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Buckeye Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Buckeye City Public Records?

As provided in the Arizona Public Records Law, Buckeye public records are information received or generated by a government department or agency in the exercise of public functions. Buckeye public records include books, photographs, papers, and all other documentary materials, irrespective of physical form or characteristics. Not all Buckeye public records are however accessible to the public, some exemptions include:

  • Home address or telephone number of government personnel
  • Personal information of a witness to a crime
  • Information that relates to the location of archaeological discoveries

Buckeye City Crime Statistics

The City of Buckeye Police Department maintains records of crime within the city in the Uniform Crime Reporting Format. In the year 2019, Buckeye recorded 1,372 crimes; 106 violent crimes, and 1,266 property crimes. The most common property crime was Larceny- Theft with 1,048 reported incidents. The most violent crime was aggravated assault with 69 reported cases. Other published violent crimes include 2 murders, 26 sexual assault offenses, 9 robberies. Property crimes reported also comprised 46 burglaries, 69 auto thefts, and 3 arsons. In comparison to 2018, all the reported crimes experienced a reduction with the exemption of murder, auto theft, and arson. Murder increased by 100%, auto theft by 8 %, and arson by 200%.

Are Buckeye City Criminal Records Public?

Buckeye criminal records are only accessible to authorized agencies and individuals. Authorized agencies include law enforcement agencies and child care institutions. Owners of a criminal record may also obtain personal criminal history records for review. Interested persons may obtain criminal records from the Arizona Department of Public Safety by sending a Record Review Contact Information Sheet and a fingerprint form to:

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

The Buckeye Police Department does not provide fingerprinting services to the general public unless under court order. Interested persons may make use of third-party fingerprinting companies.

How to Obtain Buckeye City Police Reports and Arrest Records

Buckeye police reports and arrest records are issued by the records division of the Buckeye Police Department. Interested persons may visit the office in person on any weekday (except Friday) between 8 00 a.m. and 5 00 p.m. at

21699 W. Yuma Road, Suite 104
Buckeye, AZ 85326

The police department charges $5 for reports within 10 pages, $10 for reports of 11 - 20 pages, and $15 for reports of 20 pages or more. Payment may be made by credit or debit card only.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Buckeye City

Information n registered sex offenders in Buckeyey may be found using the Arizona Sex Offender Registry maintained by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. Interested persons may search for offenders in an area by providing the Zip code, address, and city. Users may also find Buckeye sex offender information offenders by providing the offender’s full name, an internet name, or email. Searchers may view an offender's photograph, full name, risk level, current status, and aliases. Other available details include a physical description, known addresses, and offense details. Interested parties may also register to be notified via email alerts when a registered sex offender moves within a registered radius.

How to Find Buckeye City Inmate Records

Records on Buckeye inmates are maintained by the Maricopa County Sheriff. Interested persons may find inmates at any of the county jail facilities using the inmate information portal. Information on inmates may be found by providing the inmate’s full name, date of birth, or booking number.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Buckeye City Jail?

The Maricopa County Sheriff maintains eight jail facilities. Visitations at any of the facilities may be carried out through on-site video visitation or remote video visitation. visitors are required to create a GTL account to schedule visits. Remote visits cost $0.25 and may be initiated by the inmate at any time. On-site visits cost $7.95 for a 20-minute slot. Inmates are entitled to a free 20-minute visit per week which may be used for onsite or remote video visitation. The address of the various facilities are:

Fourth Avenue Jail
201 South 4th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003

512 Facility
2670 South 28th Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Estrella Jail
2939 West Durango Road
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Intake, Transfer, and Release (ITR)
2670 South 28th Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Lower Buckeye Jail
3250 West Lower Buckeye Road
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Towers Jail
3127 West Gibson Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Transportation Hub
2670 South 28th Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Watkins Jail
2680 South 28th Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85009

Court Records

Buckeye falls under the jurisdiction of the Maricopa County court system. This system is made up of Superior Courts, Justice Courts, and Municipal Courts. However, the city of Buckeye is only home to a Municipal Court. The Buckeye Municipal Court hears cases related to local ordinance violations.

Location of Courts

Buckeye Municipal Court
21749 West Yuma Road
Suite 101
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Phone: (623) 349-6510
Fax: (623) 349-6151

Are Buckeye City Court Records Public?

Buckeye city court records are public records. Any member of the public may obtain Buckeye court records unless restricted by statute or expunged by the court.

How to Obtain Buckeye City Civil Court Case Records

Interested persons may access Buckeye city civil court case records online using the Public Access portal maintained by the Arizona Judicial Branch. Searches require users to provide the party’s full name, business name, or case number. From the search result, users may find case dispositions, case files, and filing dates.

