Georgia Background Checks

Georgia is a southeastern state named after King George II of England and the 8th most populous state with a population of almost 10,000,000. The Capital is Atlanta, some of the other cities in Georgia include: Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Roswell, Albany, and Savannah. As reported in 2011 there were over 36,000 violent crimes commited in Georgia including 554 murders, and 12,000 robberies. There were 21,000 Aggrevated assaults and over 230,000 Larceny thefts not to mention 95,600 burglaries. As you can see with the crime rate and population in Georgia one has to be careful and run background checks on people that come into contact with one's personal life and family. Background checks are easily done in Georgia either through authorities or online background checks through online bakcground check providers.


Free Georgia Background Checks

If you need to do a free background check then you will need to go to courts and law enforcement establishments and research in person. Most online background check services charge a nominal fee for their service depending on how extensive of a background report you need. Georgia Background Checks can be done either for personal or for employment reasons keep in mind that employment related background checks are FCRA regulated and can only be obtained from approved providers with the permission of the employee.

What is an Georgia Criminal Background Check?

Georgia Background Checks offers a collection of records including criminal history and address history:

  • Georgia Birth Date and Georgia Death Records
  • Georgia Contact information
  • Georgia Criminal history
  • Georgia Civil court cases
  • Liens, tax liens and judgements or bankruptcy records
  • Property ownership
  • Georgia business license records

Georgia background check is the best way to get to know the past history of anyone living in Georgia



