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La Paz County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are La Paz County Public Records?

According to Arizona law, La Paz County public records contain information created, kept, or received by a government agency if required to perform official functions, or according to law. State law specifies that La Paz County public records may be papers, maps, books, photographs, and other documentary materials regardless of physical form or characteristics. While the law provides access to most records, members of the general public cannot obtain certain information. For instance, the law restricts access to some medical records, confidential law enforcement records, birth records, and death certificates.

In addition to government agencies, county public records may also be obtained from third-party websites. These non-government platforms come with intuitive tools that allow for expansive searches. Record seekers may either opt to use these tools to search for a specific record or multiple records. Users are able to search third-party websites remotely for multiple records at a time with just the name of the record subject and their last known location, including the city, county or state. Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

La Paz County Crime Statistics

La Paz County crime statistics are available online via annual reports published by the Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS). In 2020, the agency’s report showed 504 total index crimes, including 3 rape incidents, 6 robberies, 63 aggravated assault cases, 144 burglary incidents, 199 cases of larceny-theft, 79 motor vehicle thefts, and 10 cases of arson. Compared to the agency’s 468 total reported in 2019, La Paz County saw a 7.7% reduction in crime reports between both years. Furthermore, the AZDPS recorded a 3.26% reduction in the five years from 2016 to 2020.

Are La Paz County Criminal Records Public?

Members of the general public cannot access La Paz County criminal records. The AZDPS maintains criminal records but only provides access to persons requesting personal records, or government agencies authorized by law for specific reasons. Eligible requestors may complete a Record Review Packet and send it to the AZDPS by mail. Parties should note that each packet must include a completed fingerprint card, Record Review Contact Information Sheet, and a notarized authorization letter if required. Interested persons should mail requests for La Paz criminal records to:

Arizona Department of Public Safety
Criminal History Records Unit
P.O. Box 18450
Phoenix, AZ 85005-8450

How to Obtain La Paz County Police Reports and Arrest Records

Residents may request police reports and arrest records from the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office. Each requestor should contact the Sheriff’s Office with all known details of the desired record, such as names of arrested or involved persons, charge description, incident description and date, as well as arrest details where applicable. La Paz County arrest records and police reports cost $10.00 for the first 10 pages and $0.50 for each subsequent page. Record seekers should contact the Sheriff’s Office using the following information:

La Paz County Sheriff’s Office
109 Arizona Avenue
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6141
Fax: (928) 669-2008
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays through Fridays

How to Find Sex Offender Information in La Paz County

The Arizona Department of Public Safety maintains a public database that contains details of all registered sex offenders. Anyone can find La Paz County sex offender information by conducting an area, name, city, internet name, email, or non-compliance search. Public information on the database includes each offender’s full name, known aliases, current status, offense details, address, photograph, and physical description.

How to Find La Paz County Inmate Records

The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office provides public information on county inmates. Record seekers can find details via a public inmate list available on the Sheriff’s Office’s website. Alternatively, requestors can reach out to the Sheriff’s Office using the details below:

La Paz County Sheriff’s Office
109 Arizona Avenue
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6141
Fax: (928) 669-2008
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Mondays through Fridays

La Paz County Court Records

The court system in La Paz County features Superior, Justice, and Municipal Courts. While the Superior Court is the county’s court of general jurisdiction, the Justice Court exercises limited jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases. Typically, the Justice Court handles felony preliminary hearings, domestic violence and harassment cases, misdemeanors, and criminal offenses punishable by a maximum of six months in the county jail.

Municipal Courts in La Paz County hear criminal traffic cases, city ordinance and code violations, petty offenses, and misdemeanor crimes. Interested residents can locate courts at the following addresses:

La Paz County Superior Court
1316 Kofa Avenue
Suite 607
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6131
Fax: (928) 669-2186

Parker Justice Court
1105 West Arizona Avenue
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-2504
Fax: (928) 669-2915

Quartzsite Justice Court
555 North Plymouth Avenue
Quartzite, AZ 85346
Phone: (928) 298-3069
Fax: (928) 286-3683

Salome Justice Court
38226 Salome Road
P.O. Box 661
Salome, AZ 85348
Phone: (928) 264-1971

Parker Magistrate Court
1120 Arizona Avenue
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-0011
Fax: (928) 669-5247

Quartzsite Magistrate Court
465 North Plymouth Avenue
P.O. Box 583
Quartzsite, AZ 85346
Phone: (928) 927-7477
Fax: (928) 927-4332

Are La Paz County Court Records Public?

