Kyber Research is a unique firm that assists clients with requesting and retrieving public records from across the United States and the world. Kyber works with law firms, corporations, investment funds, nonprofit organizations, and other clients to retrieve a range of records from local, state, and federal agencies, including court documents, business and tax filings, criminal records, and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, among other public records.

Kyber’s public records specialists are licensed and certified in their local jurisdictions. Our team is committed to carrying out requests in a timely and organized manner to discretely meet your objectives. Kyber also provides consulting services to help clients design, build, and execute custom public records request programs.

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Engage Kyber to conduct public records requests and retrievals on a specific topic, business, government entity, or individual. Kyber will put its national network of specialists to work to complete the requests in a timely, discrete, systematic manner.


Work with Kyber’s experts to design, build, and execute a custom public records request program to achieve your objectives. This may involve making multiple or periodic requests across multiple jurisdictions and government agencies. For custom programs, Kyber brings to bear its research expertise and years or experience in executing these programs.

Background Check

A background check can help reduce risk, prevent fraud, and avoid negative publicity. Kyber can build out a public records background check to ensure you’ve covered your bases.

Litigation Support

On-the-ground public records specialists can be valuable in litigation situations to quickly request and retrieve key documents not found online.

Corporate Due Diligence

Considering a new vendor, business partner, investment opportunity, or acquisition? A thorough public records check can identify critical financial, legal, or regulatory information.

Board of Directors/Executive Vetting

A comprehensive review of a candidate’s personal and business public records can surface court or criminal records, regulatory issues, civil litigation, and other matters to consider before the hire is made.

Public Records

The list below includes a representative sample of the most commonly-requested types of public records Kyber requests on behalf of clients at the federal, state, and local levels.

Civil & Criminal Court Files: local, state, federal



Driver’s License Check: in available states

Voter Registration & History

Business Records: articles of incorporation, annual reports, delinquencies

Regulatory Records: local, state, federal

Campaign Finance Reports

Personal Financial Disclosures

Military Records (DD-214)

Law Enforcement: local, sheriff, 911 dispatch

Statewide Background Check

Tax Liens

Non-Tax Liens: UCC, construction, contractor

Property Tax Payments & Exemptions

Property Records: deeds, mortgages, assessments, foreclosures, trust identification

Utility Payments: in available states

Lobbying Reports

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

College Graduation / Yearbook Review

Network Coverage

Kyber’s network of certified and licensed public records specialists extends across the United States. Kyber’s network also fulfills requests globally, including recently in Europe, Asia, and Australia.

* Our network is always growing, please contact us for any project in the United States or internationally.


Aaron Baer

Managing Director

Aaron Baer has more than 20 years of experience in public records consulting work in both in the public and private sectors. Mr. Baer has served in senior roles in state government, including for former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, as well as campaigns at the state and federal level in Virginia, Louisiana, and Washington, DC. Originally from Topeka, Kansas, Mr. Baer earned his undergraduate degree from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas.


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