ARIZONA.STATERECORDS.ORG IS A PRIVATELY OWNED WEBSITE THAT IS NOT OWNED OR OPERATED BY ANY STATE GOVERNMENT AGENCY.
Businesses, Click Here
Arizona.StateRecords.org is not a consumer reporting agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”). You understand and acknowledge that these reports are NOT “consumer reports” as defined by the FCRA. Your access and use of a report is subject to our Terms of Service and you expressly acknowledge that you are prohibited from using this service and this report to determine an individual’s eligibility for credit, insurance, employment or any other purpose regulated by the FCRA.

ALERT

Staterecords.org provides access to CRIMINAL, PUBLIC, and VITAL RECORDS (arrest records, warrants, felonies, misdemeanors, sexual offenses, mugshots, criminal driving violations, convictions, jail records, legal judgments, and more) aggregated from a variety of sources, such as county sheriff's offices, police departments, courthouses, incarceration facilities, and municipal, county and other public and private sources.

Staterecords.org is a privately owned, independently run resource for government-generated public records. It is not operated by, affiliated or associated with any state, local or federal government or agency.

Staterecords.org is not a consumer reporting agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act ("FCRA") and should not be used to determine an individual's eligibility for personal credit or employment, tenant screening or to assess risk associated with a business transaction. You understand and agree that you may not use information provided by Staterecords.org for any unlawful purpose, such as stalking or harassing others, and including for any purpose under the FCRA.

This website contains information collected from public and private resources. Staterecords.org cannot confirm that information provided is accurate or complete. Please use any information provided responsibly.

By clicking "I Agree," you consent to our Terms of Use and are authorizing Staterecords.org to conduct a people research to identify preliminary results of the search subject you entered. You understand and agree that search reports will only be available with a purchase.

Gilbert Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Gilbert Public Records?

According to the Arizona Public Records Law, Gilbert public records are any records regardless of form created and maintained by the government agencies in the city. These records are created during the performance of government business in the city and include police reports, criminal records, court records, and vital records. However, some of these records may be labeled as confidential and are exempt from public view by law. Records exempt from public view by law include:

  • Student records
  • Donor records
  • Adoption records
  • Some medical records
  • Financial records and trade secrets
  • Records that their release would constitute an invasion of privacy

Gilbert Crime Statistics

The Gilbert Police Department data records the crime statistics for the city and forwards these results to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting system (UCR). Comparing the data between 2018 and 2019, Gilbert City had a 50% reduction in homicide and a 36% reduction in rape cases. In 2019, burglary, larceny, and arson also fell by 0.7%, 8.2%, and 31.2% while robbery and assault rose 40% and 20.8% respectively. However, an overall rise of 4.7% in the total number of violent crimes was noted from the data. The Gilbert Police Department publishes an annual crime report which is available on the data and transparency hub of their website.

Are Gilbert’s Criminal Records Public?

According to the Arizona Public Records Act, not all Gilbert criminal records are public. The Gilbert police department allows residents to request a local search for their personal criminal history. These requests can be made by mail or in person by contacting the Gilbert Police Department at:

75 East Civic Center Drive
Gilbert, AZ 85296
gilbertpdrecords@gilbertaz.gov
Phone: (480) 635-7020

The price of the report is $5 per copy plus $0.25 for each page if the report goes over 30 pages.

Requests for another person's criminal history are restricted to law enforcement and prospective employers. These requests are made through the criminal records section of the Arizona Department of Public Safety website.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

Copies of Gilbert Public records like police reports and criminal records can be obtained by contacting the records division of the Gilbert Police Department(GPD). These records can be requested in person, by mail, or by filling the application form online and returning it to the GDP at

75 East Civic Center Drive
Gilbert, AZ 85296
gilbertpdrecords@gilbertaz.gov
Phone: (480) 635-7020

Requests can also be mailed or emailed to the addresses above. A copy of records costs $5 for the first 30 pages and an extra $0.25 for each additional page after that.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Gilbert

Gilbert City Sex offender information can be obtained by visiting the sex offender section of the Maricopa Sheriff’s Office website. The Arizona Department of Public Safety also provides a link to the state sex offender registry. These sites allow users to search for sex offenders in their area using various personal and geographical criteria like names, addresses, and cities.

