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Pennsylvania is one of that states that provides public access to some court information such as criminal and some civil data. Pennsylvania criminal records can be obtained by using fingerprints or names and are useful for businesses who go for the security of their organization or by the ordinary citizens who want to know if a person in his or her life is telling the truth about the past. The central repository of Pennsylvania arrest records is the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) and you can request a copy of a record by mail by obtaining a request form, filling it out and sending it to:
Pennsylvania State Police Central Repository – 164
1800 Elmerton Ave.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: (717) 425-5546
You’ll need to include a search fee of $10 for each name you want searched. If you are a third party who wants and needs to know if a person in your life is telling the truth, a background criminal search is one of the best ways to set your mind at ease. You can retrieve information about past trials and convictions of sex offenders and other perpetrators that might have committed fraud – or worse. You’ll need to know the name and birth date of the offender and if possible, other information such as gender, maiden name and other states where they may have lived.
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