Sumter County Arrest Records Search (South Carolina)

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Find Sumter County Arrest Records

Sumter County Arrest Records are public records that contain an individual's criminal history record which are available in Sumter County, South Carolina. They are maintained and available for public request from a number of government agencies, from Federal, South Carolina State, and Sumter County level law enforcement agencies, including the local Police Department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Sumter County Court. Arrest Records contain an individual's arrests, arrest searches, inquiries, warrants, reports, logs, and mug shots.

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Search Public Arrest Records in Sumter County, SC

Arrests for felonies, misdemeanors, and both criminal and civil charges are available Sumter County public record searches that are included in the Arrest Record. They may also contain pending Sumter County, SC warrants, fines, or monetary restitution for an arrest or conviction, and charges that have been dismissed or for which the individual was acquitted. If an arrest led to a conviction, the Sumter County Arrest Record may list the sentence, court records, court case information, and any incarceration. An Arrest Record will also show if an individual is on the South Carolina sex offender registry.

Where to get Sumter County Arrest Records

Arrest Records are part of a broader criminal record, which includes an individual's entire criminal history, including Sumter County, South Carolina arrests, charges, convictions, and incarcerations. These records are typically kept by the Sumter County Court, Sumter County Police Department, Sumter County Clerk's Office, and certain Federal Agencies.

Public Records Information

Sumter County Arrest Records contain personal and public information about the individual, including their full name, date of birth, and known aliases and are available as part of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The record also contains the individual's age at the time of the arrest. Many Sumter County Arrest Records include a photograph or mugshot, fingerprints, and a description of identifying marks or tattoos.

Sumter County, South Carolina Criminal Background Checks

Reviewing Arrest Records is an important part of performing a Sumter County background check. Most employers use background checks as part of their hiring process, and some are required by law to run a background check before hiring anyone, however these must be in compliance with the Credit Reporting Act as public records requests contain sensitive information. Landlords in Sumter County, South Carolina may also use Arrest Records to assess potential renters but must adhere to strict South Carolina information privacy laws. Arrest Records may also be used by credit and consumer reporting agencies, post-secondary schools, the military, South Carolina foster care services, firearms sellers, and SC driver's license offices to screen criminal history.