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This service provides a free and convenient way to search for information about adult prisoners/probationers in the Maine Department of Corrections system.
This online service provides a complete training course for sellers and servers of alcoholic beverages within the State of Maine. After reviewing the training material, users can take the online assessment to obtain certification. Upon successful completion of the assessment, you will receive a printable certificate.
Allows users to monitor one or more business entities for fraudulent filings.
Friends and family of inmates in Maine correctional facilities may deposit funds to their trust accounts for phone and commissary, using a credit card.
Pay court fines and fees online with a credit card.
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Search for vehicle accident reports online from the Maine State Police Crash Database.
This online site provides you with electronic access to request criminal history record and juvenile crime information maintained by the Maine State Police. This records search will provide you with conviction and adjudication information for adult and juvenile crimes committed within the State of Maine
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A complete and official state background check is now available in a single, combined report. This online service allows you to order a combined report on an individual in one easy transaction, including checks of several state sources. Using this service ensures the data you receive will be accurate and up-to-date, as it comes directly from the latest official data of the Maine State Bureau of Identification and the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
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Pay Maine traffic tickets or contest one or more violations on a traffic ticket.
Request public criminal history record and juvenile crime information maintained by the Maine State Police. This records search will provide you with conviction and adjudication information for adult and juvenile crimes committed within the State of Maine.
Search the database of registered sex offenders in Maine, maintained by the Maine State Police. The service provides the public information about the location of registered offenders currently within Maine.
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This online service makes it possible for manufacturers to manage the list of registered alcoholic beverage labels for transport into the State of Maine. Through the online service existing labels registrations can be renewed and new label registrations can be added.
Maine Criminal Records
Are criminal records public in Maine?
Maine has a Freedom of Access Act that makes criminal records, and all other government records public and accessible by anyone. This act was put into place in order to protect citizens and reduce government corruption on the state and federal levels.
How do I search for criminal records in Maine?
The Maine State Bureau of Information has a page on the Maine government website that provides access to criminal records. They also provide access to juvenile criminal records. After providing a first and last name, the website states that it should provide you access to the record within two hours.
What is a felony in Maine?
A felony in Maine is any crime classified as A, B, C, or murder. Classes D and E are misdemeanors. Felony sentences are served in state prison and can come with fines. Each class has varying sentences, with murder having the worst punishment of life imprisonment and Class C having a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Examples of felonies include felony theft, assault with a deadly weapon, rape, and murder.
What is a misdemeanor in Maine?
A misdemeanor in Maine is a lower-level crime that is only punished with local jail time, not state prison. Class D misdemeanors are punished up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $2000. Class E misdemeanors have half of the maximum punishment. Examples of misdemeanors include DUI, theft, trespassing, and public indecency.
Are mugshots public in Maine?
Mugshots go on most criminal records in Maine and are used to identify an offender, whether it be for an escaped fugitive or to confirm the identity of an offender. Mugshots can be found on criminal histories, arrest warrants, inmate records, and the sex offender registry.
How do I find sex offenders in Maine?
Sex offenders in Maine can be found on the Maine Sex Offender Registry. Their personal information will be posted on it, as well as a mugshot of them, the town they are located in, how long they are required to register, and their past sex offenses.
How do I search for arrest records in Maine?
Arrest records can be found in Maine through criminal history checks through the State Bureau of Information, court records, and local police departments. Police departments will have the most information on recent local arrests since they are the first stop in the criminal justice system when someone is arrested.
How do I find inmates in Maine?
Maine has a vast inmate locator tool that lets people search for inmates on almost any criteria, including hair color, eye color, location, name, id number, etc. The results will show a list of inmates that match their criteria and show their personal information, mugshots, parole status, and past convictions.
How do I find police reports in Maine?
Police reports are found on the Maine government website and contain recent local arrests, weekly crime statistics, crash and incident reports, and weekly troop reports. Police records contain information that an officer gathers when at a crime scene, such as witnesses, suspects, and evidence.
What’s inside an arrest record in Maine?
Maine arrest records contain information relating to the arrest of an individual. The location and time of the arrest are recorded, as well as the name of the arresting officer. There will be mugshots, personal information, and the supposed crimes one was charged with when arrested.
How do I find court records in Cumberland County?
You can contact any court through the Maine Judicial Branch website and inquire about retrieving a court record. Additionally, you could visit the court nearest to you in Cumberland County and inquire about retrieving criminal records at the Clerk’s office.
How far back can employers check criminal background in Maine?
