Police Records

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  1. K_Delrosario

    K_Delrosario Prospective

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    Hello all,

    I may seem a bit too paranoid on this, but does law enforcement alter one's criminal record without the knowledge of the individual?

    I have never committed any criminal acts during my high school years, however I was part of an altercation that took place when I was still in middle school.

    Are things like this reported by the police in the report?

    Thank you all
     
  2. FeartheGoat

    FeartheGoat Member

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    It probably depends on the type of incident that occured. You could probably just ask your BGO and he would be able to help you out.
     
  3. Loggonz

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    What'd you do? Just curious.
     
  4. pknguyen44

    pknguyen44 USNA '13, NAPS '09

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  5. MIDNDAD

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    You are being paranoid. Relax.

    Most local police agencies will likely check a wants and warrants database and perhaps a database that may tie into past convictions. So if you do not have felony convictions in your background then don't sweat it. An infraction that occured in middle school is a juvenile record and likely sealed and will not show up.

    Traffic convictions will show up but unless you have screwed up enough to have your license taken away by the courts it's nothing to be concerned about.
     

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