District of Columbia Criminal History (District of Columbia)

District of Columbia Courts resolve legal disputes, including criminal misdemeanors and felonies in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. Courts operate at the Federal, District of Columbia State, or local District of Columbia level, and they maintain records for all of their criminal cases, which make up an individual's District of Columbia criminal history. These District of Columbia public criminal records include homicides, sexual assaults, DUIs, drug charges, property crimes, and more. Criminal records also list trials, convictions, and sentences, as well as any plea bargains or settlements. District of Columbia criminal history records include the defendant's name, personal information, the criminal charges brought against the individual, and any criminal case files created by District of Columbia law enforcement. A criminal history search shows an individual's criminal record, making it an important part of performing a thorough District of Columbia background check. District of Columbia Courts may provide online access to their criminal history records.

D.C. Traffic Community Court Washington DC 500 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-879-1010

ERCC Community Court Washington DC 500 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-879-1010

Obama Supreme Court Washington DC 1 First Street Northeast 20543 202-479-3000

Washington DC Superior Court Washington DC 500 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-879-1373


District of Columbia Probation Departments oversee court-ordered probations which have been imposed instead of incarceration in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. Probation Departments maintain detailed records on individuals who are on probation, which is part of the individual's criminal history. These District of Columbia public records include personal information on the individual and the criminal charges that led to probation. It can also include the terms of the probation, such as any requirements to seek treatment, attend counseling, or pay restitution to victims, as well as any travel restrictions or bans on contacting certain people that may be included in the probation order. District of Columbia probation records also list the length of the probation sentence, and they are an important part of a background check. Probation Departments may provide online searches for criminal history records.

District Of Columbia Probation Department Washington DC 333 Constitution Avenue Northwest 20001 202-565-1300


District of Columbia Police Departments provide local law enforcement services, including stopping crimes, arresting suspects, and conducting investigations in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. As part of this job, Police Departments maintain a number of criminal history records, including District of Columbia arrest records, warrants, and reports on jail bookings. These records make up an individual's District of Columbia criminal record, including the criminal charges made during an arrest and any resulting legal cases from a police arrest. This can include felonies and misdemeanors such as fraud, probation violations, drug possession, manslaughter, and traffic crimes. Police Department records can include investigation materials and criminal case files, and searching criminal history records is an important step in performing a District of Columbia background check. Police Departments make many of their criminal history records available online.

Farley Police Department Washington DC First Street Northeast 20002

Metropolitan Police Department - Asian Liaison Unit Washington DC 616 H Street Northwest 20001 202-724-8009

Metropolitan Police Department - Central Regional Operations Command Washington DC 501 New York Avenue Northwest 20001 202-576-8881

Metropolitan Police Department - East Regional Operations Command Washington DC 3244 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast 20020 202-645-5333

Metropolitan Police Department - First District Substation Washington DC 500 E Street Southeast 20003 202-698-0068

Metropolitan Police Department - Latino Liaison Unit Washington DC 1800 Columbia Road Northwest 20009 202-673-4445

Metropolitan Police Department - North Regional Operations Command Washington DC 801 Shepherd Street Northwest 20011 202-576-6600

Metropolitan Police Department - Sixth District Substation Washington DC 2701 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast 20020 202-698-2088

Metropolitan Police Department - Third District Substation Washington DC 750 Park Road Northwest 20010 202-576-8222

Metropolitan Police Department Seventh District Washington DC 2455 Alabama Avenue Southeast 20020 202-698-1500

Metropolitan Police Department-Fifth District Washington DC 1805 Bladensburg Road Northeast 20002 202-698-0150

Metropolitan Police Department-First District Washington DC 415 4th Street Southwest 20024 202-698-0555

Metropolitan Police Department-Fourth District Washington DC 6001 Georgia Avenue Northwest 20011 202-715-7400

Metropolitan Police Department-Headquarters Washington DC 300 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-727-4218

Metropolitan Police Department-Second District Washington DC 3320 Idaho Avenue Northwest 20016 202-715-7300

Metropolitan Police Department-Sixth District Washington DC 100 42nd Street Northeast 20019 202-698-0880

Metropolitan Police Department-Third District Washington DC 1620 V Street Northwest 20009 202-673-6815

University Of The District Of Columbia Security Washington DC 4200 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20008 202-274-5050

Washington Metro Area Transit Police Department Washington DC 600 5th Street Northwest 20001 202-962-1550

District of Columbia Department of Justice Offices operate at the federal or state level, and they enforce the law by prosecuting criminal cases in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. Departments of Justice are led by the Attorney General, and they maintain District of Columbia criminal history records, including narcotic charges, child exploitation, organized crime, and capital cases. These criminal records provide information about the accused individual and any trials resulting from the Department of Justice investigation, and these records can include trial testimony, witness reports and testimony, and the District of Columbia Court's ruling, such as convictions or acquittals, sentences, incarcerations, or plea bargains. These criminal history records are an important part of a background check, and they may be available on the Department of Justice website.

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 950 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, 4300 20530 202-514-3521

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 633 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20004 202-654-6679

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 600 E Street Northwest 20004 202-305-2935

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 450 5th Street Northwest 20001 202-220-5600

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 145 N Street Northeast 20002

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 1331 F Street Northwest, 1050 20004 202-514-8196

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 500 1st Street Northwest 20001 202-615-6070

Washington DC Department of Justice Washington DC 1400 New York Avenue Northwest 20005 202-514-3473