The Arrest Records registry covers police reports and arrests in Dayton. This includes dates, names and identifying aspects of arrested people, information on wanted individuals, the severity of their charges, and sentences if such were applicable.
Dayton criminal court decisions, results, and liens are found in the Court Records section. Information about bankruptcies, legal judgements, contract disputes, small claims court decisions, foreclosures and eviction notices may be found in this section, where it is available for study and procurement
Public records held by the government of Dayton are considered open to its citizens, and may found in the Public Records section. This includes local property ownership, information on a citizen's birth, marriages and death records, as well as any Dayton archives relating to an individual or their family.
You can get records concerning court dates, divorce proceedings, the participation in those proceedings, those working in the proceedings, settlements and outcomes in the Divorce Records Section. These records have been accumulated going back as far a 30 years, and remain available for research and procurement in this particular section.
Records involving infractions, misdemeanors, and felonies involving traffic violations are available in the Driving Records section. Any incidents involving drivers are described here, including drivers that operate while intoxicated, commited vehicular manslaughter and other more serious crimes, and drivers that have commited more minor offences. Both new and repeat offenses are available.
The People Search enables an individual to find and locate people based on info such as their full name, actual or email address, telephone number, family members or house mates. Once located, additional proprietary facts are provided on the target individual.
Our comprehensive public records database includes over 2 billion records and covers over 95% of the U.S. population. These records are collected from both public and private sources across the nation.