Get a Complete View of a Consumer

Experian Public Records is a data repository, consisting of over 600 million unique criminal records as well as an expanding number of civil case, bankruptcy, eviction, and professional license records. Experian Public Records receives data directly from more than 1,200 different government municipalities at the county, state and federal levels across the United States and aggregates it into an easily accessible format. Our national criminal coverage represents the largest electronically available criminal records source in the country.

Public record information helps our clients improve the view of a consumer and determine their trustworthiness. Criminal records are a crucial part in ensuring a safe and secure workplace and residence. Whether you are screening potential employees, future residents, or providing a safer environment for your customers, Experian Public Records can help you ensure a more complete picture of the consumer, reduce risk and maintain your regulatory compliance.

Extensive Coverage and Sources

Our national public record repository, covering over 90% of the U.S. population, will allow clients to have confidence that they are pulling from the largest originally sourced electronically available data in the nation. Sources include:

  • Department of Corrections
  • Arrest Records
  • Warrant Records
  • Administrative Office of the Courts
  • Patriot Act Records
  • Eviction Data
  • Sex Offender Records with images for all 50 states

Customizable to Your Specific Needs

Our comprehensive public record data is available through several low cost methods including bulk transmission or through our API for transactional index searching. The data can be sold as inclusive of all sources or limited to certain record types. The contract options are flexible to meet a client’s specific needs.

About Experian Public Records

Experian Public Records is an aggregator of electronically available public records data in the United States. Experian Public Records aggregates, repackages and distributes public record data obtained from more than 1,200 state and county sources. This public records data strengthens Experian’s consumer data assets in North America and is a further step in Experian’s strategy to extend its global lead in credit information and analytics.

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