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Minnesota Criminal Records
Have you ever wondered what was on your criminal or arrest record in Minnesota? For some people, a records search may reveal some surprising details. In fact, there may be things on your record that could hurt your chances of getting a good job in the future. You may visit the official state source for records or contact a trusted records service. Here are some good things to know about the process.

Defining Criminal Records

What is a criminal record? If you ever went to court on charges or were arrested, there is a record of this matter on file with the state of Michigan. The records could contain details like:
  • Warrants
  • Dismissed charges
  • Cleared charges
  • Past arrests
  • Pending charges
For example, if you were brought up on domestic violence charges, there is a record of this even if you were cleared or eventually found to be innocent. Records may also include incidents like traffic violations and DUI arrests.

What Kind of Minnesota Arrest Records Can I Request?

When you want Minnesota criminal record details you can visit the website of the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's Public CCH. The CCH site is operated by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the Minnesota Department of Public Safety as a free service to residents.
When you receive a criminal conviction, it becomes public information for fifteen years after the sentence is completed. This public info can include:
  • Your offenses
  • Court info
  • Conviction dates
  • Sentence details
  • Custody actions
Not everything is included in the public information. Here are some things you cannot view:
  • Juvenile criminal records
  • Records from other states
  • Federal records (you'll need to contact the FBI)
  • Convictions older than fifteen years after sentence completion
  • Private information (can be received by mail or visiting the BCA Office)
Besides visiting the website, you can go to the BCA (Bureau of Criminal Apprehension’s) Office in St Paul, MN and view records in person. There is no charge for the service. For additional details call 1-651-793-2400.

Minnesota CCH

The CCH is the Computerized Criminal History system. That's where all the information on felony and major misdemeanor records are kept. The criminal justice system uses this data for court matters like probation, plea bargains, convictions, etc. The info is available for mandatory background checks and those conducting legal research. To conduct an offender search at the CCH website, click this link.

Correcting Your Minnesota Criminal Records

If you wish to correct incomplete or inaccurate data, you need to fill out and sign the official form for "Request for Review of Individual's Criminal History Record Information." If the record is found the BCA will flag, review, and give you a decision within 30 days. If errors are found they will be corrected.

Why Check Records?

Do you plan on applying for a job or want to be bonded? Perhaps you want to buy a firearm or are thinking of adoption. You should make sure that your Minnesota criminal records are accurate and it's not that hard to do.
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