Nevada Background & Public Records
Nevada Criminal Records & Free background check Nevada Guide
How to Locate Public Records in Nevada.
So where can one go to conduct a free background check in Nevada?
Local state and county public record directories are the answer. The big plus for using local data to do a background check is they are direct. The negative on the other hand would be that the information is state and/or agency based. This can be satisfactory for some (specially if were pretty sure the person never went out of state). So to help you look at a more thorough background check a nationwide data check should be done. And this can be conducted right here freepeoplescan.com with a basic scan almost instantaneously.
Nevada Regulations Relating to Public Record Information:
Various Record Types and Nevada Directories.
Nevada Public Records:
RECORDS REQUEST at http://rccd.nv.gov/FeesForms/Criminal/RecordsRequest/
The Records, Communications and Compliance Division does not maintain traffic accident reports or traffic citations - http://rccd.nv.gov/
Nevada Court Records: The Supreme Court of Nevada provides an electronic record of all cases filed in the court searchable by party name and case docket - https://nvcourts.gov/Supreme/How_Do_I/Find_a_Case/
Nevada Criminal and Arrest Records: Most publicly available information about inmates can be viewed via this site's Inmate Search - http://22.214.171.124/inmatesearch/form.php
Nevada Vital Records:
The Office of Vital Records is dedicated to ensuring the security and confidentiality of all birth and death records as required by state law - http://dpbh.nv.gov/Programs/BirthDeath/Birth_and_Death_Vital_Records_-_Home/
Marriage and divorce records are held at the county level. For certified copies of marriage certificates, you must write to the County Recorder in the county where the license was purchased - http://dpbh.nv.gov/Programs/Marriage/Marriage_and_Divorce_Records_-_Home/