Delaware Crime Stats
Delaware Criminal Records Statistics
Recorded crime total for 2006: 13,044
Number of crimes per capita: 6145.79
Most "dangerous" Delaware city: Dewey Beach
Crime Threat Level: 8
Other states with a crime threat level of 8:
Florida - Louisiana - North Carolina - Tennessee
Delaware Criminal Activity Breakdown
Property Crime: 7,365
Delaware exceeds the national average in:
Murder, Rape, Robbery, Assult, Burglary, Theft, Vehicle Theft
Free Delaware Background Checks and Criminal Records
For most people, Delaware is a drive-through state on the way to sunnier points to the south. For residents, it is a crime ridden state that needs a faster system for processing criminal background checks.
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If you want to do it by hand, contact the Delaware State Police Sex Offender Central Registry for sex offender information, the Delaware State Police State Bureau of Identification for a criminal background checks, the Director of Central Offender Records for incarceration records and the Administrative Office of the Courts Supreme Court of Delaware for court records.
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Tips on delaware Background Searches
Delaware criminal records are available through the State Department of Delaware. By following the information on the State Department’s website, which will include an appointment with the State Bureau of Investigation, you can obtain a criminal history report on anyone in Delaware for a small fee. This may be necessary if you are looking to hire someone to work for you, but would like to conduct a background check first.
Several other types of Delaware criminal records that you may be seeking can be found online. Visit the Delaware Sex Offender Registry page on the State Department’s website for data on registered molesters, including photos and addresses.
The Delaware Department of Corrections provides information about inmates, including death row and escapees. Look to the Delaware Board of Parole for data on parolees. You can obtain information about wanted fugitives and even help catch criminals by submitting tips to Delaware’s Crime Stoppers program through the Delaware Criminal Justice Information System.
For up to date information on current criminal cases, check out the Delaware Attorney General’s site, where the Department of Justice is housed. You can also contact the Delaware State Police for public access to police reports and archived crime statistics.