Arizona Criminal and Arrest Records

Arizona Criminal and Arrest Records

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What are Arizona Criminal Records?

A criminal record serves as a document of data on an individual’s criminal activity, such as police arrests and convictions. This resource is intended for a wide range of reasons by the state of Arizona, local counties, and federal administrators. It might be used for identifying individuals and discovering probable perpetrators in unsolved criminal acts. Criminal history records can be helpful for judges in determining sentences for repeat offenders. Criminal records are also a standard in most background checks.

Arizona Arrest and Criminal Records at the state level.

Court records for Arizona criminal case checking online: Public access to court information can be done with https://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/caselookup.aspx. 177 or the 184 courts in the state of Arizona are included in the database except for Maricopa and Pima counties. See county resources below for direct links.
Statewide criminal history records: can be checked at the state level through the Arizona Department of Public Safety. This resource is typically used for employment checks and copies of criminal records are restricted to authorized individuals/agencies. See – https://www.azdps.gov/services/public/records/criminal.
Inmate Records: Inmate Access to Information from the Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC) Prison Inmate Datasearch: https://corrections.az.gov/public-resources/inmate-datasearch. This is the state prison database for county jail records see below.
Sex Offender Registry in Arizona: http://icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=55662

Arizona Criminal Records at the county level.

Maricopa County – Phoenix
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $5,000, Probate, Family)
601 W Jackson St Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-372-5375
Access records: online, onsite, mail, and fax.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/docket/CriminalCourtCases/
Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
620 W Jackson Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-372-6300
Access records: Online, onsite, mail.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – http://justicecourts.maricopa.gov/FindACase/casehistory.aspx
Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
300 W Washington St Valdemar A Cordova Bldg Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-262-6421
Court records can be requested online at https://www.phoenix.gov/court/recordsrequest.
City Courts (Smaller city-level courts deal with Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance records)
El Mirage City Court – No online request http://www.cityofelmirage.org/1111/City-Court
Glendale City Court – Has online request http://glendale.hosted.civiclive.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=15209085&pageId=15322223
Scottsdale City Court – Has online request https://eservices.scottsdaleaz.gov/Court/Case
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO)
Jail Inmate Records Search – https://www.mcso.org/InmateInfo
Last 3 days Arrested Inmate Mugshots – https://www.mcso.org/Mugshot
Sex Offender Search – http://www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=54780
Outstanding Warrants – https://www.mcso.org/technocop
Phoenix Police Department (PPD)
Police Department Records Request – https://phxpublicsafety.dynamics365portals.us/

Pima County – Tucson
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $10,000, Probate, Family)
110 W Congress St, Rm 241 Tucson, AZ 85701
520-724-4200
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, phone.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – http://www.agave.cosc.pima.gov/PublicDocs/
Pima County Consolidated Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
240 N. Stone Ave, 2nd Fl Tucson, AZ 85701
520-724-3171
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, fax.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – http://www.jp.pima.gov/CaseSearch/
South Tucson Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
1601 S 6th Ave Tucson, AZ 85713
520-917-1568
https://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/
Tucson City Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
Tucson City Court PO Box 27210 Tucson, AZ 85726
520-791-4216
Court defendant search online at – https://www.tucsonaz.gov/courts/court-defendant-search
Pima County Sheriff’s Department
Jail Arrest Inmate Lookup – https://www.sheriff.pima.gov/inmate/
Police report – https://www.pimasheriff.org/forms-reports/request-incident-report

Pinal County – Florence
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $5,000, Probate, Family, Eviction)
971 Jason Lopez Cir Bldg A Florence, AZ 85132
520-509-3555
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, phone.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above or http://www.coscpinalcountyaz.gov/request-records.html
Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
400 S Central Ave Florence, AZ 85132
520-866-7194
Access records: Online, onsite, mail.
No public terminals.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
775 N Main St Town Hall Florence, AZ 85132
520-868-7514
Pinal County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO)
Search Jail Inmates – http://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Sheriff/Pages/SearchInmates.aspx
Accident reports and other records – http://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Sheriff/Pages/Records.aspx
Sex Offender – http://www.icrimewatch.net/index.php?AgencyID=55662

Yavapai County – Prescott
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $10,000, Probate, Family, Eviction)
120 S Cortez St, Rm 207 Prescott, AZ 86303
928-771-3312
Access records: Online, onsite, mail.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
120 S Cortez, Rm 103 Prescott, AZ 86303
928-771-3300
Access records: Onsite, mail, fax.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
7501 E Skoog Blvd, 1st Fl Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
928-772-8277
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office
Online Inmate Search – http://apps.yavapai.us/inmatesearch/InmateSearchYC.asp
Online Warrants Search – http://apps.yavapai.us/warrantsearch/
Public Fingerprinting Services – http://www.ycsoaz.gov/fingerprinting-services

