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About Ohio Criminal Records

Think you don’t know any criminals in Ohio? Think again. Whether it’s the quiet neighbor down the block or your kids’ Sunday School teacher, you may be surprised who has a criminal history. In Ohio, criminal records are made public and are searchable by anyone with an internet connection. As a person commits more crimes, his or her record is extended; some people naturally have longer “rap sheets” than others. Criminal records contain all kinds of information that you may find useful, including outstanding warrants issued, last known address, and the nature of the original charges. No matter what you hope to find out in OH, criminal records searches are simple and easy.

Say you’ve got a coworker who you think may be hiding something, or maybe you’ve started dating someone you know has a history. A criminal records search can be performed in a matter of minutes and you can rest assured the information you find there will be accurate and up-to-date. Ohio makes these records available specifically so people can keep themselves and their families safe from criminals no matter how far they live from the Stewart Courthouse in Cincinnati or the Seiberling Federal Building in Akron. Whatever you want to know about someone you have contact with, a criminal record may have the answers. Now that Ohio’s made all of its criminal records available to the public it’s possible to look into a person’s background without them ever even knowing about it in the first place!