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Tennessee - How to Obtain Arrest Records
You may request to see the arrest record of any individual, but it may not be approved unless you receive consent from that individual. In many circumstances, government agencies can access your arrest record without seeking approval.
Your arrest records are available through your state or by using a private organization who will charge a fee for their work.
Non-government agencies may insist upon inspection of your arrest record for you to be able to complete their procedures and may form part of the application process.
The use of checking arrest records is useful for updating your knowledge about your neighbors, former classmates or those you meet on social media.

Inspecting the record

When individuals or government agencies check your arrest record, they will see your date of birth and address and any known aliases. They will have access to your fingerprints and photograph.
Where you are listed with an outstanding warrant, this will be visible along with any current pending charges. Where any charges have been dismissed, or you were acquitted, detailed information will be available.
Misdemeanors and felony convictions are listed in complete detail, and as you would expect, all information about any previous arrests and your full criminal record is available to be inspected.
Purchasing specific arrest records is easy from a wide range of non-government agencies using online services, with a fee payable.
You can purchase records from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Fingerprints are not required to apply, and a small fee is payable. You can make a request online or visit the office to complete an application form.
You can obtain your own record direct from the FBI, where your fingerprints will be required to complete the application.

Accessing records is available to who?

A check of your own records is allowed after you have proved your identity. Checking someone else’s detailed record is not possible unless they approve and provide permission.
Your record can be inspected by government agencies without your approval, specifically, when you wish to undertake military service, own firearms or consider naturalization or international travel.
A future employer may request to see your records and may need your permission to be able to check the data.
Should you choose to go to medical or law school, your records will be checked before you can be admitted.
You will require a lawyer to apply for Certificate of Actual Innocence where an arrest is shown on your record and the matter taken no further.
Some records can be expunged when you meet qualifying measures and will not be seen by a general check of your records.
Anyone can access sex crime history via the sex offender registry in your state.

Why you need to know the differences between arrest and background records

Understanding the differences between the different types of records will help you know whether to give permission to individuals or companies, where it is required.
Where your arrest record includes details about all arrests, convictions, and penalties, it also has information about your race, tattoos, hair and eye colors, height and weight.
A background check provides different information. An application will attach your current and previous addresses along with marital status, bankruptcy applications, and all your driving offenses.
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