La Paz County court records are public records. State law provides public access to records created or maintained by the courts in the county. Requestors can visit the appropriate court to obtain information on court cases. However, members of the general public cannot access confidential La Paz court records, such as juvenile case information, sealed records, and other sensitive details.

How to Obtain La Paz County Civil Court Case Records

Civil court case records are obtainable from the La Paz County Superior Court Clerk’s Office. Record seekers should visit the office with all known record details, such as court dates, charge information, litigants’ names, and the court’s judgment. Each copy of a La Paz civil court case record costs 50 cents per page. All persons should submit requests to:

La Paz County Superior Court
1316 Kofa Avenue
Suite 607
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6131
Fax: (928) 669-2186

Alternatively, requestors can find records online using the Arizona Judicial Branch Public Access Site. Access requires a $10.00 per-document pay-as-you-go option, or other available subscription-based monthly plans.

How to Obtain La Paz County Criminal Court Case Records

Residents should contact the Superior Court Clerk's Office for copies of La Paz County criminal court case records. Each request should properly describe the desired record and include applicable fees at $0.50 per page. Requestors should contact the office using the following details:

La Paz County Superior Court
1316 Kofa Avenue
Suite 607
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6131
Fax: (928) 669-2186

The Arizona Judicial Branch Public Access Site is available to persons seeking online records. Access to these records requires one of the provided monthly subscription options, or the pay-as-you-go request at $10.00 per document.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are La Paz County Vital Records?

Vital records are official records of life events such as divorces, marriages, births, and deaths. Interested persons can request La Paz County vital records from the county Health Department or the Superior Court Clerk’s Office. Record seekers should note that some La Paz vital records are not open to public disclosure.

Divorce Records

A La Paz County divorce record shows evidence that a married couple has legally ended their marriage. Divorce records may be court documents known as divorce decrees, containing detailed information such as support, alimony, settlement, or custody specifics. Divorce records may also be divorce certificates that confirm names, dates, and divorce locations. Parties interested in La Paz County divorce certificates should contact the Clerk's Office with available information at the address below:

La Paz County Superior Court
1316 Kofa Avenue
Suite 607
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6131
Fax: (928) 669-2186

Marriage Records

Record seekers can find information on solemnized county marriages by requesting La Paz County marriage records. The Superior Court Clerk's Office provides these records to all interested persons at $30.00 per copy. Each requestor must provide the names of married parties, date of marriage, and location of the marriage. Interested persons should submit requests for La Paz County marriage certificates to:

La Paz County Superior Court
1316 Kofa Avenue
Suite 607
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-6131
Fax: (928) 669-2186

Birth Records

La Paz County does not issue birth records. Interested persons may obtain birth records from the Arizona Department of Health Services by submitting completed copies of the Birth Certificate Request in English or Spanish. However, only the following persons can obtain La Paz County birth certificates:

  • The subject of the record
  • The subject’s spouse, adult child, adult sibling, adult grandchild, grandparent, parent, or guardian
  • Anyone with Power of Attorney
  • A requestor with a court order granting access

Each request should also include a self-addressed stamped envelope, and a copy of the front and back of the requestor’s government-issued picture ID with a signature, or a notarized copy of the signature. Eligible parties should submit requests for La Paz County birth records to:

Arizona Bureau of Vital Records
P.O. Box 6018
Phoenix, AZ 85005
Phone: (602) 364-1300

Death Records

The La Paz County Health Department maintains death records and entertains requests for copies. According to Arizona law, access to birth records is restricted to the following persons:

  • The decedent’s spouse, sibling, child, grandchild, parent, or grandparent
  • An attorney representing the decedent’s estate
  • An attorney representing a person with legal interest
  • A third-party applicant with signed and notarized authorization from an eligible requestor

Each requestor should submit an English or Spanish Death Certificate Request, a copy of a valid government-issued ID, and fees. Eligible parties should send requests to:

La Paz County Health Department
1112 S Josua Avenue
Suite 206
Parker, AZ 85344
Phone: (928) 669-1100