Shasta County, California Criminal Records
Any company looking to hire an individual for some type of employment or other important position of trust will conduct a background check on them using public records. Using the information they obtain from the background check, they will then determined whether job applicant is someone of high public and private character, and worthy of employment in their organization. Depending on how important the position is, the background check for it may be cursory, or extensive. A cursory background check might only search for felony convictions, while an extensive check might include employment history, credit history, past residences, and even personal references. One thing that a company cannot afford to do is include a convicted felon or sex offender in their ranks, so they will always perform at least a basic background check on any and all of their job applicants.
At some point during an all-encompassing, systematic background check of a county individual, you will need to check to see if they have any criminal records on file with the local superior court. If you are an individual who needs to petition the Shasta County Superior Court for court records, you can do so at the following location: Burney Branch Court, 20509 Shasta Street, Burney, California 96013. The telephone number to the Burney Courthouse is 530-335-3571, and the fax number is 530-225-5684. You can also send the court an e-mail at this address: Criminal@shastacourts.com. The Shasta Superior Court also has a website that contains important county court information, and is located at this link: http://www.shastacourts.com/menu.php?page=home.
Criminal records on file with the local sheriff’s office fall under the category of public records, so you should have no problem accessing them if needed for a background check. If you require information from the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, visit them at this address: 1525 Court St, Redding, California 96001. For telephone inquiries call the sheriff at 530-245-6165, or e-mail the sheriff here: email@example.com. There is additional valuable information on local offenders online at the sheriff’s webpage, which you can find at this link: http://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/sheriff_index.aspx.
You may need to learn whether a county citizen is an offender with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation as part of a background check. If it is at all possible they are a recent parolee, have an outstanding arrest warrant, or are named in a protection order, you can search the DOC’s offender database at this link: http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/Reports_Research/Inmate_Locator.html.
People living in California have the option of going through the California Department of Justice to request their own paid background check. This can be useful if there is erroneous or outdated information contained in the background check. Click the following link to read additional information: http://ag.ca.gov/fingerprints/security.php.
Some companies and organizations in California require local residents to go through the California DOJ for their fingerprint-based background check before they are granted certification. You can find information on this process at the following webpage: http://ag.ca.gov/fingerprints/.
If you need to ensure that an individual you have targeted in a background check is not a California sex offender, run their names through the Megan’s Law online registry located here: http://www.meganslaw.ca.gov/.