Arrest records kind of matter. They tell you why someone was arrested, where it happened, when it happened, the arresting officer, and loads of other information. If you suspect someone was arrested, then you may want to gain access to their arrest record. However, there’s a problem; people are rarely forthcoming about their arrests. Many would even be embarrassed or angry if you found their arrest record, and as such, you may want to search for it in a quiet, confidential fashion.
How can I find an arrest record secretly?
Your best bet is to make use of an online public records database. Through a service like SpyFly, you can uncover someone’s arrest record. You don’t even need a lot of information to do so. All SpyFly asks for is their full name, and the state you believe they were arrested in, and it’ll scan through over a billion records to provide you with relevant matches.
Now, if you’re searching for someone with a common name(i.e. John Smith), you may feel some trepidation over this. But fret not, SpyFly attaches a mugshot to any arrest record, allowing you to simply look at the results to determine if it’s the arrest record you’re looking for.
And for the “secret” part, www.spyfly.com is unmatched. Not only will you not have to interact with anyone who could tell the person you’re searching, but SpyFly doesn’t alert anyone that a search has been made. Even if they did, SpyFly won’t provide your personal information to anyone either, allowing you to search in confidence.
SpyFly is also accessible from your phone. This means you can investigate someone you’ve only just met. And, so long as you can keep your screen pointed away from them, you can investigate them right in front of them(though it may be a tad rude to look at your phone while you’re talking to them).
Now, it’s important to note that an arrest is not proof of guilt, but suspicion. Only a court of law can prove an individual guilty of a crime, and you should investigate their criminal record if you want to call them a criminal (don’t worry, SpyFly has criminal records too).
SpyFly provides consumers affordable, immediate access to public record information. Federal laws prohibit businesses from using SpyFly’s service to make decisions about employment, insurance, consumer credit, tenant screening, or for any other purpose subject to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 USC 1681 et seq.