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The Public Record Retriever Network

Welcome to the home page of PRRN—the Public Record Retrieval Network!

Simply put, PRRN Members are professionals who access government records on-site at local, federal, and state courts or recorder's offices, to do name searches and/or obtain copies of file documents. PRRN Members are often hired to assist with the pre-employment screening, investigations, lending, litigation, or legal compliance.

As recognized leaders in local public record searching and document retrieval, PRRN Members agree to follow the highest ethical standards of professional conduct for local searching and document retrieval procedures as well as in all their dealings with other members and clients. With nearly 500 members in 48 states, PRRN is one of the largest U.S. trade groups representing professionals in the public records industry.

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Use the Link Below to Find a 2017 PRRN Member By Location

Click on the link to choose a county and state to find a local PRRN Member - or search by the company name.

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Jurisdiction Alert

August 09, 2017 - Arizona Superior and Justice Courts

Effective August 9, 2017, numerous Superior and Justice Court fees increased in Arizona. The Clerk's record search fee at the Superior Court increased from $27.00 to $28.00. The same increase also takes place for a record certification - from $27.00 to $28.00. Similar fee increases also occurred at the Justice Court level with the search and certification fees both increasing from $25.00 to $26.00.



August 01, 2017 - Louisiana Recorder Offices and District Courts

Effective August 1, 2017, the fee for a certified copy of a recorded document was increased from $5.00 to $10.00. Since the Clerk of the District Court is also the ex offico records, a number of Parish District Courts also increased their fee for certified copies, even though that fee increase was not part of the new law.



April 17, 2017 - New Idaho Court Online Access System Delayed

The Idaho Judiciary has delayed its transition to a new case management system called iCourt for court filing and records. The new system is an Odyssey product from Tyler Technologies and will replace the existing system called iStars. At this time Ada and Twin Falls counties are running on the new system, but ten more counties were scheduled to move onto the new system in the Spring of 2017. However, this has been delayed due to the need to fix some bugs and reportedly per revenue shortfalls in the counties.



April 17, 2017 - Rouses Point Village Court in Clinton County, NY

Effective April 1, 2017, this court location closed. All files and open cases were transferred to the Champlain Town Court.