What information can be found on Misdemeanor public records?
WatchIllinois will search through thousands of Northern Illinois Misdemeanor public records to find matching records for your Watches. If you are trying to find information on a person or a phone number that you know, WatchIllinois may be able to locate that information in Misdemeanor public records. Watch Illinois will scan previously recorded Misdemeanor public records, as well as new Misdemeanor public records as they are added weekly.
Typical information that can be found on Misdemeanor public records includes: Name, address, offense date, type of crime, ethnicity, and more. Misdemeanor public records provide an excellent tool in helping locate people.
How far back do Watch Illinois Misdemeanor public records go?
The list below represents which Illinois counties Watch Illinois will check to find Misdemeanor public records, and also how far back the data goes.
- Cook Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 11/2/2007
- Dekalb Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 8/9/2005
- Dupage Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 1/2/2001
- Kane Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 5/16/2001
- Kendall Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 8/9/2005
- Lake Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 8/9/2005
- McHenry Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 1/17/2001
- Will Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 8/9/2005
- Winnebago Criminal Misdemeanor - Since 5/18/2007
Understanding a Misdemeanor Record:
- Input Date: This is the date the record was typed into Record Information Services' database. Not to be confused with the date of transaction, or date of record.
- Offense Date: The date the actual offense took place.
- Case Number: The number that references the case.
- Telephone: Usually available on around 40% of records. Scrubbed against the "Do-Not-Call List" bi-monthly.
- Do Not Call: If there is a phone number on the record, and the individual is on the Do Not Call List, then you will see a Y here for Yes.
- DNC Date: DNC is the National Do Not Call List. This is the date this phone number was last scrubbed against the Do-Not-Call List. We scrub our records twice monthly. You will only see a date here if there is a phone number on the record.
- Appearance Date: The date, if any, that the offender is scheduled to appear in court,
- Crime: The crime the offender is accused of committing. Does not mean that the offender has been convicted of this crime.
- Race: This is subjective in nature - does not appear on the actual record.
- District: This only affects Cook County.
- Census Age and Income: When selecting an income range, those numbers will reflect a median household income, not an average of the census tract area. The median age is identified by using the census block as a benchmark which does reflect a more accurate picture of a geographic area.
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