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Frequently Asked Questions

We hope that this FAQ page will help you to quickly find answers to your questions about If you still have questions, please feel free to ask on our Contact Us page.

Q How do I have my arrest information removed from
A: If you find your arrest information on our website, you can have it removed by clicking on the red "Unpublish Record" button at the bottom of your arrest detail page. You will need to provide your Date of Birth for verification. You may also provide your email address if you would like to receive a confirmation email that your information was removed from our website.
Q Why is Google still showing search results for my arrest information on even though it has been removed from your website?
A: Google caches their search results and they may take a few days to remove results for pages that have been removed from the Internet. You can speed up the process by requesting that Google remove the search result by visiting their "Remove Outdated Content" page.
Q How can I see more than 25 arrest results on
A: The more information you provide when you search, the more accurate your results will be. If you can, provide a First Name, Last Name, and City to narrow down your search results. To get even better control over your searches, please consider registering as a member of It's FREE, and you'll be able to include Middle Name, ZIP Code, and the Arresting Agency in your search criteria - further narrowing your results. In addition, you'll be able to save searches and receive email notifications when new results are found. Register now for FREE.

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Q Why are some arrest details, like hair color, 'Not Available'?
A: Not all arresting agencies provide the same level of detail. In addition, not all agencies use the same abbreviations and descriptions for physical characteristics, which may cause them to display inaccurately.
Q I run a Newspaper or News Website and would like to use's arrest information in our Crime/Arrest Log section. How can I integrate your data?
A: With our Syndicated Arrest Log service, we can provide you with a small piece of code to plug into your website. You can customize the area(s) of arrest, type(s) of crime, and demographics. You can also choose the fonts and colors to match your website's theme, and have results displayed as a text list, a map with markers, or both. Take a look at our arrest syndication log samples and let us know that you're interested.
Q Where can I find more information about California Law and Crime Codes?
A: provides short explanations of crime codes on our Crime Code Lookup page. However, you can find in-depth information on California Codes here:

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