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KwikScreen National Criminal Database

KwikScreen, GIS' proprietary national criminal database, is one of the largest in the industry with %varGoesHere% criminal records from more than 1,100 sources including county court records, state repositories, Department of Corrections (DOC), Administration of the Court (AOC), state sex offender registries, government and terrorist watchlists, and more. Our commitment to quality mandates that we update our database frequently to remove expunged or otherwise unusable records, meaning that clients can trust what they find. If that's not enough, GIS maintains quality & compliance by validating all hits at the source before we report it to the client.

By adding a KwikScreen search to traditional courthouse searches, clients have seen up to a 50% increase in criminal hits. There's simply no other database like it.

Services included in KwikScreen or available separately include:

Sex Offender Registries

GIS will search KwikScreen and confirm any records found with the state's live repository based on the individual's applicant history. We have access to the best SOR data in the industry, with coverage of information from sources in all 50 states plus Washington D.C., Guam, and Puerto Rico, with photos in all. Details in the report include:

  • Identifiers
  • Registered Addresses
  • Aliases
  • Case Numbers
  • Charge(s)
  • Conviction Details
  • Period of Incarceration

National Government & Terrorist Watchlists

National security and terrorist watchlists include information about individuals and corporations linked to terrorism or terrorist activity. Also included are those that have been debarred, denied, sanctioned, or are listed on exclusion, most wanted, fugitive lists, and more. Key sources included OFAC's Specially Designated Nationals List, FDA's Debarment List, OIG's Exclusion List, OCC's Enforcement Actions List and lists published by the FBI and the DEA, among others.

Ongoing Criminal Monitoring

GIS also provides ongoing criminal monitoring as an additional layer of risk mitigation.