Can the public access your address from the electoral register?
I'm worried a stalker will find me
- Lost EquationLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
Find People using the Electoral Roll
192.com is the UK's leading people finder. Because 192.com searches more records than any other site, you are much more likely to find the person you're looking for.
The site offers much broader coverage of the UK population than any other site because it searches Electoral Rolls as well as Directory Enquiries and Director reports. This offers almost three times the coverage of searching the phonebook alone!
192.com gives you a complete profile of any person you find on the site. A typical profile will include full name, current address, age guide, phone number (where available), other household occupants, neighbours, property prices and even an aerial photo of their house.
Search the Electoral Roll
How to Search the Electoral Roll
Because 192.com allows you to search the Electoral Roll, you have access to much more flexible search options than you would with other people search engines.
Use Electoral Roll searching to search UK-wide – for example, you can search for "John Smith" without having to specify any type of location or current address. However, this might bring back a long list of results, so 192.com allows you to refine your Electoral Roll search by Other Household Occupants (e.g. spouse) or Likely Age (e.g. 35-39).
About the Electoral Register
The Electoral Register includes the names and addresses of the majority of UK citizens over the age of eighteen. Since 2003, 192.com has only published the edited Electoral Register annually. 2002 was the last year the full electoral register was available.
The current Electoral Roll is published on 192.com at the beginning of the year and updated quarterly. Historical Electoral Rolls date back to 2002 and require additional access rights to access.
Australian Electoral Rolls
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Electoral roll search The Australian electoral rolls are compiled each election-year with the mandate to include every Australian citizen age seventeen and older.
Due to the fact that voting is compulsory in Australia, citizens must, by law, sign up for the electoral register with their permanent address.
The electoral roll is made publicly accessible at all Australian Electoral Commission Offices for the purposes of voter verification and fraud prevention.
Specifically, we can find authorized entities such as public health agencies, members of Parliament, and medical researchers are also authorized to access the electoral role in order to obtain names , addresses, gender and birth dates.Source(s): http://www.192.com/people/electoral-roll/ http://australian-people-records.com/Electoral-Rol...
- kLv 66 years ago
There are much easier ways than from the electoral register to find somebody's address-
- okiknowitLv 76 years ago
Yes. Depending on the county it may or may not be available online and may or may not require payment of a fee. But when working on political campaigns I had access to one. They are needed to canvass the districts in which you need to focus your campaign.