1) Free searches - listed below. Arizona provides free access to a wide range of criminal record databases. To do your own search we suggest that you start with the resources below under “Featured Public Records.” Search for criminal court records statewide using the resource for Arizona Public Access to Court Information or go right to the Maricopa County Criminal Court database if you’d like to search in that Area. Check your subject’s name against the databases for statewide registered offenders, Department of Corrections inmates, federal inmates, and federal criminal court records (the inexpensive PACER system). You can also use the available city and county databases below for criminal court records, dockets, and inmates in the areas where your subject has resided.
2) Arizona Department of Public Safety. Another option is to use the resource below for the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) and order a statewide criminal history check. They offer variations of the record search, such as employee background checks, fingerprint clearance cards, clearance letters, and criminal record reviews. Fees vary and results are sent by mail. Results do not include U.S. Federal Records, so we recommend a PACER search and a Federal Bureau of Prisons search as well.
3) Search Systems State, National, and International Criminal Records. Criminals don't stop at state borders. Expand your search with our Search Systems Premium criminal record database - the largest available to the public online containing over 450 million criminal records in all states. Includes over 70 national and international terrorist, debarred persons, and most wanted databases. The cost per search is $14.95 and results are immediate. See Inside Edition's report on YouTube.
Our Arizona records include felony, misdemeanor, and traffic court records from most county courts; Department of Corrections inmate records; and registered registered offenders. A search of Arizona records only is $9.95, immediate results.
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