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Flagstaff Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Flagstaff Public Records?

Flagstaff public records are records generated or received by governmental agencies in the transaction of public business or pursuance of law. These records are preserved by the agency as evidence of its functions, procedures, and operations. Public records in Flagstaff include books, photographs, papers, and all other documentary materials, notwithstanding physical form. Although there are no specific exemptions stated in the Public Records Law, several records are deemed confidential according to other state statutes. Some examples include health records, law enforcement records, and records of some legal proceedings.

Flagstaff Crime Statistics

The Flagstaff Police Department (FPD) publishes annual reports that contain crime statistics for the city. In the 2019 report, the FPD reported a total of 2,654 crimes, including 1 arson, 301 violent crimes, and 2,352 property offenses. Published violent crimes include 4 homicides, 27 rape cases, 40 robberies, and 198 cases of aggravated assault. Reported property crimes comprise 165 burglaries, 2,160 larceny-theft incidents, and 55 grand theft auto cases.

In 2018, the total number of Flagstaff crimes was 2,748. This includes increases in homicide (33%), rape (30%), and grand theft auto (8%). However, robbery (-13%), arson (-93%) and burglary (-17%) all decreased.

Are Flagstaff Criminal Records Public?

Flagstaff criminal records are not public records. Access to these records is restricted to some agencies authorized by law, such as child care institutions, licensure organizations, and law enforcement agencies. Child care organizations are required to request criminal history information on all employees before their start date and every five years after their resumption.

The Flagstaff Police Department charges $7 for personal requests. Each request requires fingerprinting services which cost an extra $6. Interested persons may book appointments online or call (928) 214-2530 Eligible requestors may visit the:

Flagstaff Police Department
Records Division
911 E Sawmill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Flagstaff criminal records are also obtainable from the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS). The DPS' Criminal History Records Section requires eligible persons to complete a Record Review Packet. Persons may request by calling (602) 223-2222 or submitting completed forms on the Criminal History Records Section page. The DPS will mail a copy of an existing criminal record within 15 days of receiving a completed Record Review Packet.

How to Obtain Flagstaff Police Reports and Arrest Records

The FPD issues copies of Flagstaff arrest records and police reports through its Records Division. Victims of Part 1 Crimes may request one copy for free. Subsequent applications, and requests from non-victims, cost $8 for the first 20 pages and 10 cents for each additional page. Interested persons may obtain records by sending written requests to the FPD. The application should include the names of involved persons, date, time, and location of event, and a report number if available. Depending on the nature of the incident and case status, request processing may take several days. Applicants may submit applications and picture ID by mail or in person using the following details:

Flagstaff Police Department
Records Division
911 E Sawmill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 214-2530
Fax: (928) 779-2703
Hours: 7:00 am to 5:30 pm, Mondays through Fridays

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Flagstaff

Flagstaff sex offender records are obtainable via the DPS' offender search page. Interested parties may conduct area, name, and city searches, providing information such as the offender's last and first names, address, internet name, or email. Residents may also check through a posted list of non-compliant Flagstaff sex offenders. Searchers can view each offender's full name, aliases, risk level, current status, and photograph. Other available details include a physical description, known addresses, and offense details. The registry also allows interested parties to register for email alerts to receive notifications when there is a change in a sex offender's status or registration details.

How to Find Flagstaff Inmate Records

Flagstaff inmates are incarcerated at the Coconino County Detention Facility in the city. The county jail does not list current or past inmates online. Persons seeking Flagstaff inmate records must contact the facility at:

Coconino County Detention Facility
Flagstaff Jail
951 E. Sawmill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 226-5200

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Flagstaff Jail?

Only video visits are allowed at the Flagstaff Jail. Family and friends of inmates may schedule visits by creating accounts with the jail's third-party vendor. Every week, each inmate is restricted to 60 cumulative minutes of free video visitation. The allocated time may be split into different visits. Visitors may use a kiosk at the Flagstaff Jail or conduct the visitation remotely. Visits are allowed every day, in three sessions. The sessions begin and end as follows:

  • 8:00 am to 11:30 am
  • 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
  • 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Prospective visitors may call (928) 226-5200 for more details on inmate visitation. Note that all persons must schedule visits in advance.

Court Records

The city of Flagstaff has Coconino County Superior and Justice Courts. The Superior Court is the county's court of general jurisdiction, with authority over all criminal and civil matters. The Superior Court may exercise jurisdiction over all cases, except cases that fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of another court. The Justice Court has limited jurisdiction over certain criminal and civil cases and may share some jurisdiction with the Superior Court.

Flagstaff also has a Justice Court and a Municipal Court with varying authority over city cases. Court cases are heard at the following locations:

Coconino County Superior Court
Coconino County Courthouse
200 North San Francisco Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7600

Coconino County Superior Court – Juvenile Division
1001 East Sawmill Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 226-5400
Fax: (928) 226-5454

Flagstaff Justice Court
Coconino County Courthouse
200 North San Francisco Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7650

Flagstaff Municipal Court
101 W. Cherry Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 213-3000
Fax: (928) 213-3010

Are Flagstaff Court Records Public?

