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Wisconsin Public Records
Wisconsin, located at the north-central, midwest and Great Lakes areas of the United States is home to 5,778,708 Americans, as of 2016. Uncertified copies of vital records in Wisconsin are public records, and are kept by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Vital Records Office. These records can be accessed only after filing a written request, or in person at the county office at the Register of Deeds. Historical vital records, including birth records, death records, marriage records and death records are found at the Wisconsin Historical Archives.
Wisconsin Crime Rate and Criminal Records
The crime rate in Wisconsin is 2,280 violent and property crimes committed per every 100,000 residents. The criminal population in Wisconsin is 33,913 inmates in both jails and prisons across the state. The state of Wisconsin operates 35 correctional institutions and correctional centers. Criminal public records are kept by Wisconsin's Department of Justice, and are available after filing the proper forms and paying the necessary fee.
As of 2016, the two major cities in Wisconsin are Milwaukee with a population of 595,047 residents, and Madison with a population of 252,551 residents. The median household income in Milwaukee is $37,495, and in Madison, the median household income is $54,896. The state of Wisconsin's economy is number 21 in all the United States, and the industries pushing the state forward are agriculture, manufacturing, health care, production of dairy goods and also the manufacturing of wood products.