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Utah- How to Obtain Arrest Records
You will often need to give your consent for individuals and non-government agencies to inspect your arrest records. You cannot, however, refuse government agencies for inspecting your records.
Applying directly to your state or using a private organization and paying a higher fee will give you access to arrest records where you are authorized.
Should you wish to inspect an individual’s arrest record, you may need approval from the individual in most circumstances.
In modern times, some individuals wish to check the arrest record of a potential date, a childminder or their friends and neighbors.

What Can Be Seen on The Arrest Record?

Full information about any arrests and subsequent criminal charges will be included in your arrest record. Felony convictions and misdemeanors will be detailed.
Your personal data will include your address, date of birth and any known aliases. An inspection of the record will show your photograph and fingerprints.
Where you are in the process of any current pending charges or warrants, details will be listed. The record will also show any dismissed charges or where you have been acquitted in the past.
Purchasing arrest records is easy from a wide range of non-government agencies using online services, with a fee payable.
You can apply for your records or that of another person from the State Department, the Bureau of Criminal Identification.
By attending in person and paying a small fee, you can collect the record, having proven your identity with a government issued picture ID.
You can also order the arrest record by downloading a criminal history record application form and sending the fee to their office.

How can anyone access the records?

You can access your own records by proving who you are.
Security companies and government officials can access your records without your permission.
Where your permission is required, and you agree, your arrest records will be provided to potential employers and perhaps college and universities.
When your records are accessed, some arrests may be listed when you were released without charge. A lawyer will help you apply for Certificate of Actual Innocence so that you can prove the full set of circumstances.
You may be able to expunge some of your arrest records when certain qualifying provisions are met. This will remove that part of your record from non-government agencies. Government agencies that deal with military service checks and naturalization will have access to your full record.
Should you hold a record on the sex offender’s registry, you cannot refuse anyone access to inspect the record.
Why you need to know the difference between background and arrest records
When you are required to grant authorization for a record of your data, background information includes your marital status, driving offense information, any bankruptcy applications and your previous and current addresses.
Your arrest record is not the same. This includes arrest and criminal record information detailing convictions, penalties and any prison time served.
Personal details listing your item weight, eye and hair color, your race and any distinguishable tattoos may also be included.
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