There is no state law in Maine that prevents employers from seeing prior convictions on your criminal record, no matter how long ago they were committed. However, the FCRA (Fair Credit Reporting Act) protects job applicants from employers inquiring about arrests, and applicants have the right to retrieve a copy of all criminal information that an employer gathered about them.
How do you check for arrest warrants in Maine?
The Department of Public Safety in Maine reports on recent local arrests. Certain websites online provide a list of active arrest warrants in Maine. If you want to inquire about arrest warrants, your best bet is to contact the local police department or sheriff.
How do I find someone’s probation status in Maine?
Using the Maine inmate database, you can find if an inmate is incarcerated or on probation. It will show their probation officer and their earliest release date from custody. Probation is when an inmate does not have to serve their sentence in prison or jail but can be in the community with certain restrictions.
Is DUI a felony in Maine?
A DUI or OUI is a felony in Maine if there it caused serious injury or death in the incident. Additionally, if the DUI was a repeat offense, then it could be sentenced as a felony, which will be increased fines and/or jail time. If you have been charged with a DUI, consulting with an attorney will give you the best chance of getting a reduced sentence or a non-guilty verdict.
Are juvenile criminal records sealed in Maine?
In general, a juvenile criminal record in Maine will be sealed unless it was a violent or felony conviction. You can petition to seal the criminal record three years after the crime to the court and try and get the judge to close your record.
Can I get rid of my criminal record in Maine?
There are very few ways to get rid of your criminal record in Maine. Unlike other states, there is no expungement law, which lets you erase a conviction. Juveniles can get their record sealed after a certain amount of time. If you were charged with a crime but not convicted, then the arrest will become confidential after one year.
How do I get my record expunged in Maine?
There is no way to fully expunge a record in Maine. The next closest thing is by getting it pardoned by the governor, which will make it seem like you never committed a crime. You have to wait five years before applying for a pardon to the governor.
What is Megan’s Law in Maine?
Megan’s Law in Maine is a law that requires sex offenders to disclose their location and past sex offenses to the public. If you were convicted of a sex crime, you must update the registry for either ten years or for life, depending on the nature of the sex offense.
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Auburn Police Department Crime Maphttp://www.raidsonline.com/View Auburn Police Department interactive crime map by incident type, time and location.
Brunswick Police Department Crime Maphttp://www.brunswickme.org/departments/police/public-crime-mapping-tool/Search Brunswick Police Department crime map by address, date range, event, and sex of offender.
Central Maine Cops & Courts Crime Reportshttp://www.centralmaine.com/cops-courts/View Central Maine Cops & Courts news updates on recent crimes in Maine.
City of Auburn Government Police Press Releaseshttp://www.auburnmaine.gov/Pages/Government/-Press-ReleasesView City of Auburn Government press releases, including investigations and announcements, by date.
City of Bath Crime Reportshttp://www.cityofbath.com/index.cfmView City of Bath incident reports by date and title of summary.
City of Belfast Most Wanted Personshttp://www.cityofbelfast.org/index.aspxView City of Belfast most wanted persons list.
City of Saco Police Department Crime Mapshttp://www.sacomaine.org/departments/police_department/crime_map.phpView City of Saco Police Department crime map, including a link to query and map of selected neighborhood crimes.
Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Police Press Releaseshttp://www.cumberlandso.org/Archive.aspxView Cumberland County Sheriff's Office press releases list including past archives.
Franklin County Government Booking Listhttp://www.franklincounty.maine.gov/dispatch-log-jail-bookingsSearch Franklin County Government's jail and dispatch logs by date of dispatch or inmate booking date.
Gorham Police Department Press Releaseshttp://www.gorham-me.org/police-department/pages/press-releasesView Gorham Police Department press releases by date of post and description.
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Lewiston Crime Maphttp://communitycrimemap.com/Search Lewiston crime map by incident type, date range and location, and by known offenders.
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Maine Department of Correction's Most Wanted Listhttp://www.criminalwatch.com/mostwanted/me.aspSearch Maine Department of Corrections most wanted lists by county, arresting department, region and federal or state level.
Maine Judicial Branch Business and Consumer Court Recordshttp://www.courts.maine.gov/opinions_orders/bcd/index.shtmlSearch Maine Judicial Branch Business and Consumer Court orders and decisions by keyword, including docket number, case and date.
Maine Judicial Branch Supreme Court Recordshttp://www.courts.maine.gov/opinions_orders/index.shtmlSearch Maine Judicial Branch Supreme Court opinions and orders by keyword.
