• Question: I'm trying to find my daughters death notice
    By anonymous
    Aug 11, 2017
  • Question: I'm trying to find if a friend, is deceased. One of the people by that name fits some of her prev. residences, including Atlanta, Ga., manchester, NH. When I kast saw her she lived in nashua, NH in 1994
    By judith
    Jun 24, 2015
    Reply:

    You can look up relatives if you've hit a dead end. Some private companies provide an address match of the subject you're trying to search, along with a list of possible relatives. You will need to use your judgment when looking around, but, the information free and you can gather helpful information. When looking up records, the full name, including the middle name if available, is going to be an essential part of your investigation. The date of birth is helpful also which you may be able to see for free. As you go, you'll pick up more information to expand your search.

    By admn1
    Jun 28, 2016

  • Question: Does your registration get taken away if you are pleading no contest
    By Steve
    Jun 19, 2016
  • Question: Can I find out if a stalker, in a final order of protection, is still in police custody?
    By Anissa
    Jan 01, 2016
    Reply:

    Try an inmate search, if the conviction was a long time ago with a sentence to a state facility, the New Hampshire Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmate Locator has a free search, there may more throughout local departments, such as Belknap county, where they have an online inmate search.

    By adm
    Jun 01, 2016

  • Question: The New Hampshire state police conducts criminal record searches based on an arrestee’s fingerprints. Does this mean the criminal report include arrest records?
    By lana
    Feb 03, 2015
    Reply:

    Look up "Support Services Bureau Criminal Records Unit" and you will see information about the criminal report's coverage. The first paragraph mentions that it includes arrests and dispositions of individuals charged with a criminal offense in New Hampshire. Couldn't tell if arrests alone show up or only when they've resulted in a case and convictions, however, the webpage claims that it is the only source for an individual’s complete criminal history for all of New Hampshire. There are fingerprint based searches that can be conducted from the same webpage.

    By adm
    Nov 17, 2015

  • Question: How can I find if someone was arrested?
    By c
    Aug 04, 2015
    Reply:

    There are a few bits of information that is important in getting arrest reports, such as which police department made the arrest. The more you know about the arrest, the easier it will be to find out about the arrest. Did the arrest result in a conviction where it can be found in court records. Is it a recent arrest where inmate lists from individual police departments would show some details. Is the person currently in the department of correction's custody, you can use the New Hampshire DOC's inmate locator. You won't need a location as the entire state is searched at once. The only information you will need to begin is a partial first and last name.

    By adm
    Aug 21, 2015

  • Question: Can I look up case numbers?
    By Mel
    Feb 20, 2015
  • Question: What is the New Hampshire Open Records Law requirements
    By mlb
    Aug 12, 2013
    Reply:

    RSA Chapter 91-A is one place to look it up, here’s a link to a table of contents dealing with access to governmental records and meetings. http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/vi/91-a/91-a-mrg.htm

    By blgr
    Aug 12, 2013

    Reply:

    You can also get information about the records open to the public directly to the department first. They’re supposed to be along legal guidelines. Each can different laws applying to them. Usually it’s the line between public and private records.

    By blgr
    Aug 14, 2013

    Reply:

    The instructions to request public records on some forms from the individual agency also will offer a good picture of what is required when making the request

    By al
    Aug 14, 2013