Prank calls could be one of the most irritating things in your everyday life. If you have received only a few, you probably haven't turned much attention to them. However, if you have received more than three prank calls, you probably started to feel nervous. You probably have wondered if this was really a prank caller or if it was someone that wanted to get you hurt. If you were threatened in any way, you didn't take it ligthly. You have a right to be afraid for your loved ones and yourself.
The problem is that the police aren't able to help you, unless you are being threatened in person. It's frustrating to know only the phone number of person but not who they are. However, you can immediately take action and take measures to stop the annoying caller. Whether it's an unlisted home phone (land-line) number or a cell phone number, you don't need help from the police to trace the person behind prank calls.
With all the records being available to public, you can make the search just by yourself. You will need to enter the phone number and wait for the results, that are being pulled out of the records database. You can get the number from your phone bill or the caller ID. You can ensure yourself that they are not dangerous, or get enough information for the police to search their criminal records, which are also provided. Yes, it is possible for you to find out if they have ever been involved in a crime, locally or nationally.
Next time, someone suspicious calls you, inform them that you have their name and address. Don't be afraid to say it back to them. They will probably freak out and never call you back again. However, if you feel threatened and even find out that they have a criminal arrest record, you should not answer the calls. Don't hesitate to inform the police and let them to do their job. They will consider the calls a priority and a serious threat if the person has a criminal record. If you are a victim of prank calls, don't take it any longer. Do something about it and learn how to take action on my topic-related blog: http://reversecalllookup.blogspot.com/