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In the State of Maine, criminal records are publicly available because the law enforcement agencies are concerned for the safety of the people living in the State; just like any other state. They have divisions for collecting and investigating information on almost any area of criminal activity out there. Attorneys of the State and Federal courts are there every day involved in each case that comes before a judge.
The criminal records of Maine are very extensive and painstakingly collected for later use in investigations and background checks.
There are several places online and around the State of Maine to research the criminal records in Maine. They are very helpful in directing you to the right place to find the information you need. This State's criminal justice program runs like a well oiled machine. Every mechanism has been put in place carefully to make sure that all information is as accurate and up to date as possible. The Maine criminal records can easily be accessed and are readily available.
Maine Criminal Records
State Bureau of Identification
State House Station #42
Augusta, ME 04333-0042