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CLEAR for federal government investigations

Investigation software that helps you quickly find critical data points to build a full picture of a subject, witness, or business

Make the connections to deliver on your agency mission

Thomson Reuters CLEAR helps government investigators quickly find critical data points to build a full picture of a subject, witness, or business. Access current and transparent credit header, phone, and motor vehicle registration data, and be confident in your searches.

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CLEAR capabilities

Real-time incarceration and arrest gateway

Gain crucial insights to help improve community safety and close gaps in investigations with access to real-time booking records.

Batch volume searching

Conduct high-volume searches of current and historical public records at once with on-demand, fixed-rate options.

Healthcare and NPI records

Professional licensure information, National Provider Identifier (NPI) records, sanction records, and Expanded Healthcare License records across all professional healthcare taxonomies by state.

License plate recognition

Make data-driven connections with live access to license plate recognition to enhance and accelerate your investigations.

World-Check integration

OFAC and sanctions information to identify potential financial crime activity, including AML and financing terrorism.

CLEAR ID Confirm

Quickly identify and validate subject identities through a fully customizable interface using trusted CLEAR data.

Cell phone records

Ensure your phone searches bring back comprehensive results with cell phone, landline, TracFone, business and VoIP records.

Federal government pricing

Predictable, fixed-rate pricing is available for CLEAR under both the GSA and FEDLINK schedules, as well as open market.

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Thomson Reuters is not a consumer reporting agency and none of its services or the data contained therein constitute a ‘consumer report’ as such term is defined in the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), 15 U.S.C. sec. 1681 et seq. The data provided to you may not be used as a factor in consumer debt collection decisioning, establishing a consumer’s eligibility for credit, insurance, employment, government benefits, or housing, or for any other purpose authorized under the FCRA. By accessing one of our services, you agree not to use the service or data for any purpose authorized under the FCRA or in relation to taking an adverse action relating to a consumer application.