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The Washington DC county criminal records search covers the Superior courts for felony and misdemeanor cases. The District of Columbia county court records search covers the past seven years and will return convictions and/or deferred judgments. District of Columbia expected delays: none currently reported.
Free Washington DC Public Records Sex Offender Registry Check Instant ResultsThe Washington DC public records sex offender registry is free with all orders and it may include the name, DOB, address, physical detailsand crime. All registrants are classified as Class A, B or C. The most serious offenses are represented as Class A. District of Columbia sex offenders are included in the registry solely by virtue of their conviction record. The District of Columbia sex offender registry is updated monthly and Class A are lifetime registrants, B and C are ten year registrants.
Washington DC Public Records Rental, Housing and Population Data
Increasing 5.1% from 4/1/2010 to 7/1/2012, the population of Washington DC was 632,323 in 2012. Of the population, 85% speak only English in the home. The median income is $59,290, and 18.4% of the population are in poverty in 2009. In 2011 there were 0.3 million households in Washington DC. The average household size was 2.2 people. In 2011 80% lived in the same house as one year earlier.
In 2009 the median home value was $443,700 and the median rent was $1,059. There were 138,000 renter units in total.
In 2010 there were 96,000 housing units in total and 700 new housing units authorized. The home ownership rate was 45.6%. Home owner vacancy rate was 2.3% and vacancy rate for rentals was 9%. There were 8,700 homes sold.
Washington DC Public Record Crime Information
- The rate for Washington DC violent crimes was 1,349 times per hundred thousand people in 2009: 565 aggravated assaults, 734 robberies, 25 forcible rapes and 24 murders.
- The Washington DC violent crime rate is higher
than the rate of 440 in the United States.
- The rate for Washington DC property crimes was 4,752 times per hundred thousand people in 2009: 923 motor vehicle thefts, 3,213 larceny/thefts, and 616 burglaries.
- The Washington DC property crime rate is higher
than the rate of 3,072 in the United States.
Source for Washington DC Tenant, Population and Household Background Data: U.S. Census and FBI
Other Washington DC Background Information
Major Washington DC Cities and Towns: Army Criminal Invest, Bolling AFB, Dulles International Airp, Fort McNair, Friendship Heights, Naval Air Facility, Naval Anacost Annex, Pentagon, The White House, Washington (County Seat), Washington Navy Yard
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