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Check Sex Offender Registry by Contacting:

Georgia Bureau of Investigations
GCIC - Sexual Offender Registry
PO Box 370808
Decatur, GA   30037

p (404) 244-2600     f (404) 270-8452
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Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Attn: GCIC
PO Box 370748
Decatur, GA   30037-0748

p (404) 244-2639     f (404) 270-8529
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Check Incarceration Records by Contacting:

Georgia Department of Corrections
Inmate Records Office - 6th Fl, East Tower
2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, S.E.
Atlanta, GA   30334-4900

p (404) 656-4569     f (404) 463-6232
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Georgia Crime Stats

Georgia Criminal Records Statistics

Georgia Criminal Records Statistics

Recorded crime total for 2006: 160,182

Number of crimes per capita: 6573.92

Most "dangerous" Georgia city: Morrow

Crime Threat Level: 7


Other states with a crime threat level of 7:
Arizona - Illinois - Maryland - Michigan - Missouri - Nevada - South Carolina

Georgia Criminal Activity Breakdown

Georgia Criminal Activity Breakdown

Murders: 241
Rapes: 772
Robberies: 7,603
Assaults: 10,532
Property Crime: 94,583


Georgia exceeds the national average in:
Murder, Robbery, Assult, Burglary, Theft, Vehicle Theft


Free Georgia Background Checks and Criminal Records

The state of Georgia and the city of Atlanta especially have experienced a population boom that's second to none. However, the criminal element has outpaced growth to a significant level. With over 106,000 crimes reported in 2006, including over 10,000 assaults, you need criminal background check information sooner rather than later.

That's why more and more people are turning to Free Background Checks USA. Simply fill out the provided fields, and we'll start processing your requests right away.

On the other hand, you could contact the following state departments one by one, including the Georgia Bureau of Investigations GCIC - Sexual Offender Registry, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for criminal records and the Georgia Department of Corrections Inmate Records Office for incarceration records.

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Tips on georgia Background Searches

Accessing Georgia criminal records does not have to be frustrating. Many times you find yourself searching for hours online trying to find the information that you need but this does not have to be the way things are.

There are various sites online that will offer Georgia criminal records for a minimal fee. They take care of all of the searching and can save you hours of time that you would have wasted otherwise.

If you decide that you want to do the searching on your own you should check a couple of official sites for Georgia. These sites are the Georgia Department Of Public Safety as well as the Georgia Department of Corrections website. I have found them a little difficult to navigate but they do offer some valuable information.

There are many different reasons that people may be looking for these records. One of the most common reasons is because you may want to check your own record to see if there is anything that would prevent you from getting a job. Knowing what you are up against when you go to a job is very important and can mean the difference of getting the job or not.