South Dakota Employment Background Check Information and SD Criminal Data

South Dakota Employment Background CheckDid you know that Mount Rushmore National Memorial is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota? This week we are discussing South Dakota employment background check information, SD crime data, and other general South Dakota state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About South Dakota*

South Dakota Population and Age Distribution. South Dakota’s estimated population was 0.8 million. The median age was 36.7 years. 24% of the population was under the age of 18, and 15% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $48,362. The total number of households was 323,765 with an average of 2.47 people.

South Dakota Employment and Unemployment Rate. 65.3% of the South Dakota population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 4th in the nation. The South Dakota unemployment rate is 4.7% which was ranked 50th in the country.

Types of South Dakota Employers. The types of employers in South Dakota were as follows: 35,299 (8.3%) were self-employed, 65,386 (15.3%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 324,368 (76.1%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five South Dakota Industries. The top five industries by percent in South Dakota were: Educational Services and Health Care (24.3%), Retail (11.2%), Manufacturing (9.4%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (9.3%), and Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing/Hunting, and Mining (7.3%).

South Dakota Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in South Dakota’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (35.2%), Sales and Office (23.5%), Service (17.4%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (13%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (10.8%).

South Dakota Health Insurance Coverage. 89% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (12% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 72% had private coverage and 29% had public coverage.

Disability. 12% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of South Dakota reported a disability. The South Dakota disability claim rate was ranked 28th in the country.

For a list of South Dakota counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

South Dakota Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. South Dakota had 2,682 total violent crimes (which ranked 46th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.56% (which ranked it 6th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 25 were murders, 585 were forcible rapes, 158 were robberies, and 1,914 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. South Dakota had 17,168 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 3,258 were burglaries, 12,845 were larceny/thefts, and 1,065 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. South Dakota had the 19th most law enforcement employees per population. South Dakota ranked 40th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more South Dakota crime information, please see the South Dakota Computerized Criminal History (CCH) system on the Division of Criminal Investigation website.

South Dakota Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two South Dakota employment background check product: a South Dakota county criminal background check and a South Dakota sex offender record search.

The South Dakota county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the SD Circuit courts. The South Dakota county criminal check results are provided within five to seven business days. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our South Dakota criminal background check webpage.

When you order the South Dakota county criminal background check you will also receive a sex offender record search of South Dakota as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The South Dakota sex offender background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order.

Other South Dakota employment background check products include a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About South Dakota” data is from 2011. “South Dakota Crime Data” data is from 2012.

South Carolina Employment Background Check Information and SC Criminal Data

South Carolina Employment Background CheckDid you know in 1521, Francisco Gordillo from Spain was the first European to land in what is now present day South Carolina? This week we are discussing South Carolina employment background check information, SC crime data, and other general South Carolina state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About South Carolina*

South Carolina Population and Age Distribution. South Carolina’s estimated population was 4.7 million. The median age was 38.3 years. 23% of the population was under the age of 18, and 15% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $43,107. The total number of households was 1,787,340 with an average of 2.57 people.

South Carolina Employment and Unemployment Rate. 53.4% of the South Carolina population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 47th in the nation. The South Carolina unemployment rate is 11.2% which was ranked 6th in the country.

Types of South Carolina Employers. The types of employers in South Carolina were as follows: 109,309 (5.4%) were self-employed, 318,230 (15.9%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 1,577,325 (78.6%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five South Carolina Industries. The top five industries by percent in South Carolina were: Educational Services and Health Care (21.4%), Manufacturing (13.8%), Retail (12%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (10.9%), and Professional/Administrative/Scientific (9.7%).

South Carolina Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in South Carolina’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (32.8%), Sales and Office (25%), Service (18.4%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (14.7%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (9.1%).

South Carolina Health Insurance Coverage. 83% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (17% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 62% had private coverage and 34% had public coverage.

Disability. 14% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of South Carolina reported a disability. The South Carolina disability claim rate was ranked 12th in the country.

For a list of South Carolina counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

South Carolina Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. South Carolina had 26,397 total violent crimes (which ranked 16th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.25% (which ranked it 40th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 324 were murders, 1,679 were forcible rapes, 4,489 were robberies, and 19,905 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. South Carolina had 180,550 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 45,086 were burglaries, 122,263 were larceny/thefts, and 13,201 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. South Carolina had the 22nd most law enforcement employees per population. South Carolina ranked 20th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more South Carolina crime information, please see the South Carolina Judicial Department Case Records Search.