Mohave County – Kingman
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $10,000, Probate, Family, Eviction)
401 E. Spring Street Kingman, AZ 86402
928-753-0713
Access records: Onsite, mail, fax, phone.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
524 W Beale St Kingman, AZ 86401
928-753-0710
Access records: Onsite, mail, fax, online.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
219 N 4th St Kingman, AZ 86401
928-753-8193
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Mohave County Jail Inmate List
https://resources.mohavecounty.us/file/Sheriff/InmateListFolder/Inmate%20List.pdf
Probation Most Wanted
http://www.mohavecourts.az.gov/probation/mostwanted.html
Active Warrants
http://www.mohavecourts.az.gov/Apps/Warrant/warrant/warrant.aspx

Yuma County – Yuma
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $5,000, Probate, Family, Eviction)
250 W 2nd St, #B Yuma, AZ 85364
928-817-4210
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, fax.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
County Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
250 W 2nd St, #A Yuma, AZ 85364
928-817-4100
Access records: Online, onsite, mail.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Yuma Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
1515 S 2nd Ave Yuma, AZ 85364
928-373-4800
Request Court Records – https://www.yumaaz.gov/court/request-court-records.html
Yuma County Sheriff’s Office
Inmate web portal – http://inmatesearch.yumacountysheriff.org/NewWorld.Aegis.WebPortal/Corrections/InmateInquiry.aspx
Criminal History Record Check – https://www.yumacountysheriff.org/services-criminal_history.html
Fingerprinting Services – https://www.yumacountysheriff.org/services-fingerprint.html
Incident, Case, and Traffic Accident reports at – https://www.yumacountysheriff.org/services-reports.html

Coconino County – Flagstaff
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $5,000, Probate, Family, Eviction)
200 N San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001
928-679-7600
Access records: Online, onsite, mail.
No public terminals.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
200 N San Francisco St, 1st Fl Flagstaff, AZ 86001
928-679-7650
Access records: Online, onsite, mail.
No public terminals.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Flagstaff Municipal Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)
15 N Beaver St Flagstaff, AZ 86001
928-774-1401

Cochise County – Bisbee
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $10,000, Probate, Family)
100 Quality Hill St Bisbee, AZ 85603
520-432-8600
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, fax.
Public terminals are available for criminal record lookup.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
207 N Judd Dr Bisbee, AZ 85603
520-432-9540
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, fax.
No public terminals.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Cochise County Sheriff’s Office
Inmate list – https://www.cochise.az.gov/sites/default/files/sheriff/public_info/inmate_list.pdf
Jail inmate records with mugshots – https://www.cochise.az.gov/sites/default/files/sheriff/public_info/mug_shots.pdf
Sheriff Public Records Request Form – https://www.cochise.az.gov/sheriff/sheriff-public-records-request-form

Navajo County – Holbrook
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Actions over $5,000, Probate, Family, Eviction)
100 E Code Talkers Dr Holbrook, AZ 86025
928-524-4188
Access records: Online, onsite, mail, fax.
No public terminals.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Justice and Magistrate Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Actions under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Traffic)
121 W Buffalo Holbrook, AZ 86025
928-524-4720
Access records: Mail, inside, online.
No public terminals.
Online Criminal Records Search at – Use statewide system above.
Inmate Housing Report
http://www.navajocountyaz.gov/Departments/Sheriff/Detention-Center/Inmate-Information/Inmate-Housing-Report

