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Check Sex Offender Registry by Contacting:

State Police Headquarters
Special Investigations Unit-SOR
James H. Hayes Bldg, 33 Hazen Dr
Concord, NH   3305

p (603) 271-6344
Website

Check Criminal Records by Contacting:

State Police Headquarters
Criminal Records, James H. Hayes Bldg,
33 Hazen Dr
Concord, NH   3305

p (603) 271-2538     f (603) 271-2339
Website

Check Incarceration Records by Contacting:

New Hampshire Department of Corrections
Offender Records Office
PO Box 14
Concord, NH   3302

p (603) 271-1825     f (603) 271-1867
Website

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The Guide to New Hampshire Court Records
A complete guide to finding New Hampshire court records and extensive court directory. Follow these simple steps:
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  2. Select relevant county.
  3. Access digital court records (where available) or contact the court directly.

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New Hampshire Crime Stats

New Hampshire Criminal Records Statistics

New Hampshire Criminal Records Statistics

Recorded crime total for 2006: 22,502

Number of crimes per capita: 2168.55

Most "dangerous" New Hampshire city: Lincoln

Crime Threat Level: 1


Other states with a crime threat level of 1:
Connecticut - Maine - Massachusetts - New Jersey - Rhode Island - Vermont

New Hampshire Criminal Activity Breakdown

New Hampshire Criminal Activity Breakdown

Murders: 12
Rapes: 275
Robberies: 379
Assaults: 862
Property Crime: 16,113



Free New Hampshire Background Checks and Criminal Records

Like most New England states, the crime problem in New Hampshire is minor, but that doesn't mean there isn't a problem at all. For instance, in 2006, there were over 22,000 crimes reported, including over 800 assaults. Residents and business owners alike have the right to conduct background checks and now Free Background Checks USA can streamline that process significantly.

Free Background Checks USA is a brand new online supersite that is dedicated to helping people just like you access public information faster and easier. If you were to try to compile all of the information in a Free Background Checks USA report yourself, you would be at it for quite some time.

You would need to contact the State Police Headquarters Special Investigations Unit-SOR for sex offender information, the State Police Headquarters Criminal Records division for criminal records, and the New Hampshire Department of Corrections Offender Records Office for incarceration records, and that's just for starters. To get all of this and more, simply fill out the fields below to start the process.

Tips on newhampshire Background Searches

There is a plethora of information that can be obtained about a person. If you want to gain criminal information about someone that you don’t trust, or just general information about questionable people around you; utilizing resources to determine New Hampshire criminal records is a good method to gather information that you need. Whether you want to know whether or not your neighbor is a sex offender, or whether or not your sketchy boss has a hidden agenda, you can do so on your own account.

Have you ever had doubts about someone of authority? Just because someone has a high ranking does not mean that they are safe to trust. With the resources available to citizens, you can check up on just about anybody by searching for New Hampshire criminal records. If you have a job that doesn’t perform background checks, and you want to make sure that you are not working with a serial killer, it may be a good idea to perform a criminal records search. Taking a few minutes out of your schedule to perform simple searches may be just what you need to find out life changing information.

Submit requests to the New Hampshire Criminal Records Unit under the Division of State Police.