CLEAR plans and pricing

CLEAR for Law Enforcement Plus

Law enforcement plan

Start with the most complete plan for law enforcement investigations.

Credit header gateways – Access two real-time credit header gateways to receive the latest data updates linked to a name, address, phone number, date of birth, or Social Security Number (SSN) from all 50 states, D.C., and U.S. territories.

Motor vehicle gateway – Leverage real-time vehicle registration and lien holder information from 45 states and territories to access the most current information – registrations are often renewed annually and not all owners use financing options.

DMV records – Find state-issued department of motor vehicle licensure information for last reported addresses, but also including key demographic information like reported height, weight, hair color, and eye color.

Asset information – View ownership history and asset details related to watercraft, aircraft, vehicles, and real property to aid an investigation where unknown assets may create new leads.

Business data – Access current and historical records related to businesses, including addresses, phones, corporate filings, affiliations, and global sanctions to identify new connections or filing information.

Licenses – Identify healthcare licensure records from all states' boards and agencies issuing certificates, registrations, or licenses, as well as professional licenses issued to both professional or commercial entities.

Intellectual property – Access domestic and international trademarks, patents, and U.S. patent applications, and copyrights filed with the registering authority.

Reverse phone gateway – Search live phone records with access to millions of wireless and landline records, including ported indicators and the operating company.

Utilities data – Access more than 400 million nationwide records from national and regional telephone, cable, satellite, gas, electric, and water utility companies to find new addresses for known subjects.

Quick analysis flags – Evaluate a checklist of key information to efficiently identify potential risk indicators for a person or business, like OFAC listings, multiple SSNs, bankruptcy filings, criminal records, and deceased indicators.

Dashboard tools – Interact with key report details to filter your results faster and discover hidden information using address map, associate analytics, graphical display, news, and company family tree.

Web analytics – Find a subject's online web presence through search results from more than 20 billion traditional and 1 trillion deep web sources.

Web analytics – Provides access to both surface and deep web data and returns valuable intelligence not found through public records or traditional search engines. Search results include social networks, blogs, chat rooms, business affiliations, and much more.

My workspace – Link entities using visualization capabilities within the online interface to quickly analyze data. The ability to save results allow investigation to continue at a later date.

Alerts – Create an automated monitor of a person or business to trigger an alert whenever a modification or new data record is added to a profile.

How CLEAR pricing works

Choose the purchasing option that best meets the needs of your work method.

Predictive pricing

Ease financial planning and budgets by knowing what your bill will be every month. A monthly fixed commitment lets you confidently access our industry-leading content for your investigations. Pricing is based on the number of users you need, not the transactional amounts of data you use. That eliminates the need to constantly monitor usage to avoid additional charges.

Detroit Police Department

Without a shadow of a doubt, CLEAR is hands-down the best database we have. It’s the most up-to-date, especially as it relates to cell phones and subscriber information.
Sergeant Jason Sloan
Detroit Police Department
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