South Carolina Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two South Carolina employment background check products: a South Carolina county criminal background check and a South Carolina state criminal background check.

The South Carolina state criminal background check includes a South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services Data, South Carolina County Courts Data, a South Carolina corrections background check, a sex offender record search of South Carolina as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls from records of inmates, probationers and parolees. The South Carolina state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our South Carolina criminal background check webpage.

The South Carolina county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Circuit and General Sessions courts. The South Carolina county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other South Carolina employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About South Carolina” data is from 2011. “South Carolina Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Rhode Island Employment Background Check Information and RI Criminal Data

Rhode Island Employment Background CheckDid you know that the office name of Rhode Island is the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations and has the longest name of any U.S. State? This week we are discussing Rhode Island employment background check information, RI crime data, and other general Rhode Island state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Rhode Island*

Rhode Island Population and Age Distribution. Rhode Island’s estimated population was 1.1 million. The median age was 39.8 years. 21% of the population was under the age of 18, and 15% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $54,554. The total number of households was 413,083 with an average of 2.44 people.

Rhode Island Employment and Unemployment Rate. 59.6% of the Rhode Island population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 20th in the nation. The Rhode Island unemployment rate is 9.4% which was ranked 18th in the country.

Types of Rhode Island Employers. The types of employers in Rhode Island were as follows: 27,305 (5.3%) were self-employed, 67,463 (13.2%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 417,620 (81.4%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Rhode Island Industries. The top five industries by percent in Rhode Island were: Educational Services and Health Care (27%), Retail (11.9%), Manufacturing (11.4%), Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (10.6%), and Professional/Administrative/Scientific (9.6%).

Rhode Island Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Rhode Island’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (35.8%), Sales and Office (24.3%), Service (20.6%), Natural Resources, Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (11.5%), and Construction, and Maintenance (7.7%).

Rhode Island Health Insurance Coverage. 89% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (11% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 70% had private coverage and 31% had public coverage.

Disability. 13% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Rhode Island reported a disability. The Rhode Island disability claim rate was ranked 22nd in the country.

For a list of Rhode Island counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Rhode Island Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Rhode Island had 2,651 total violent crimes (which ranked 47th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.27% (which ranked it 35th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 34 were murders, 288 were forcible rapes, 713 were robberies, and 1,616 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Rhode Island had 27,017 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 5,949 were burglaries, 18,440 were larceny/thefts, and 2,628 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Rhode Island had the 31st most law enforcement employees per population. Rhode Island ranked 21st in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Rhode Island crime information, please see the Rhode Island Judiciary District Court website.

Rhode Island Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Rhode Island employment background check products: a Rhode Island county criminal background check and a Rhode Island state criminal background check.

The Rhode Island state criminal background check includes a Rhode Island corrections background check, RI Administrator of the Courts Data, a sex offender record search of Rhode Island as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls from records of those under the supervision of the RI DOC. The Rhode Island state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Rhode Island criminal background check webpage.

The Rhode Island county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Superior and District courts. The Rhode Island county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Rhode Island employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Rhode Island” data is from 2011. “Rhode Island Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Puerto Rico Employment Background Check Information and PR Criminal Data

Puerto Rico Employment Background CheckDid you know Puerto Rico was claimed by Christopher Columbus for Spain during his second voyage to the Americas in 1493 and remained a Spanish colony until 1898? This week we are discussing Puerto Rico employment background check information, PR crime data, and other general Puerto Rico state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Puerto Rico*

Puerto Rico Population and Age Distribution. Puerto Rico’s estimated population was 3.7 million. The median age was 37.8 years. 23% of the population was under the age of 18, and 16% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $19,429. The total number of households was 1263694 with an average of 2.87 people.

Puerto Rico Employment and Unemployment Rate. 37.4% of the Puerto Rico population over the age of 15 were employed. The Puerto Rico unemployment rate is 17.3%.