State of Georgia Accounting Office
The Georgia State Accounting Office sets standards for financial reporting and prepares the state's annual comprehensive financial statement
State ADA Coordinator's Office
This office ensures that persons with disabilities can make full use of public buildings
Office of State Administrative Hearings, Office of State
resolves disputes between the public and state agencies
Administrative Office of the Courts
Provides support to state, probate, magistrate and municipal court councils
Department of Administrative Services
(DOAS) provides business solutions to Georgia's state and local government entities
Division of Aging Services
Division of Aging Services of the Department of Human Services provides the elderly and people with disabilitiesservices like delivering meals, legal help and Medicare counseling. It also investigates cases of abuse, neglect.
State of Georgia Agricultural Exposition Authority
The Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter provides facilities and space for conferences, trade shows, livestock shows, horse shows, concerts, rodeos and RV rallies and meetings.
Georgia Department of Agriculture
Protects agriculture, consumer interests and ensures safe food and fiber.
Council of American Indian Concerns
The Council on American Indian Concerns helps protect graves and burial objects from accidental and intentional desecration.
Georgia Council for theArts
Provides grant funding, programs and services statewide that support the industry, preserve cultural heritage and create increased access to high quality arts experiences.
Georgia Attorney General
Georgia Attorney General prepares contracts and agreements, prosecutes public corruption cases, and oversees the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts
Promotes accountability of state agencies, universities, nonprofit organizations and county governments
Georgia Aviation Authority
Aviation authority provides ensures the safety of people traveling by air and aviation property
Department of Banking and Finance
Regulates and examines banks, credit unions, and trust companies chartered by the state
Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities
Provides high-quality health care opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities or behavioral health challenges.
Georgia Board of Regents
Keeps higher education affordable, accommodate growth in student enrollment
Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund Commission
Provides grants to individuals for their post-acute care and rehabilitation for traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries.
Georgia Building Authority
The Georgia Building Authority provides facilities management services for state agencies
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Provides the state's criminal justice system, Georgia Bureau of Investigation assists criminal investigations, provides forensic laboratory services, and updates computerized criminal justice information
Office of the Child Advocate
Helps to ensure that at-risk and foster children are safe and sound
Child Support Services
Division of Child Support Services ensures that parents provide financial support to their children.
Governor's Office for Children and Families
Provides funding, educational and technical assistance.
Georgia Department of Community Affairs
Provides programs that help communities realize growth and development
Georgia Department of Community Health
Provides access to affordable health care and the Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) oversees the state's Medicaid, PeachCare for Kids, Planning for Healthy Babies and Medicaid Waiver programs.
Composite Medical Board
Licenses physicians and other medical professionals.
Governor's Office ofConsumer Protection
Protects consumers and businesses from unlawful, deceptive and unfair practices.
Georgia Department of Corrections
The GDC or Georgia Department of Corrections has one of the largest prison systems in the U.S., it is responsible for supervising nearly 55,000 state prisoners and more than 160,000 probationers.
Court of Appeals
Serves as the intermediate appellate court in the state and may certify legal questions to the Supreme Court.
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Serves as the statewide clearinghouse for criminal justice information, research and developing criminal justice legislative and executive policy proposals, advises the Governor of Georgia. CJCC administers programs providing direct services to victims of crime,it also administers the Georgia Crime Victims Compensation Program (CVCP).
Georgia Department of Defense
The Georgia Department of Defense supervises the functions of the Georgia National Guard, including the Georgia Army National Guard, the Georgia Air National Guard, and the Georgia State Defense Force.
Georgia Board of Dentistry
The Georgia Board of Dentistry regulates and enforces the standards of practices for dentistry in Georgia.
Georgia Development Authority
Supports farmers by providing loans used for expenses or buying land and equipment or any livestock operations.
Developmental Disabilities
(GCDD) promotes and creates opportunities to enable persons with disabilities to live, work, play and worship as an integral part of society.
Disability Services Ombudsman
Promotes the safety, well-being and rights of Georgians with disabilities.
Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution
Provides courts speedy resolution of disputes, the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution promotes alternatives to usual litigation which give litigants less costy options for resolving differences and helps courts with those cases that cannot be resolved without judge or jury.
Georgia Department of Driver Services
Provides the Georgians commercial and regular passenger vehicle driver's licenses, driver's permits and state identification cards.
Drugs and Narcotics Agency
Protects the health, safety and welfare of state residents by enforcing drug laws and ensuring that only licensed facilities and pharmacists distribute medications.
Early Care and Learning
Promotes child care and early education needs of the state's children and their families.
Economic Development
Encourages business investment and trade, attracting tourists to Georgia
Department of Education
Oversees public education throughout the state
Emergency Management Agency
GEMA works with other government agencies to teach preparedness, lessen the effects of a hazard, and strengthen response and recovery efforts.
Employees' Retirement System of Georgia
The Employees' Retirement System administers pensions, contributions and invests retirement funds soundly and securely.
Environmental Finance Authority
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority provides loans for water, sewer and solid waste infrastructure.
Environmental Protection Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Environmental Protection Division protects and manages the state's air, water and land resources.
Equal Opportunity
Protects individuals from discrimination on the bases of race, sex, disability, national origin, color, religion and familial status
Family and Children Services