Most Common Crimes Which Show up on Arizona Arrest Records

Drug-Related Crimes in Arizona
In the present-day world, a number of people have a problem with drug addiction or misuse at some stage in their lives. When someone has a drug linked crime on their criminal record, it signifies they have been using, manufacturing, or selling drugs that by law are viewed as illegal substances. Some instances of drug crimes may include selling pain pills illegitimately, running a meth lab, or using cocaine at a party. As there are many forms of prohibited drug activities, there are numerous drug crimes.
Larceny / Theft in Arizona
Theft is oftentimes referred to as larceny. Legally, larceny occurs when someone illicitly takes another individual’s belongings without having any intent on returning it. Many different types of larceny exist; even so, the essential definition will involve the illegal taking someone else’s property from a place that’s not their home and without resorting to any force for this. Robbery, burglary, and larceny are unique violations. Robbery happens when a person uses force or threatens to use force in the taking of belongings. A burglary takes place when someone illegitimately enters a home or other building for taking something.
Burglary in Arizona
Any time a person enters a residence or business for the intended objective of carrying out a criminal act, then the charges are registered as burglary. They do not need to break a window or pick a locking mechanism to get in. Walking through an open door will still cause officers to file charges under this classification.
Robbery in Arizona
Robbery differs from theft because it involves stealing belongings from an individual who is physically present. To illustrate, a scenario involving armed men who forcefully takes cash from a bank teller fits the meaning of ‘robbery’ as a consequence of intent, threat or utilization of force and direct removal of capital from an individual or business.
Assault/Battery Arizona
Assault occurs when somebody scares another individual by threatening to cause them physical harm. As an illustration, if an individual threatens to “beat someone up’, they’re assaulting them under the statutes of U.S. law. Once they actually proceed with their plans and do injure the victim, then it is a charge of battery. Frequently, assault and battery are charged as one single assault statute in many states.
DWI/DUI in Arizona
In every state, it’s a criminal offense to operate a vehicle while affected by drugs or alcohol, including prescription medication. The offense is known as Driving under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or some other label, depending upon the state.
Disorderly Conduct in Arizona
Disorderly conduct is participating in any activity which will disrupt the peaceful, quiet, and enjoyment of other people. The legal guidelines regarding this act vary from each state and city, but it’s typically any non-peaceful situation.
Criminal Traffic Violations in Arizona
A charge of criminal traffic violation may be applied whenever a motorist is believed to be violating traffic code in a manner that justifies a conviction of a misdemeanor offense. Unlawful traffic violations could cause a motorist to be placed under arrest. Some of the more common traffic violations include DUI, reckless driving, deliberately driving with an invalid license and fleeing a crash scene with damage to another automobile.
Fraud in Arizona
Some people take part in fraud as a way to manipulate or bamboozle people out of their money or belongings. It really is cheating or swindling another person. With respect to the specific act, the fraud charge may be either criminal or civic. In the case that the crime is presented by a government prosecutor, it’s a criminal charge, while the victim on their own can file for a civil charge. Occasionally, the individuals who have committed fraud can be charged in both forms of cases.
Vandalism in Arizona
Vandalism will involve willfully damaging, defacing, or altering someone else’s premises. An individual can be accused of vandalism should they have spray painted another individual’s property, defaced public property, a park bench, scraped or keyed a motor vehicle, or slashed someone’s tires. Being in possession of a means to commit vandalism can also result in a man or woman being charged with this criminal offense.

Types of Arrest Records in Arizona.

Arizona Infractions Records
A small offense code is given if somebody violates a regulation within a state or town jurisdiction. Quite often, the infraction is over a local traffic rule. These are typically insignificant violations that are not regarded as major unlawful acts. Commonly known as civil offenses, incarceration, is never used as punishment, and the individual is instructed to pay fines to compensate for their wrongdoing.
Arizona Misdemeanor Arrest
The primary difference between a misdemeanor and a felony hinges on the magnitude of punishment which can be applied, as specified by the legal guidelines of individual states. In most cases, criminal acts with a possible jail sentence of up to 12 months are classified as misdemeanors, as opposed to felonies which are usually defined as criminal offenses with a possible jail sentence of more than 1 year. A judge will make the call on if a criminal offense is considered a misdemeanor or a felony.
Arizona Felony Arrest
If an individual commits a felony, common law states that it’s an offense that may be penalized by more than a year in prison than the less-serious misdemeanor which is typically less than a year in jail. The difference concerning the two sentences deviates according to which state you reside in.
Arizona Juvenile Arrest
Teenagers along with older adults who got in trouble with the police as minors quite often wonder whether or not they can have their records sealed or expunged. Most of the time, sealing or expunging a record is entirely possible. However, in certain states there exists a clear distinction among the two terms. Sealing records suggests that they’ll be tough for other folks to access. Expungement conversely will involve destroying or getting rid of them from the record altogether.
Arizona Arrest Warrant
When a person is wanted for enacting a criminal offense or the suspicion of unlawful acts, then the district attorney will file a request in court for an arrest warrant. The warrant gives the law enforcement officials the legal right to bring whomever to jail and hold them till they can see a judge. There are usually limitations on how the warrants can be served, for instance bench warrants are only served on routine traffic stops or whenever a person is brought in for something else. However, a warrant for homicide or another major crime results in a manhunt to bring the person into custody. The type of violation determines the vocabulary of the warrant.
Difference Between Prison vs Jail Arrests in Arizona
A prison sentence and a jail sentence differ in that jails are often used by regional administrators for temporary holding needs while prisons are used for long term sentences. Jails are often additionally utilized for criminals awaiting trial.
Arizona Expungement of Recordshttps://www.azlawhelp.org/articles_info.cfm?mc=13&sc=66&articleid=147
Everyone needs a fresh start from time to time and, due to record expungement, that could be possible even for people who have perpetrated crimes. If somebody has their records expunged, the crimes no longer exist officially and so are no longer accessible to the public. Typically, expungement is achievable for charges, arrests, and modest convictions; having said that, this is different from region to region. Several states even permit felony expungements.

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