Maine State Government Court Recordshttps://www.maineprobate.net/search/Search Maine State Government probate court records database by county, case number and first, last, middle and business name.
Monmouth Police Department Recordshttp://www.monmouthme.govoffice2.com/index.aspSearch Monmouth Police Department's public records including amber alert, animal control, and sex offender registry.
Office of The Maine Attorney General Police Shooting Reportshttp://www.maine.gov/ag/news/shooting_reports_archive.shtmlView Office of the Maine Attorney General police shooting reports archive by date and report.
Portland Police Department Crime Maphttps://www.neighborhoodscout.com/me/portland/crimeView Portland Police Department crime map by safety level and location.
Portland Press Herald Police Logshttp://www.pressherald.com/2012/09/18/police-beat/View Portland Press Herald police logs, including times, dates, and addresses.
Scarborough Police Department Press Releaseshttps://www.facebook.com/ScarboroughPDView Scarborough Police Department press releases, including photographs, by date and time.
Seacoast Online Crime Reportshttp://www.seacoastonline.com/news/crime-and-courtsView Seacoast Online crime reports, including photographs, dates of publication, and full articles.
South Portland Police Department Arrest Recordshttp://www.southportland.org/departments/police-department/public-information/arrest-blotters/View South Portland Police arrest blotters for recent arrest records dating back several months.
South Portland Police Department Logshttp://www.southportland.org/departments/police-department/public-information/dispatch-logs/View South Portland Police Department dispatch logs by date, including types of call.
State of Maine Judicial Branch Superior Court Recordshttp://www.courts.maine.gov/opinions_orders/superior/index.shtmlView State of Maine Judicial Branch Superior Court opinions, including opinions by other courts.
The Forecaster Police Recordshttp://www.theforecaster.net/police-beat/View The Forecaster police reports, including dates, times, incident types and locations.
Town of Clinton Police Department Recordshttp://www.clinton-me.us/index.aspSearch Town of Clinton Police Department's public records including concealed weapons permits.
University of Southern Maine Police Logshttp://usm.maine.edu/police/campus-crime-logView University of Southern Maine Police Campus Crime Log, listed by month and year, including incident and time of day.
Washington County Sheriff's Office Police Press Releaseshttp://wcsheriffsofficeinthenews.blogspot.cz/View Washington County Sheriff's Office press release on a variety of topics.
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Maine Arrest Records contain an individual's entire criminal history record and are available from Government Offices in Maine. Arrest Records are considered public records and as such are available for public request from a number of government agencies including Maine State, County, and local law enforcement. Maine Police Departments and Maine Criminal Courts maintain Arrest Records, warrants, and mug shots.Find Maine Arrest Records, including:
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Welcome to the Maine Criminal History Record and Juvenile Crime Information Request Service
This online site provides you with electronic access to request criminal history record and juvenile crime information maintained by the Maine State Police, State Bureau of Identification. This records search will provide you with all the conviction and adjudication information for adult and juvenile crimes committed within the State of Maine that the Bureau of Identification currently has on record, as well as pending cases less than one year old. There is a difference regarding what information will be disseminated for an adult versus a juvenile. To learn more about what information will be provided, please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
This request is based on a name and date of birth search. There are two types of responses possible:
- When no record is found for the name and date of birth provided you will receive the following response: "NO MATCH WAS FOUND FOR YOUR REQUEST."
- When a record is found for the name and date of birth provided, you will receive a record that contains conviction information and pending charges less than one year old. The record provided may belong to another individual with the same or essentially similar name and date of birth, as personal identifiers, name and date of birth, are used to conduct search.
Most search results will be returned via e-mail within two hours. If your search results are not returned within twelve hours, then your inquiry may be one that requires manual intervention. Search results for inquiries that require manual intervention may be delayed for up to 2 weeks.
It is possible that a spam filter on your email account may prevent you from receiving the email containing the link to your criminal history request once it has been processed. Please check your 'spam', 'junk', or 'bulk' mail folders and set up your account to receive mail from '[email protected]'. If you have not received your request within 3 weeks, please contact the State Bureau of Identification.
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NEW: Notarized reports can now be ordered online! If you wish to have your request notarized, there will be an additional nonrefundable fee of $10.00.
What you will need:
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When a criminal history record and juvenile crime information record check is processed by the State Bureau of Identification using personal identifiers such as name and date of birth, it is possible that the record supplied belongs to another person with the same or essentially similar name and birth date. Assurance that the person named in the record and the person sought are one and the same requires verification through fingerprint comparison.
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