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Police.us.org Reveals Police Records Are a Top Reason for Gun License Rejection

January 16, 2013

According to recent FBI figures, over one million people failed police checks to buy guns in the past 14 years. Police.us.org shares more about the story and why police checks are important.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 16, 2013

Police.us.org allows businesses and individuals to run police checks (or background checks) on anyone in the U.S. Recently, the FBI reported that in the past 14 years, more than one million people failed police checks to buy guys due to drug use, health issues, or police records (CNN).

Of the police checks run, nearly 60 percent of those were rejected because of felonies or serious misdemeanors. With the recent rise in gun sales going up because of a supposed federal assault weapons ban, more and more people are being rejected for gun purchase because of their police records.

Police.us.org can show police records from decades back that can include these felony and misdemeanor convictions, assault and battery, criminal driving infractions, probation status and more. Gun control is an important aspect of the U.S. nation’s safety and police checks are more reliable than ever about showing past criminal behavior.

Police records can also be useful to small businesses looking to hire for safety and also an individual’s peace of mind when meeting a new suspicious person. Check the nationwide database full of millions of names with ease.

Police.us.org looks to curb the gun violence in America and those looking to purchase guns when they shouldn’t through continuing to offer reliable police records checks on their website.

About Police.us.org:

For police records checks or warrant searches, Police.us.org is a reliable online resource. The nationwide police record check can find criminal history, police convictions, sex offender status and more. Police.us.org is a top choice for police records on the Internet.

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