Flagstaff court records are public records. Section 12-120.09 of the Arizona Revised Statutes states that Clerk of Courts should provide copies of court records to interested persons after receiving copy fees. However, records that have been sealed by court order are not accessible to the general public.

Can You Look Up a Flagstaff Court Case Online?

The Arizona Judicial Branch provides online access to statewide court records through its Public Access service. Users must provide a party's last name or a business name. Other options include a first name and date of birth. The Public Access platform also provides a case number search. From the search results, record seekers may obtain details such as case titles, categories, filing dates, and disposition information.

How to Obtain Flagstaff Civil Court Case Records

The Coconino County Clerk of the Superior Court maintains copies of Flagstaff civil court records. An interested party may contact the Clerk's Office and provide details of the civil record sought. Specifics should include party names, charge information, court event dates, and the final judgment or disposition. Requestors may include these details in written applications or visit the court for in-person requests. Note that depending on the request, varying fees may be applicable. Requests should be submitted to:

Clerk of the Superior Court
Coconino County Courthouse
200 North San Francisco Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7600

How to Obtain Flagstaff Criminal Court Case Records

Residents may obtain copies of Flagstaff criminal court records from the Coconino County Clerk of the Superior Court. Record seekers may visit the court or request by submitting written applications. The request should describe the desired record and provide information such as names, court dates, charges, and the court's final judgment. Requestors may be charged copy fees before records are made available. Interested parties must contact the Clerk's Office using the following information:

Clerk of the Superior Court
Coconino County Courthouse
200 North San Francisco Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7600

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What are Flagstaff Vital Records?

Flagstaff vital records are government-generated records that detail marriages, divorces, births, and deaths that happen in the city. Requestors may obtain these records from the Clerk of the Superior Court and the Coconino County Health and Human Services office.

Where and How to Obtain Flagstaff Divorce Records?

The Coconino County Clerk of the Superior Court provides copies of Flagstaff divorce records to interested persons. Requestors may obtain copies of divorce decrees and other non-confidential documents related to the divorce case. Persons seeking these records must furnish the Clerk's Office with the divorced parties' names, divorce date, and other known details that describe the record. Applicants must contact the court at the following address:

Clerk of the Superior Court
Coconino County Courthouse
200 North San Francisco Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7600

Where and How to Get Public Flagstaff Marriage Records

Public Flagstaff marriage records are available at the office of the Coconino County Clerk of the Superior Court. An applicant must provide the Clerk's Office with the full legal names of both parties, the marriage year, and the marriage license number, if known. Requestors may present these details in the form of written requests or visit the court for in-person requests. Note that the Clerk's Office may charge varying request fees to make copies of these records available. Interested persons must submit requests to the:

Clerk of the Superior Court
Coconino County Courthouse
200 North San Francisco Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 679-7600

Where and How to Get Confidential Flagstaff Marriage Records

Unless a court order restricts access, Flagstaff marriage records are public records. Access to these records is not restricted by the Superior Court Clerk.

Where and How to Find Flagstaff Birth Records

Flagstaff birth records are not public records. To protect confidentiality rights, the Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) office restricts access to the following requestors:

  • The registrant, if at least 18 years old, emancipated, or married
  • The registrant's parents, grandparents
  • The registrant's adult siblings, children, or grandchildren
  • The registrant's guardian or attorney
  • An attorney representing any of the above eligible persons
  • A requester with a court order granting access
  • A person with Power of Attorney

Eligible persons may request by mail or in person. A mail request requires a completed birth certificate application, also available in Spanish. Applications that do not contain the following information will not be processed:

  • The registrant's name
  • Date and place of birth
  • Hospital of birth
  • Mother's maiden last name
  • Father's information if the mother is married, or if the couple is unmarried but filed a paternity affidavit at the hospital
  • The requestor's relationship to the registrant

Each Flagstaff birth certificate costs $20 per copy, payable by a credit or debit card, personal check, money order, or a cashier's check. Checks and money orders should be made out to "Office of Vital Records." The requesting party must include the completed form with a copy of the front and back of a valid government-issued ID, proof of relationship to the registrant, a self-addressed and stamped envelope, and payment. Interested persons may visit the CCHS or send all required documents to:

Coconino County Health and Human Services
Vital Records
2625 North King Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 679-7281

Where and How to Find Flagstaff Death Records

The Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHS) issues copies of Flagstaff death records to eligible persons. These records are not public records and are therefore restricted to the decedent's:

  • Spouse
  • Parents named on the death record
  • Grandparents
  • Adult child, grandchild, or sibling
  • A funeral director or designee
  • A person responsible for the final disposition of remains
  • Anyone with Power of Attorney
  • A requester with a court order
  • An executor or beneficiary of the decedent's estate
  • A beneficiary of the decedent's life insurance policy
  • A hospital or healthcare institution with a claim

Eligible parties may complete a birth certificate application available in English or Spanish. The application must include the requestor's proof of eligibility, a self-addressed stamped envelope, and a check or money order made out to "Office of Vital Records." A copy of the front and back of the requestor's valid government-issued ID is also required. Access to Flagstaff death certificates may require additional documentation. Interested persons are advised to call (928) 679-7281 before sending requests or visiting the office. Contact details for the CCHS are as follows:

Coconino County Health and Human Services
Vital Records
2625 North King Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 679-7281