pending
As of 2017, the two largest cities in Washington are Seattle and Spokane with a population of 704,352 and 215,973 residents respectively. The median household income in Seattle is $80,349 while in Spokane the number reaches $42,386 per year. The major industries in the state of Washington are food manufacturing and agriculture, information and communications technology, aerospace, trade, life sciences and also forest products that contribute to most of the state's GSP.