These are links to sites that distinguish – through a separate Web page or a label – between old and new content related to public records databases, public records directories, media collections of public records and investigative articles.
John Reid Associates – What’s New
National Genealogical Records
Ancestry.com – What’s New
RootsWeb – What’s New
World Vital Records – Recently Added Databases
National Public Records
Appriss VineLink – County and State inmates – New States
State and Federal Government Records
The National Archives – Access to Archival Databases – What’s New
Government Resources On the Web – University of Michigan Library Documents Center – What’s New
US Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics – New Publications
Federal Law Enforcement Agencies – What’s New
State Public Records – Media Collections
Newspapers have databases of public records that they have obtained from government agencies. I collect links to government public salary databases that provide the name or name and salary of employees and workers who are collecting pensions. These are hosted at government, newspaper and government watchdog association sites. The media websites with government employee pay databases often have other databases that can assist with due diligence and asset investigations: crime incidents, court filings, delinquent taxpayers, birth death and marriage recordings, arrests, new property transfers, unclaimed money and campaign contributions. Peruse the salary links to get to the websites for some of these other data sources.