How to Find Gilbert Inmate Records

Gilbert City Inmate records and information can be found by calling the Gilbert Police Department(GPD) at (480) 503-6500. Information about Gilbert inmates can also be obtained by using the inmate information or inmate mugshot lookup search tools provided on the Maricopa Sheriff’s Office website. These search tools allow searchers to locate inmate information either by identifying them facially or using information like name, date of birth, and booking number. The search will provide information on the inmate such as full name, physical descriptions, crimes committed, arrest date, and booking details.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Gilbert City Jail?

Gilbert City jail is a temporary holding facility so inmates do not remain there long before they are transferred. Searchers can call the GDP at (480) 503-6500 to find out if the inmate has been transferred to any of the prison facilities run by the Maricopa Sheriff’s Office. Through the Global Tel Link (GTL) system the Maricopa Sheriff’s Office provides remote and on-site video visiting facilities for inmates and their loved ones. To visit an inmate, visitors will be required to create an account with a valid email on the GTL GettingOut website. All onsite video visits are held at Maricopa’s 4th Ave and Lower Buckeye facilities and cost $7.95 for a 20-minute visit. Inmates are also entitled to one free 20-minute visit each week and can decide whether the free visit is an onsite or remote one. Remote visits can only be initiated by the inmate via the “visit now” option on GTL’s GettingOut video visitation system. This system can be initiated at any time and will cost $0.25 per minute. Remote visiting can be operated from anywhere by downloading the GettingOut mobile application on the IOS and Android stores.

Court Records

Gilbert Court records can be viewed or acquired from the clerk of the Gilbert Municipal Court in person or online via the court’s public portal. The clerk of courts for the Superior court also provides access to court records for the city.

Locations of Courts in Gilbert

Highland Justice Court
55 East Civic Center Drive, Suite 55, Gilbert, AZ 85296
Phone: (602) 372-8300
Fax: (602) 372-8301

Gilbert Municipal Court
55 East Civic Center Drive, Gilbert, AZ 85296
Phone: (480) 635-7800
Fax: (480) 635-7820 (Criminal)
Fax: (480) 635-7815 (Civil Traffic)

Are Gilbert Court Records Public?

According to the Arizona Public Records Laws, court records are public records unless they are specifically exempt or restricted by law or court order. Hence, any citizen may request to copy or view these records from their respective custodians.

Can You Look Up a Gilbert Court Case Online?

Some Gilbert court records are accessible and can be accessed online through the public portal for the Gilbert Municipal Court. The Maricopa County Superior Court also provides an online case search tool that allows requesters to look up cases online.

How to Obtain Gilbert Civil Court Case Records

Gilbert civil court case records can be obtained in person or online. Civil records may be obtained from either Municipal Court or the County Superior court by contacting the corresponding court clerk. To obtain them from the Municipal court, requesters should fill the record request form and return it to the clerk in person or mail at:

Gilbert Municipal Court
55 E Civic Center Drive, Suite 101
Gilbert, AZ 85296
Fax: (480) 635-7815

The records cost $0.50 per page and an extra $34 to certify the document. Records can also be viewed online via the public portal of the Gilbert City Municipal Court.

They can be also obtained in person by visiting the clerk of the superior court of Maricopa County at:

222 E Javelina Ave #1600,
Mesa, AZ 85210

These records can be obtained via mail by sending a written request containing the details of the record to the Office of the Court Clerk at:

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

Civil court records can also be searched online in the Civil Court Records section of the Maricopa Superior Court website.

How to Obtain Gilbert Criminal Court Records

Criminal Court Records can be obtained in-person and online from Maricopa County Superior Court. The court records can be obtained by sending a written request in person to the County Clerk of Superior Court at:

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

The records can be looked up online in the Criminal Courts information section of the Maricopa County Superior Court website.

What are Gilbert Vital Records?

Gilbert Vital records are records documenting the life events that have occurred within the city. These records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. These records can be obtained on the county and state levels from the County Superior Court Clerk and the Maricopa Public Health Department. Marriage and divorce records are considered public and can be requested by anyone. On the other hand, birth and death records are considered closed and can only be obtained by eligible persons.

Where and How to Obtain Gilbert Divorce Records

Gilbert divorce records and decrees are maintained by the Maricopa County Superior Court where the divorce was heard. They can be obtained by phone, in-person, or by mail.

