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Choose District of Columbia as the issue state. Then enter "DC" in the state field, right under the last residence or the last benefit field.
Browse the District of Columbia births, baptisms, or christenings, that were recorded from 1830 to 1955.
You can look through the CourtView public access database for superior civil cases from the District of Columbia. Find them by their name or their case number.
Look for the CourtView public access database to find superior criminal cases from the District of Columbia. Search by the name or the case number.
Provided by the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. You can register with the fee-based PACER system to find Federal civil and criminal court records. Look up by the case number, the partys name, the filing date, or the last update. It provides dockets or documents.
Provided by the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. You can register with a fee-based PACER system to look for Federal bankruptcy court records by the case number, their name, SSN/Tax ID, or the case type. It provides dockets or documents.
Provided by the Discrict of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department. Browse for crime maps that detail the type of crime, the location, the frequency, or the date of the occurrence.
Listen to news reports of crimes from the State of Washington, D.C. area. You can also just simply look for the area, the crime, the date, or the street. It will give you full text of the article.
This is where you get information from the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department, so you can order criminal histories or police clearances.
Browse for deaths or even burials that were recorded from the District of Columbia from 1830 to 1955.
Provided by the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department. You can look at the list of cold cases with information including a photo, the crime date, the crime location and other available details. You can obtain access to unsolved murders from 1951 to the present time.
You can obain access to the District of Columbia sex offender registry. It is provided by the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department.
Look through the list of missing children from the District of Columbia and look at information. Look at information including a photo, a name, the date of birth, the case number, a contact person and their phone number, the case type, a physical description, the date or city the child was missing from, and link to poster.
Search the District of Columbia's Metropolitan missing persons list. You can look at information including the name, the photo, their dae of birth, any contact person and phone number, the physical description, and the circumstances, or the date and the place of the disappearance.
Browse the voter registration records from the District of Columbia. Search by the name, the date of birth, or the zip code.
Look For the District of Columbia marriages, that were recorded from 1830 to 1921.
Provided by the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. You can register with a fee-based PACER system, and look for Federal, civil, or criminal court records. Search by the case number, the party name, the filing date, and the last update. It can also provide dockets or documents.
Browse the State of Washington D.C.; Recorder of Deeds database. You can easily look for recorded documents; such as the liens, the mortgages, the deeds, the judgments, and etc.. A registration with a Recorder of Deeds is also required for all basic searches. They require a subscription to access the document images.
Browse the District of Columbia sex offender registry. Search by their first and their last name, the city quadrant, PSA, or district. Then look by an alphabetical listing and look at information on State of Washington D.C. sex offenders. Including a name, a photo, their home and work addresses, and also their date of birth.
Browse the Public Access and Court Electronic Records by using a (PACER) fee-based database. Look for the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, by the case number, or keyword to look at the court's online case or docket information.
You can find access to information, and how to get birth or death certificates in Washington DC.
You can locate sex offenders from the District Of Columbia, from Washington DC.
Browse the VINElink website, and look for an inmate in the Washington District of Columbia, Department Of Corrections.
Find information about any inmate. See the DOC most wanted, and much much more.
Look at the FAQ's to learn how you can obtain the birth, death, divorce or marriage records, from Washington DC.
Provided by the District of Columbia Department of Corrections, you can locate information including the name, a photo, the age, a physical description, or the charges.
Provided by the Metropolitan Police Department. Search the photos of the most wanted criminals or look at information. It provides the name (when available), the physical description, or the offense.
Provided by bankbandits.org. You can look through the photos of bank robbers, crime information, or physical descriptions of many suspects.
Provided by the State of Washington, Division of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. You can look at the photos of the most wanted criminals, or look at information; such as the name, their year of birth, a physical description, their charges, and also their last known address or location.