Types of Puerto Rico Employers. The types of employers in Puerto Rico were as follows: 93,837 (8.6%) were self-employed, 255,687 (23.4%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 743,633 (67.9%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Puerto Rico Industries. The top five industries by percent in Puerto Rico were: Educational Services and Health Care (22.9%), Retail (13.5%), Professional/Administrative/Scientific (9.5%), Manufacturing (9.3%), and Public Administration (9.2%).

Puerto Rico Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Puerto Rico’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (32.1%), Sales and Office (28%), Service (19.9%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (10.3%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (9.7%).

Puerto Rico Health Insurance Coverage. 93% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (7% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 41% had private coverage and 58% had public coverage.

Disability. 21% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Puerto Rico reported a disability. The Puerto Rico disability claim rate was ranked 1st in the country.

For a list of Puerto Rico counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Puerto Rico Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Puerto Rico had 10,041 total violent crimes (which ranked 32nd in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.20% (which ranked it 48th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 978 were murders, 32 were forcible rapes, 6,298 were robberies, and 2,733 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Puerto Rico had 51,679 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 15,287 were burglaries, 30,545 were larceny/thefts, and 5,847 were motor vehicle thefts.

For more Puerto Rico crime information, please see the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.

Puerto Rico Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers one Puerto Rico employment background check product: a Puerto Rico county criminal background check.

The Puerto Rico county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and some traffic cases. The Puerto Rico municipality criminal check covers deferred judgments over the past seven years. The Puerto Rico county criminal check results are provided within seven to fourteen business days. Additional information such as a release form, place of birth, and/or mothers last name may be requested. The cost of this product is $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Puerto Rico criminal background check webpage.

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Puerto Rico” data is from 2011. “Puerto Rico Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Pennsylvania Employment Background Check Information and PA Criminal Data

Pennsylvania Employment Background CheckDid you know that prior to Washington D.C. being the home of the U.S. Capital, it was in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between 1790 to 1800? This week we are discussing Pennsylvania employment background check information, PA crime data, and other general Pennsylvania state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Pennsylvania*

Pennsylvania Population and Age Distribution. Pennsylvania’s estimated population was 12.8 million. The median age was 40.5 years. 22% of the population was under the age of 18, and 16% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $51,230. The total number of households was 4,958,249 with an average of 2.49 people.

Pennsylvania Employment and Unemployment Rate. 57.2% of the Pennsylvania population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 33rd in the nation. The Pennsylvania unemployment rate is 8.9% which was ranked 22nd in the country.

Types of Pennsylvania Employers. The types of employers in Pennsylvania were as follows: 303,973 (5.1%) were self-employed, 657,264 (11.1%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 4,960,839 (83.6%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Pennsylvania Industries. The top five industries by percent in Pennsylvania were: Educational Services and Health Care (26.2%), Manufacturing (12.3%), Retail (11.8%), Professional/Administrative/Scientific (9.7%), and Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (8.3%).

Pennsylvania Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Pennsylvania’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (36.3%), Sales and Office (24.4%), Service (17.7%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (13.4%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (8.2%).

Pennsylvania Health Insurance Coverage. 90% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (10% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 72% had private coverage and 32% had public coverage.

Disability. 13% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Pennsylvania reported a disability. The Pennsylvania disability claim rate was ranked 16th in the country.

For a list of Pennsylvania counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Pennsylvania Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Pennsylvania had 44,503 total violent crimes (which ranked 7th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.35% (which ranked it 25th among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 685 were murders, 3,327 were forcible rapes, 15,673 were robberies, and 24,818 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Pennsylvania had 276,496 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 56,859 were burglaries, 204,609 were larceny/thefts, and 15,028 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Pennsylvania had the 27th most law enforcement employees per population. Pennsylvania ranked 9th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Pennsylvania crime information, please see the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Pennsylvania Access To Criminal History (PACH) website.

Pennsylvania Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Pennsylvania employment background check products: a Pennsylvania county criminal background check and a Pennsylvania state criminal background check.

The Pennsylvania state criminal background check includes a Pennsylvania Common Pleas Courts Data, Pennsylvania Magisterial Courts, Philadelphia Municipal Courts, a Pennsylvania corrections background check, a sex offender record search of Pennsylvania as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls from records of currently residing in a Pennsylvania correctional institution or under the supervision of the PA DOC. The Pennsylvania state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Pennsylvania criminal background check webpage.

