Trust is perhaps one of the most important things in the relationship between two people, but it is also something that does not appear overnight. It is usually formed over years and years of knowing the other person and sharing experiences with them. Trust is something upon which the foundation of a solid relationship is buried, but sometimes, the time required before one could build trust between each other is not available owing to some outside influence. While the years of knowing each other is still the best way to build trust, the use of arrest records like Santa Clarita Arrest Records provide a sort of short-cut in the sense that the information contained within these records could help a person decide if building such trust is possible.
This is because these arrest records contain information regarding
the criminal past of the person whom the records refer to, and because they are official and public records, these are the best evidence that one could present in order to prove the existence of the criminal past of the person named in the record. Conversely, a person who does not have an arrest record in his name means that he has never been convicted or arrest before, and could, from the point of view of the person requesting for the records, could perhaps be worthy of trust.
Like all government records, these arrest records are limited in the sense that they could only show the criminal background of the person named in the record and nothing else. However, these records are afforded the presumption of regularity, which means that these records are considered to be accurate at all times and that there would be no need for the person presenting the records to prove that the contents of the records are real as they are already presumed to be so. This presumption is, however, merely prima facie and may be overturned by evidence to the contrary.
One may request for copies of the arrest records at the local or county level through the office of the sheriff, and the method of making the request would be to make the request through mail. This may seem to be too much work, but aside from the fact that the office of the sheriff could not handle requests made through mail, requests made in person are actually more efficient as they are typically completed within the same day of the request and it also possible to make a request for bulk using this method as there is no need for forms that usually correspond only to one order. In addition, it is possible to obtain other information regarding the person by talking with the people who had made the arrest as the sheriff and his deputies who make the same.
Copies of Santa Clarita Criminal Records
are also available online through the use of internet based online databases. Faster and more efficient in presenting their information, these online databases are mostly privately owned, but they still charge fees that are usually the most minimum for the use of their services, and the information that they present is substantially the same as that of the official archives.