Inmate Access to Information from ADC’s Inmate Datasearch:
Pursuant to A.R.S. section 31-221(E), an inmate "shall not have access to any prisoner records other than viewing the prisoner's own automated summary record file." This means that, other than the AIMS report that inmates are allowed to receive once a year, they may not have any other information about their own or any other inmate’s prison record. This includes information regarding inmates downloaded and copied from the Arizona Department of Corrections website. If this information is sent to an inmate, it shall be treated as contraband. The sender will be liable to prosecution under A.R.S. section 13-2505 "Promoting Prison Contraband." This is a Class 5 felony subject to two and a half years in the Department of Corrections.
Note: Some ADC inmates have recently been victims of identity theft and fraud. In order to protect all ADC inmates from further victimization, ADC has removed their dates of birth from its public website.
Release dates and types have not been verified or audited by the Department and are subject to change.
Details of inmate offenses can be accessed by reviewing the case file at the Office of the Clerk of the Court where the case was adjudicated.
- If you are the victim of a crime please visit [Victim Services].
- For family and friends inmate issues, please visit [Inmate Services].
- For public records or reports, please visit [Public Access] or contact the Public Access Office via paccess [at] azcorrections.gov ([email]).