To obtain a Gilbert divorce record by phone, requesters will need to call the court clerk at(602) 37-CLERK, or (602) 372-5375. The requester must have the following information ready for fast and effective service:

  • The case number;
  • The names of the parties at the time the case was filed;
  • The specific documents you want to receive;
  • The filing date or year filed;
  • The number of pages of the document to be copied, if known;
  • A phone number and/or e-mail address where the requester can be reached in case they need to be reached with any questions.

Requests by mail are done by writing a written request including the above-listed information and mailing it to the clerk at:

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

To request records in person, the requester will need to come in person to access the public record terminals at any of four county clerk locations. These records are available during opening Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the following offices:

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

The fee for the record is $0.50 per page and an additional $30 for certifying the document. The fee is payable via money order for mailed requests and cash, credit, and debit cards if the request is in person. Personal checks are not accepted. The money order must include the customer's name, address, and phone number of the customer on the front. Please note that if a requester cannot provide enough information to identify the record a $30 search fee may be charged. Mailed requests should include a self-addressed and stamped envelope or requests must include a $7 fee for handling and postage. Requesters may also find information and make use of the online request facilities in the records section of the Maricopa Clerk of the Superior Court website.

Where and How to Get Marriage Records in Gilbert

Gilbert Marriage Licenses can be obtained from any of the previously listed Court Clerk locations. Requesters may also send a written request by mail to the court clerk at:

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

Whether the request is in-person or in writing the requester will be required to provide the following information for the record search.

  • The full legal names of both applicants prior to the marriage
  • The year the marriage took place
  • The marriage license number
  • Reason for the request, indicating whether or not this is for a name change with the Social Security Administration.

The fee for a certified copy of the marriage license with a raised seal is $30.50. The fee can be paid in a money order made payable to the Clerk of Court. Mailed requests can either add a $7 handling and postage fee or include a self-addressed and stamped envelope for returning the records.

Where and How to Find Gilbert Birth Records

Gilbert birth certificates can be obtained from the Maricopa Department of Public Health and their state counterpart the Arizona Department of Health Service. Birth and Death records for Arizona can only be obtained by eligible people and only become public records after a certain period of time.

Obtaining Copies of Gilbert Birth Certificates

Copies of Gilbert birth certificates can be obtained in person or by mail but are only issued to eligible persons. Requesters may also specify if they require certified or uncertified copies. To get a copy of the Gilbert birth certificate in person, requesters may go to any of four locations in the county. The requester must bring a completely filled birth certificate application form, a valid signed photo ID, the required fee, and any documents to prove their eligibility.

To make a request by mail the completed application form, a copy of the valid ID, and the fee can be mailed to any of the locations. The fee for the record is $20 for a certified copy and $5 for non-certified copies of the birth record. The fee can be paid in credit and debit cards, money orders, and cashier's checks. Cash is only accepted if the request is made in person. All documents submitted and the requesters’ eligibility will be verified before the request is fulfilled.

The Arizona Department of Health Services issues Gilbert Birth Records on the state level. The requester is required to submit the application form, a copy of a valid photo ID, and the fee by mail or by person. The copy of the ID must be signed back and front or notarized. If the requester is not the registrant or a parent named on the certificate they will need to provide proof of eligibility.

Where and How to Find Gilbert Death Records

Death records for Gilbert City can be obtained from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. These records can be obtained in person, by mail, or online. Walk-in requests can be made by visiting any of the four office locations from Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Requesters will be required to fill the complete death certificate application form and bring in a valid signed photo ID with the required fee. A proof of eligibility may also be required as death records can only be issued to eligible persons.

Mailed in requests involve mailing in the completed death certificate application form, a signed copy of the photo ID, and the fee. Any documents proving eligibility to request the records should also be attached. The fee for the record is $20 for certified copies of the record and $5 for uncertified copies. The payment can be made in a money order and cashier’s cheque, cash, and credit card.

On the state level, the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) issues death records for Gilbert. The ADHS no longer offers walk-in services so all death record requests are made by mail. The request will be required to mail in a completed application form, the required fee, proof of eligibility. A copy of a valid photo ID signed back and front and a self-addressed and stamped envelope should also be included. Birth records and death records for Arizona can also be searched online using the genealogy search tool on the ADHS website.