California Crime Stats
California Criminal Records Statistics
Recorded crime total for 2006: 1,121,098
Number of crimes per capita: 3798.51
Most "dangerous" California city: Vernon
Crime Threat Level: 3
Other states with a crime threat level of 3:
Hawaii - Iowa - Montana - Nebraska - Pennsylvania - Utah - Wyoming
California Criminal Activity Breakdown
Property Crime: 560,528
California exceeds the national average in:
Robbery, Vehicle Theft
Free California Background Checks and Criminal Records
California's population is skyrocketing and sits at almost 30 million. If you need a criminal background check, you don't want to wait for overworked state agencies to do their job.
California reported 1.2 million crimes last year, with the city of Vernon ranking as the most dangerous place to live in.
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Tips on california Background Searches
Databases related to California criminal records are held by law enforcement agencies and it is possible to gain access to certain public records. Through specific websites you can request an individual criminal history report, a background check, or retrieve other data such as court records, prison records and other similar information.
Some individuals need to prove that they have not violated the law and need to request a California criminal records check as a prerequisite for certification or licensing and employment. In this case, an application must be filled out and digital fingerprints must be taken so the individual can be cleared. Detailed instructions are on the State of California Department of Justice website.
The State of California Department of Justice website also has detailed crime statistics on adult and juvenile crimes broken down by county and city as well as overall state statistics. There is also charted data available for juvenile and adult arrest rates, violent crimes, and property crimes.
The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) has four websites for different regions of California. Each one has photos and information on the most wanted criminals for violent crimes, crimes against children, fugitives, terrorism, criminal enterprise and missing persons. There are offices based in San Diego, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Los Angeles.