Buckeye civil court records are kept by the Maricopa Superior Court clerk. Residents may access Buckeye civil court case records using the Maricopa County Civil Case History Portal. Email, fax, or mail requests may to

Correspondence Section
Clerk of the Superior Court
201 West Jefferson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: (602) 372-537
Fax: (602) 506-7619
Email: supportservicecorrespondence@mail.maricopa.gov

In-person requests may be made on any weekday between 8 00 a.m. and 5 00 p.m. at any of the locations of the clerk’s office below:

Customer Service Center
601 West Jackson
Phoenix, AZ 85003

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

Southeast Court Complex
222 East Javelina
Mesa, AZ 85202

Northeast Regional Court Center
18380 North 40th Street
Suite 120
Phoenix, AZ 85032

All requests should provide as much information on the required case as possible to enable the clerk to find the required record.

How to Obtain Buckeye City Criminal Court Records

Buckeye court criminal court records are available to the public through the Maricopa County Superior Court clerk. Interested persons may request records in person from any of the office locations on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 5 00 p.m. Alternatively, requests may be sent to the clerk’s office by email, fax, or mail.

Correspondence Section
Clerk of the Superior Court
201 West Jefferson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: (602) 372-537
Fax: (602) 506-7619
Email: supportservicecorrespondence@mail.maricopa.gov

Requesters may be charged fees to obtain the records and will need to provide sufficient information on the case such as the case number, name of parties,

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

What are Buckeye City Vital Records?

Buckeye vital records are official records of important life events within the city. They include records of births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. Interested persons may obtain Buckeye vital records from the Maricopa Superior Court Clerk, Maricopa County Public Health Department, or the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Where and How to Obtain Buckeye City Divorce Records

Buckeye divorce records may be obtained from the Maricopa Superior Court Clerk. Interested persons may obtain a copy of the divorce decree and other non-restricted records. To obtain the record, interested parties must provide information such as the names of the parties to the divorce, divorce date, and other known details that describe the record. To obtain the record residents can contact the clerk at

Clerk of the Superior Court
201 West Jefferson Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: (602) 372-537
Fax: (602) 506-7619
Email: supportservicecorrespondence@mail.maricopa.gov

Divorce records cost 50 cents per page and an additional $30 if certification is required.

Where and How to Get Public Buckeye City Marriage Records

Buckeye marriage records are available at the office of the Maricopa Superior Court County Clerk. Interested persons may obtain a Buckeye marriage certificate in person, online, or by mail. For online requests, interested persons may complete the license request form. Interested parties may also send in a written request containing the Full names of the couple, the date and place of marriage, and the license number. The written request should be sent along with a self-addressed envelope to:

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

Uncertified copies of the record cost $0.50 while certified copies cost an additional $30.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Buckeye City

All marriage records in the city of Buckeye are public records and may be accessed by members of the public unless restricted by a court order.

Where and How to Find Buckeye City Birth Records

Buckeye birth records are not public records and may only be accessed by eligible persons. Persons eligible to obtain a Buckeye birth record include:

  • The registrant, if at least 18 years old, emancipated, or married
  • The registrant's grandparents or parents
  • The registrant's adult siblings, children, or grandchildren
  • The registrant's guardian or attorney
  • An attorney or a legal representative representing any of the above eligible persons
  • A requester with a court order granting access
  • A person with Power of Attorney granted by the parent or guardian
  • A government agency, as authorized by law, in the exercise of its official function

An eligible party may obtain a birth record from the Arizona Department of Health Services by mail. Interested persons may send an application form, 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, a Buckeye birth certificate may be obtained from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. Interested persons may apply in person or by mail. For mail applications, requesters may send a completed application form (available in Spanish) a valid photo ID, and the appropriate fee to

Maricopa County Office of Vital Registration
P.O. Box 2111
Phoenix, AZ 85001

Requesters may also visit any of the County Health Department offices on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 4 30 p.m. the office locations are

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

East Valley
4419 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85205
(602) 506-6805

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

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

Birth certificates cost $5 for uncertified copies and $20 for certified copies. Payment may be made by cash (only for walk-in requests), cashier’s check, money order, or credit card.

Where and How to Find Buckeye City Death Records

Buckeye death records are restricted records available to only eligible members of the public. Persons eligible to obtain a Buckeye death certificate include:

  • Spouse of the deceased
  • Parents named on the death record
  • Grandparents of the deceased
  • Adult child, grandchild, or sibling of the deceased
  • 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
  • Government agencies in the exercise of an official function

Interested, eligible persons may obtain Buckeye death records from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health or the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS).

To obtain a death certificate from the ADHS an interested party may send 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

Applications to the Maricopa Department of Health may be made in person on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 5 00 p.m. at any of the locations below

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

Alternatively, interested persons may send a completed application form with payment and a valid I.D. to:

Maricopa County Office of Vital Registration
P.O. Box 2111
Phoenix, AZ 85001

Certified copies of a Buckeye death certificate cost $20 while uncertified copies cost $5 payable by cash (only for walk-in requests), cashier’s check, money order, or credit card.