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Peoria Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Peoria Public Records?

Public records in Peoria are information received, stored, used, created, or managed by a public body in pursuance of the law or in connection with public business. Records include all papers, books, maps, and other documentary evidence, irrespective of the forms which these pieces of information may take. Note that Arizona courts are not subject to the Public Records Law but are instead subject to the Supreme Court Rule 123 which governs the disclosure of court records.

Peoria Crime Statistics

The Peoria Police Department provides online access to crime reports and crime reporting using the cityprotect.com platform. Within the last 6 months, the city of Peoria witnessed 895 thefts, 31 robberies, 165 burglaries, 278 incidents of vandalism, and four arsons. There were also 650 assaults within this time.

Are Peoria Criminal Records Public?

Criminal records in Peoria are generally accessible to the public. State and federal laws may restrict access to certain records such as juvenile records and in some instances, the police department may restrict records for the public interest, to preserve the integrity of their investigations or otherwise.

How to Obtain Peoria Police Reports and Arrest Records?

Peoria police reports and arrest records may be gotten from the records section of the Peoria Police Department. Interested parties may request records in person, by mail, or through email after filling out the records request form.

Requesters may visit the police department on weekdays excluding Friday between the hours of 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

8351 W. Cinnabar Ave
Peoria, AZ 85345

Parties may also call the records office within the same timeframe at (623) 773-7098 or send an email to Records@peoriaaz.gov. The police department may charge for record requests. Prices for reports and records may range from $0.15 to $43. Note that in-person requests can only be made with a Debit Card.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Peoria

The Arizona Department of Public Safety maintains an online sex offender registry. The registry was created in accordance with section 13-3827 of the Arizona Revised Statutes.

Should be clear enough. Please provide links to the city option (if any) as well as the state-managed registry. The names, addresses, and photographs of sex offenders who meet the criteria set by the law are available through this medium.

Searches may be customized using one of the following

  • Zip
  • Address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip plus

How to Find Peoria Inmate Records

Information on inmates in Peoria may be found on The Maricopa County Sheriff’s inmate search portal. Searches may be done using the inmate’s booking number or the name and date of birth. An interested party may also contact the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office at (602) 876-1000

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Peoria Jail?

Inmate visits at the Peoria jail may be either by onsite video visitation or remote visitation. To reschedule an onsite visit or receive a remote call an interested party must create a validated GTL account. Remote visitors should create a GettingOut account while onsite visitors should register on the onsite scheduler platform. The remote visit may only be initiated by an inmate. Family and friends on the outside can only receive a visit but cannot start one. Remote visits cost $0.25 per minute. Inmates may choose to have a video visit as often as desired within the hours of 7 00 a.m. and 10 00 p.m

Onsite visits are conducted via video link. Inmates are only permitted one onsite visit in a week and the visitors must not exceed two. Visitors should book ahead for an onsite visit which will last for 20 minutes. Onsite visits cost $7.95 which must be paid before the visit is confirmed.

Court Records

The city of Peoria’s Municipal Court is the only court within the city’s boundaries. It handles traffic violations, city code violations, criminal misdemeanors, orders of protection, and injunctions prohibiting harassment.

Location of Courts

Peoria City Municipal Court
10100 N 83rd Ave
Peoria, AZ 85345
Phone: (623) 773-7400
Fax: (623) 773-7407

Are Peoria Court Records Public?

Access to Peoria’s city court records is open to the public with the exemption of records that are classified by law or restricted by the decision of the court. For example, records of criminal cases that have been decided over 5 years ago will not be accessible.

How to Obtain Peoria Civil Court Case Records

Peoria’s civil court case records may be obtained by sending an email to the court at courtrecordsrequest@peoriaaz.gov. An interested party may also request a record using fax or by mail. Interested parties should contact the court at

10100 N 83rd Ave
Peoria, AZ 85345
Fax: (623) 773-7407

Requesters are required to fill in the Public Access To Court Records Request Form and attach it to the application. Fees may be charged for records requests and such fees may be paid using credit or debit cards, bank certified checks, or money orders.

Access to certain information on court cases before the city judge may also be found on the Arizona Judicial Branch’s public access to court information platform.

How to Obtain Peoria Criminal Court Records

Criminal case records in Peoria may be obtained from the court by mail, fax, or email. Requests for information should be sent to the county clerk using either if the following medium

10100 N 83rd Ave
Peoria, AZ 85345
Fax: (623) 773-7407
Email: courtrecordsrequest@peoriaaz.gov

Requesters must attach a completed Public Access to Court Records Request Form to the application alongside the appropriate fee.

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What are Peoria Vital Records?

Peoria’s vital records are records of births and deaths that occurred within the city. Peoria vital records are managed at either county level or state level dependent on the type of record required. Arizona is a closed record state and as such vital records within certain periods after its creation cannot be accessed by every member of the public.

