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Apache County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Apache County Arrest Records?

Apache county arrest records are documents containing the arrest history of offenders apprehended by the county’s law enforcement agency. The Apache County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for offenders’ apprehension and the management of arrest records in the county area. Interested persons may request arrest records from the records division of the Sheriff’s Office. The county’s official public records request form may also be completed.

Crime Statistics

The Arizona Department of Public Safety collates and manages crime statistics in the state of Arizona. According to the Crime in Arizona 201 report, Apache County had the second-lowest crime rate in the year with a total of 290 crimes recorded. Property crimes were the more common offense with 230 cases, and violent crimes amounted to 60 cases. Larceny was the most reported property crime with 127 cases. There were 93 cases of burglary crimes, of which 50 were forcible entries, and the remaining 43 were unlawful entries. Six cases of motor vehicle theft were also reported alongside 4 cases of arson. Aggravated assault was the most committed violent crime, with 49 cases reported during the year. Five cases of robbery and rape were also reported each, while only 1 case of murder was recorded throughout 2018.

What are Apache County Criminal Records?

Apache County criminal records contain criminal activity and history in the county area. The Apache County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the generation and maintenance of the county’s criminal records. At the state level, the Arizona Department of Public Safety generates and manages criminal records.

How Do I Get Apache County Criminal Records?

Apache county criminal records may be obtained from the records department of the Sheriff’s Office. The records clerk serves as the custodian for criminal records, and documents may be accessed in-person or via a written request sent through the mail. Interested persons may also fill the office’s official records request form and submit it via mail, to the following location:

370 South Washington
P.O. Box 518
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-4321

Custodians may charge some fees for retrieval of records and the number of copies requested.

How to Find Apache County Sex Offender Information

The Sheriff’s Office collates and keeps a registry of sex offenders in the county. Following state laws, sex offenders are grouped into three levels to signify their risk assessment score. While the information of offenders in the low-risk level is not accessible to the public, information of offenders classified in the intermediate risk level and high-risk level is available to the general public. The Arizona Department of Public Safety hosts a site for retrieving offender’s information in the state, including Apache County.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Apache County Jail?

The Apache County Sheriff’s Office handles the management of the Apache County Jail facilities. The jail is located at:

370 S Washington St,
St Johns, AZ 85936.
(928) 337-4321

On-site visitation days at the county jail are on Tuesdays till Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Only one visit is allowed per day for an inmate. All appointments are to be scheduled at least 24 hours before the visitation day. Visits should be scheduled in the county jail’s lobby, website, or through a phone call ( (877) 578-3658). Visitors are mandated to arrive before visitation time as the lateness of over 10 mins may result in the cancellation of visits.

Persons on parole or probation and persons with pending court cases are typically not eligible for visitation. Only two visitors may visit an inmate at the same time, except for visitors aged six and below. Visitors over 18 years of age are required to provide a valid identification document. Visitors below 18 years of age are required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Revealing outfits are prohibited on the county jail visit grounds. More information on the county jail visitation protocol is listed on the visitation webpage.

Where and How to Find Apache County Inmate Information

The Apache County Sheriff’s Office manages the information of incarcerated inmates in the county jail. The Sheriff’s Office hosts a website accessible to interested persons to obtain inmate information. Inquiry for inmate information can be made through inmate names.

What are Apache County Court Records?

Court records are utilized for court proceedings in Apache county courthouses. Court records are managed by the Clerk of the Superior Court. The Clerk is the custodian of court records, and interested persons may obtain records from the Clerk’s office. Requests for court records may be in-person or through the mail. Interested persons may also complete the court records request form and mail it to the Clerk’s office location:

Clerk of the Apache County Superior Court
P.O. Box 365
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-7550

Fees may apply following the clerk office’s fee schedule. Acceptable means of payment include cash, checks, money order, and credit cards. Include fees or proof of payment with the mail sent.

Location of All Courts in Apache County

Apache County Superior Court
Apache County Courthouse
70 West 3rd Avenue South,
P.O. Box 365,
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-7550

Chinle Justice Court
P.O. Box 888,
Chinle, AZ 86503
(928) 674-5922

Puerco (Sanders) Justice Court
County Road 7080,
P.O. Box 610,
Sanders, AZ 86512
(928) 688-2729

Round Valley Justice Court
130 South Mountain Avenue,
P.O. Box 1356,
Springerville, AZ 85938
(928) 333-4613

St. Johns Justice Court
Apache County Courthouse
70 West 3rd Avenue South,
P.O. Box 308,
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-7558

Eagar Municipal Court
130 South Mountain Avenue,
P.O. Box 1356,
Springerville, AZ 85938
(928) 333-4613

Springerville Municipal Court
130 South Mountain Avenue,
P.O. Box 1356,
Springerville, AZ 85938
(928) 333-4613

St. Johns Municipal Court
Apache County Courthouse
70 West 3rd Avenue South,
P.O. Box 308,
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-7558

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What are Apache County Vital Records

Apache county vital records contain the history of significant life events within the county area, such as birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records. Within the county area, the Apache County Public Health Services agency manages vital records and attends to requests for vital records from interested persons. The Clerk of Superior Court also serves as the custodian of some vital records. The Arizona Department of Health Services’ Vital Records Office is responsible for disseminating vital records to interested parties in Arizona.

Where and How to Get Apache County Divorce Records

Apache county divorce records may be obtained at the office of the Clerk of Superior Court. The Clerk is in charge of disseminating divorce records within the county area. Interested individuals may request records in-person or submit a written request via mail. Costs of $0.50 per page of record copy and a certification fee of $30 per document may apply. Requests may be made to:

Clerk of County Superior Court
P.O. Box 365
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-7550

Where and How to Get Apache County Marriage Records

The Clerk of Superior Court serves as the custodian of marriage records within the county area. Interested persons may obtain records by visiting the Clerk’s office and requesting in-person or sending a written request through the mail. Requests are made to the office location:

Clerk of County Superior Court
P.O. Box 365
St. Johns, AZ 85936
(928) 337-7550

The custodian charges $0.50 per page of records and a $30 certification fee for each document. An extra $7 is also charged for mailing fees.

Where and How to Get Apache County Birth Records and Death Records

Birth records and death records in Apache county may be obtained at the Apache County Public Health Services agency. The Health Department handles the maintenance and dissemination of birth records and death records within the county area. A valid identity document is required to obtain both records. Files may be obtained by putting in a request at the Health Department’s vital records office or sending a request via U.S mail. Requestors may also fill the Bureau of Vital Records birth records application form and death records application form. Requests are to be mailed to:

P.O. Box 6018
Phoenix, AZ 85005
(602) 364-1300

Charges of $20 may apply for requests of birth records and death records. Amendment of records incurs an additional $10 fee.