Division of Family and Children Services assists low-income families with income supplements through Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), investigates child abuse and locates adoptive or foster homes for neglected children, ut also manages the Food Stamp program, and subsidizes child care costs for low-income families through Childcare and Parent Services (CAPS).
Financing and Investment Commission, Georgia State
Sells general obligation bonds, disburses the money collected on the bonds
Firefighter Standards and Training Council
Provides certification standards for all firefighters, fire inspectors, fire investigators.
Fiscal Management Council
Promotes increased knowledge of governmental financial practices
Forestry Commission
Protecting and conserving forests, the Georgia Forestry Commission prevents and suppresses wildfires
Games Commission
Promotes athletics and health programs
General Assembly
One of the largest state legislatures in the nation, the Georgia General Assembly, composed of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission
Collects campaign contribution disclosure reports, personal financial disclosure reports and lobbyist disclosure reports.
Governor
The governor is the chief executive of the state and oversees the executive branch.
Historic Preservation Division
Provides financial and architectural assistance for the restoration of historic structures
Georgia Commission on the Holocaust
The Georgia Commission on the Holocaust was established to educate the citizens of Georgia about the consequences of hate, prejudice and discrimination.
House of Representatives
The House of Representatives is the larger of the two chambers of the General Assembly.
Human Services
The Georgia Department of Human Services investigates child and elderly abuse, facilitates adoption and foster parenting
Humanities Council
The Georgia Humanities Council promotes studies of history, literature, ethics, philosophy and religion
Inspector General
Investigates and uncovers fraud, waste, abuse and corruption in the executive branch of state government.
Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner
The Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner licenses and regulates insurance companies
Jekyll Island Authority
JIA was created to oversee the conservation and development of the Island.
Judicial Nominating Commission
The Judicial Nominating Commission reviews and recommends candidates for judicial vacancies within the state, superior and appellate courts in Georgia.
Juvenile Court Judges of Georgia
Provides policies and provides support to juvenile courts
Juvenile Justice
DJJ is one of Georgia's largest educators, accredited by both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Correctional Education Association (CEA)
Georgia Department of Labor
Vollects data to help businesses, economic developers, planners and the workforce make quality work-related decisions.
Lieutenant Governor's Office
The Lieutenant Governor presides over debate in the Senate chamber and works with advocates to introduce legislation.
New Georgia Encyclopedia
The New Georgia Encyclopedia reveals the state's rich history and culture
Pardons and Paroles
The State Board of Pardons and Paroles grants paroles, pardons, reprieves, remissions and commutations.
Peace Officers' Annuity & Benefit Fund
Retirement fund for Georgia law enforcement officers.
Peace Officers' Standards and Training Council
Improves law enforcement in the state by identifying qualified, professionally trained, ethical and competent peace officers and criminal justice professionals.
Georgia Board of Pharmacy
Regulates pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacies in Georgia.
Physician Workforce
Monitors the distribution of general practitioners and medical specialists throughout the state and supports medical education programs
Planning and Budget
Supports the state by producing short- and long-term financial analyses
Ports Authority, Georgia
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) helps foster international trade and new industry for state and local communities.
Professional Standards Commission
Sets guidelines for the certification, and continued licensing of public educators.
State Properties Commission
Manages Georgia's real estate - selling and purchasing property when necessary
Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia
Assists attorneys by providing continuing legal education and assisting with legal research.
Public Broadcasting
Produce and distribute high quality programs and services that educate, inform and entertain audiences and enrich the quality of their lives.
Public Defender Standards Council
Ensures that public defenders work effectively, promptly and ethically to assist clients.
Public Health
The lead agency in preventing disease, injury and disability; promoting health and well-being
Public Safety Training Center
The state's training facility for all state and local public safety-related units of government.
Public Safety, Georgia Department of
Oversees the day-to-day operations of the Georgia State Patrol, Capitol Police and the Motor Carrier Compliance Division.
Public Service Commission
Ensures that consumers receive safe, reliable and reasonably priced telecommunications, electric and natural gas services.
Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board
Ensures that real estate licensees and appraisers are professionally qualified and promotes a fair and honest market environment
Secretary of State
Registers voters, tracks annual corporate filings, grants professional licenses and oversees the state's securities' market.
Senate
Creates and amends a variety of laws on topics ranging from healthcare to public safety.
Superior Court Clerks' Cooperative Authority
Updates an index of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings throughout the state.
Council of Superior Court Judges of Georgia
Provides courts with administrative support, research assistance, and communications.
Supreme Court of Georgia
Georgia's Supreme Court reviews decisions made by the state's lower trial courts in civil and criminal cases.
Tax Tribunal
The Georgia Tax Tribunal is dedicated to the resolution of disputes between taxpayers and the Georgia Department of Revenue.
Teachers' Retirement System
Manages the retirement fund for public school educators, University System of Georgia employees.
Office of the State Treasurer
Preserves both capital and public trust by managing cash resources efficiently and conservatively.
Veterans Service
Advises, counsels, and assists veterans and their families
Vocational Rehabilitation Agency
Helps people with disabilities become active members of society by finding employment opportunities.
Wildlife Resources Division
Conserves, enhances and promotes the state's wildlife resources
Workers' Compensation, State Board of
Assists injured workers and employers by ensuring swift and fair resolution of claims.
Georgia Department of Economic Development
Created to improve the job training and marketability of Georgia's workforce
World Congress Center Authority
Manages the operation of the Georgia World Congress Center, the Georgia Dome, Centennial Olympic Park

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