Where and How to Obtain Peoria Divorce Records

Divorce records in Arizona are considered court records and are accessible to the public unless in exceptional situations. An interested party may apply to the clerk of the Maricopa Superior court to obtain a copy of a divorce decree. Records may be accessed in person by visiting the court clerk at either of these locations

Customer Service Center
601 W. Jackson
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Northwest Regional Court Center
14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane
Surprise, AZ 85374

Southeast Court Complex
222 E. Javelina Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85210

Northeast Regional Court Center
18380 N. 40th St., Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85032

An interested party may also call the clerk on (602) 372-5375 or send an email to supportservicecorrespondence@mail.maricopa.gov. Requests by mail should be sent to

Correspondence Section
Clerk of the Superior Court
201 West Jefferson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Interested parties may use the online E- access platform to look up a divorce record and confirm its availability but obtaining copies of the record will not be possible through this medium.

Where and How to Get Public Peoria Marriage Records

Peoria marriage records are maintained by the clerk of the Superior Court. Records may be accessed by visiting the clerk’s office at any of its locations listed below

Customer Service Center
601 W. Jackson
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Northwest Regional Court Center
14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane
Surprise, AZ 85374

Southeast Court Complex
222 E. Javelina Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85210

Northeast Regional Court Center
18380 N. 40th St., Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85032

An interested party may also mail in a request to:

Correspondence Section
Clerk of the Superior Court
201 West Jefferson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Requests must contain the full names of the parties to the marriage, the year the marriage took place, and the marriage license certificate number if known. Certified copies of the certificate will cost between $43.50 to $37.50. Requesters may also use the online request form. Through this medium, a copy of the registered license or abstract may be obtained.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Peoria

All marriage records in Arizona are considered court records and are open to the public unless restricted by the court in exceptional circumstances.

Where and How to Find Peoria Birth Records

Peoria birth records are not open to the public. Access is restricted under the Arizona Administrative Code to the following

  • The Registrant
  • Parents
  • Adult Siblings
  • Grandparents
  • Spouse
  • Adult child or Grandchild
  • Guardian
  • Persons designated by court order
  • An attorney representing the registrant, registrant’s parents, or guardian
  • A person designated by a power of attorney

Government agencies or other family members not listed above may obtain informational copies of the birth records subject to other requirements provided by the law.

An eligible party may obtain a birth record from the Arizona Department of Health Services online using a third-party website or by mail. A mail request should be made by filling out an application form and attaching a copy of a valid photo ID, evidence of eligibility a self-addressed envelope, and the appropriate fee to

P.O. Box 6018
Phoenix, AZ 85005

Alternatively, eligible persons may obtain a birth certificate from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. Requesters must fill an application form and attach a valid Photo ID and the required fee to the application. An application may be in person at any of the four locations of the county on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 4 30p.m.

Central Valley
3221 N 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 506-6805

East Valley
331 E Coury Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85210
(602) 506-6805

North Valley
2423 W Dunlap Avenue, Suite 110
Phoenix, AZ 85021
(602) 506-6805

West Valley
1850 N 95th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85037
(602) 506-6805

Requests may also be by mail to:

MCOVR (Maricopa County Office of Vital Registration)
P.O. Box 2111 – Phoenix AZ – 85001

Where and How to Find Peoria Death Records

Death records in Peoria are only accessible to persons specified under the Arizona Administrative Code. These persons include

  • A funeral director or agent
  • Spouse
  • Parent grandparent
  • Adult grandchild
  • Adult child
  • Siblings
  • Persons responsible for the final disposition
  • Persons designated by a power of attorney
  • Executors or beneficiaries of the deceased estate
  • Persons named in a court order
  • Insurance or financial institutions
  • Hospitals or healthcare institutions
  • Persons with a claim against the deceased estate
  • An attorney representing an eligible person
  • A beneficiary of the deceased life insurance policy
  • Government agency
  • Consulate of a foreign government

Other family members of the deceased and government agencies not captured above may make requests for research or official purposes but will only be granted access to informational copies of records and not certified copies.

Eligible persons may obtain death records from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) or the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. Interested parties may attach a completed divorce certificate application form alongside a copy of a valid photo ID, proof of eligibility, and the appropriate fee to

P.O. Box 2111
Phoenix, AZ 85001

Requests may be made to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. Applications may be submitted in-person on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. to 4 30 p.m. at any of the county’s four locations

Central Valley
3221 N 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 506-6805

East Valley
331 E Coury Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85210
(602) 506-6805

North Valley
2423 W Dunlap Avenue, Suite 110
Phoenix, AZ 85021
(602) 506-6805

West Valley
1850 N 95th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85037
(602) 506-6805

A signed application form may be attached to a copy of a valid photo ID, proof of eligibility, and the required fees to

MCOVR (Maricopa County Office of Vital Registration)
P.O. Box 2111 – Phoenix AZ – 85001