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 300 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 2024 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.


Jurisdiction Alert
05/16/2024 - Bibb, GA - Service Outages
Due to a suspected cyber security incident over the weekend, various electronic services have been made unavailable. Phone service has been restored, however, email and internet services (including Public Access) are still unavailable. Because this situation is evolving, contacting the court and periodically checking their site for restoration is suggested. We will post an update as we learn anything new.
02/20/2024 - Los Angeles, CA Revises Search Criteria Options for Criminal Name Searches
Beginning February 24, 2024, the Superior Court of Los Angeles, California will no longer include the month and the year of birth as criteria in its criminal name search engines. This change affects searches conducted via the court's on-site public kiosks and the court's website at
02/01/2024 - Kansas Update May 2024
Following the October 12, 2023 security incident, almost all Kansas District courts have restored online access to records. The court is only guarateeing accuracy of records up until the date of the security incident. All but two courts have finished updating and adding newly filed cases to the system. The two remaining counties not up-to-date are Finney and Sedgwick. To view the courts latest updates, visit