The Pennsylvania county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Common Pleas courts. The Pennsylvania county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Pennsylvania employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Pennsylvania” data is from 2011. “Pennsylvania Crime Data” data is from 2012.

Oregon Employment Background Check Information and Oregon (OR) Criminal Data

Oregon Employment Background CheckDid you know that in 1859 Oregon became the 33rd U.S. State? The Oregon Territory was created 11 years prior, in 1848. This week we are discussing Oregon employment background check information, OR crime data, and other general Oregon state info in our weekly blog series, “Criminal Data and Employment Background Check Information for Your Favorite State”!

About Oregon*

Oregon Population and Age Distribution. Oregon’s estimated population was 3.9 million. The median age was 38.9 years. 22% of the population was under the age of 18, and 15% was 65 years and over.

Median Household Income. The median income of households was $49,161. The total number of households was 1,516,957 with an average of 2.51 people.

Oregon Employment and Unemployment Rate. 55.4% of the Oregon population over the age of 15 were employed which ranks 39th in the nation. The Oregon unemployment rate is 11.0% which was ranked 8th in the country.

Types of OregonEmployers. The types of employers in Oregon were as follows: 138,131 (7.9%) were self-employed, 239,990 (13.8%) were employed by the federal, state, or local government and 1,357,949 (78.1%) were employed by the private sector.

Top Five Oregon Industries. The top five industries by percent in Oregon were: Educational Services and Health Care (23.3%), Retail (12%), Manufacturing (11.5%), Professional/Administrative/Scientific (10.7%), and Accommodations/Food Service/Entertainment (10%).

Oregon Occupations. Occupations for the population employed (over the age of 15) in Oregon’s private sector were: Business, Science, and Arts (36.1%), Sales and Office (23.9%), Service (19.2%), Production, Transportation, and Material Moving (12.1%), and Natural Resources, Construction, and Maintenance (8.7%).

Oregon Health Insurance Coverage. 85% of the civilian non-institutionalized population had health insurance coverage (15% had no coverage). Of those with coverage, 66% had private coverage and 32% had public coverage.

Disability. 14% of the civilian non-institutionalized population of Oregon reported a disability. The Oregon disability claim rate was ranked 14th in the country.

For a list of Oregon counties, cities, towns, and county court houses, click here.

Oregon Crime Data*

Total Violent Crimes. Oregon had 9,653 total violent crimes (which ranked 34th in the nation) and with a violent crime rate of 0.25% (which ranked it 41st among all the states including DC & PR). Of the total number of violent crimes, 92 were murders, 1,140 were forcible rapes, 2,413 were robberies, and 6,008 were aggravated assaults.

Property Crime. Oregon had 125,723 total property crimes. Of the total number of property crimes, 21,901 were burglaries, 93,619 were larceny/thefts, and 10,203 were motor vehicle thefts.

Law Enforcement. Oregon had the 44th most law enforcement employees per population. Oregon ranked 50th in the nation for the most police officers per population.

For more Oregon crime information, please see the Oregon.gov Criminal History Record Checks website of the Oregon Public Records Unit.

Oregon Employment Background Check Products

InstantCriminalChecks.com offers two Oregon employment background check products: an Oregon county criminal background check and an Oregon state criminal background check.

The Oregon state criminal background check includes an Oregon Judicial Information Network Criminal Data, Oregon corrections background check, a sex offender record search of Oregon as well as the entire country, and a search of the Most Wanted List. The corrections background check pulls from felony and gross misdemeanor conviction records. The Oregon state criminal background check is “instant” and results are received within seconds of placing an order. The price of this product is only $24.95. For the full description, please visit our Oregon criminal background check webpage.

The Oregon county criminal background check will return felony and misdemeanor convictions and deferred judgments over the past seven years from the Circuit, Justice, and County courts. The Oregon county criminal check results are provided within one to three business days. The cost of this product is $24.95.

Other Oregon employment background check products include an instant national criminal background check that searches 46 states and D.C. (this product is $59.95) and a 3-state criminal background check (this product is $39.90).

*Sources: U.S. Census Bureau and FBI. “About Oregon” data is from 2011. “Oregon Crime Data” data is from 2012.