American Information Research Services
American Information Research Services
American Information Research Services, Inc.
AmericanInformationResearchServices, Inc.

National Criminal Database Scan

American Information Research Services (AIRS) offers a powerful, multi-jurisdictional search of national and local databases compiled from multiple sources, and delivered at high speed to your system. AIRS utilizes multiple matching tools to uncover addresses, dates of birth, and all known aliases to maximize the accuracy of results.

Each Nationwide Criminal Database Scan Includes:

>  All 50 states plus Washington D.C.

>  Court records

>  Incarceration records

>  Felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions

>  Terrorist watchlist

>  Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC)

>  Traffic records/violations with the option to filter out

>  Sex offender registry in all 50 states + D.C., several territories, and Native American tribes.

>  Photos and physical descriptors, when available

>  Alias search featuring AIRS proprietary heuristic matching system

 

AIRS utilizes multiple matching tools to uncover addresses, dates of birth and all know aliases, including maiden names and nicknames.  This helps to overcome obstacles such as misspelling and punctuation errors, transposition errors and application fraud.  This also includes verification against the Social Security Administration Death Master File and confirms approximate state and year of the issuance of the applicants Social Security Number when possible.  The Alias Search provides best-in-class applicant matching for the AIRS National Criminal Database Scan.

Resources

NATIONWIDE EVICTION SEARCH

AIRS offers a Nationwide Eviction Search - Your best source for eviction information.

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XML/API DELIVERY FOR EVICTION DATA

Looking for one-off and name search service?  You can now access all of our data directly via our new XML/API products. Another great option for Eviction Information.

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Best Practices for Landlord/Plaintiffs in Civil and Housing Court Eviction Matters

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