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Pima County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Pima County Arrest Records?

Pima County arrest records are official files that document apprehensions following criminal activity within the county. These arrest records also give details about the arrested person as well as the details that led to the arrest. The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is the local law enforcement agency that maintains Pima arrest records. Arrest records are part of Pima County public records. Residents can make requests for Pima arrest records by contacting or visiting the Sheriff’s Department at:

Pima County Sheriff’s Department
1750 East Benson Highway
Tucson, AZ 85714
(520) 351-4600

How Do I Get Pima County Police Reports?

The Pima County Sheriff’s Department releases non-confidential police and accident reports to parties involved upon request. It accepts both in-person and mail requests. Interested parties can obtain records by visiting its office or mail your request to:

Pima County Sheriff’s Department
Attn: Records Maintenance
1650 E. Benson Highway
Suite C
Tucson, AZ 85714-1758
(520) 351-4650

The Records office opens to the public from Monday to Friday between 8:30 am and 3:30 pm. The Sheriff’s Department charges $5 for each report and an additional 25 cents per page for documents that are over 20 pages.

Crime Statistics

The Arizona Department of Public Safety’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program provides the crime data of all counties within the state. In 2018, Pima County recorded a total number of 42,845 crimes. This includes 4,694 violent crimes and 27,804 property crimes. The violent crimes include 57 murders, 610 rapes, 1,404 robberies, and 2,623 aggravated assaults. The property crimes include 4,918 burglaries, 29,632 larcenies, 3,373 motor vehicle thefts, and 228 arsons.

Over five years, the crime trend for Pima County indicates a massive decline in crime between 2014 and 2018. There were declines in three out of eight major crimes within the county. Aggravated assault, motor vehicle theft, and arson rates declined by 9%, 32%, and 6%. respectively At the same time, the rates of murder, rape, robbery, burglary, and larceny increased by 12%, 25%, 17%, 32%, and 6% respectively.

What are Pima County Criminal Records?

Pima County criminal records are official documents that consist of in-depth information about the criminal history of individuals within the county. These criminal records include Pima arrest records, charges, prosecutions, convictions, sentences (acquittal), etc. The Arizona Department of Public Safety, through its Criminal History Records Section, processes the requests of eligible and interested entities for criminal records in the state. Pima County criminal records are available only to authorized individuals and agencies.

How Do I Get Pima County Criminal Records?

Only authorized entities and agencies can obtain Pima County criminal history information. The requesting party needs the fingerprints of the record’s subject. Local and state law enforcement agencies provide fingerprint scan services and send the results to the Criminal History Record Section to process copies of the record subject’s criminal history information. Contact the Criminal History Records Section with (602) 223-2279 to make inquiries about criminal history record checks. It takes around 15 business days to process requests for criminal records.

To carry out a personal record review and obtain your own criminal history records, call the Criminal History Records Section at (602) 223-2222. Fill out the Contact Information Form and a Fingerprint Card at a local law enforcement agency, such as the Pima County Sheriff’s Department. Mail the completed contact information form and a fingerprint card to:

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

How to Find Pima County Sex Offender Information?

Pima County has a dedicated OffenderWatch webpage for searching for registered sex offenders living in the county. Managed by the Sheriff’s Department, this finder tool searches the statewide database of sex offenders. Use the Name Search feature to find individual offenders by name. Alternatively, see all sex offenders residing in different areas of Pima County by searching with zip codes. The public can also search for non-compliant offenders using this tool.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Pima County Jail?

The Sheriff’s Department runs the operations of the three Pima County Jails, located at:

Pima County Adult Detention Complex
1270 West Silverlake Road
Tucson, AZ 85713
(520) 351-8111

Minimum Security Facility
1801 South Mission Road
Tucson, AZ 85713
(520) 351-8311

Ajo District Jail
1249 West Ajo Well Road
Ajo, AZ 85321
(520) 387-8511

Family and friends that intend to visit inmates in any of these facilities should call the Jail Visits Hotline at (520) 351-8114 and check the visitation schedule.

Where and How to Find Pima County Inmate Information?

The Sheriff’s Department maintains all inmate and jail records for Pima County. In addition to providing information about inmate visitation and phone services, the Department also provides a handy inmate locator tool on its website. Enter a last name into the search field to find all inmates with that name in the county’s correctional facilities.

What are Pima County Court Records?

Pima County court records comprise official and unofficial documents relating to court proceedings of Pima County courts. The court records of Pima County are either in the custody of the court’s clerk or kept at the courthouse where the case was handled. The Pima County Clerk of the Superior Court keeps records of the Superior Court and its Juvenile Division. To obtain any of these court records, fill out the Request for Copies of Court Records form and submit it to any of the locations below:

Pima County Clerk of Court
110 West Congress Street
Tucson, AZ 85701-1317
Phone: (520) 724-3200
Fax: (520) 724-3531

Pima County Clerk of Court
Juvenile Division
2225 East Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713-6201
Phone: (520) 724-2064
Fax: (520) 724-9412

Case documents from Pima County Consolidated Justice Court are available on a central online portal known as Case Search. Use it to find records by name, case number, and compliant number. This portal includes all court records except for those where the defendant is a juvenile. To request for copies of court documents, fill the Online Request Form.

The Arizona Judicial Branch also has a separate Public Access portal for searching for court records in Pima County. Note that not all courts in the county put their records on this portal. For example, Pima County Superior Court hosts its case files on another website. To find records for this court, visit the Record Search website maintained by the Pima County Clerk of the Superior Court. This search tool is also useful for finding marriage licenses issued in the county.

Location of all Courts in Pima County

Pima County Courts include one Superior Court (with a Juvenile Division, three Justice Courts, and five Municipal Courts. Below are the addresses and contact information of the courts in Pima County:

Pima County Superior Courts

Pima County Superior Court
110 West Congress Street
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 724-3200
Fax: (520) 724-3531

Pima County Superior Court - Juvenile Division
Pima County Juvenile Court Center
2225 East Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713
Phone: (520) 724-2064
Fax: (520) 724-9412

Pima County Justice Courts

Ajo Justice Court
111 La Mina Avenue
Ajo, AZ 85321
Phone: (520) 387-7684

Green Valley Justice Court
601 North La Canada Drive
Green Valley, AZ 85614
Phone: (520) 222-0200
Fax: (520) 648-2235

Pima County Consolidated Justice Court
240 North Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 724-3171

Pima County Municipal Courts

Marana Municipal Court
11555 West Civic Center Drive
Marana, AZ 85653
Phone: (520) 382-2700
Fax: (520) 382-2701

Oro Valley Magistrate Court
11000 North La Canada Drive
Oro Valley, AZ 85737
Phone: (520) 229-4780
Fax: (520) 229-4789

Sahuarita Municipal Court
360 West Sahuarita Center Way
Sahuarita, AZ 85629
Phone: (520) 344-7150
Fax: (520) 344-7151

South Tucson City Court
1601 South 6th Avenue
South Tucson, AZ 85713
Phone: (520) 917-1568
Fax: (520) 623-5001

Tucson City Court
103 East Alameda Street
P.O. Box 27210
Tucson, AZ 85726
Phone: (520) 791-4216

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What are Pima County Vital Records?

Pima County vital records are official documents that spell out details about vital events that occurred within the county. Pima County vital records include divorce, marriage, birth, and death records. The Pima County Clerk of the Superior Court is the primary custodian of marriage and divorce records. The Pima County Health Department possesses copies of birth and death records of the county. The Arizona Department of Health Services provides interested individuals with access to birth and death records at the state level.

Where and How to Get Pima County Divorce Records?

The Clerk of the Superior Court keeps divorce records in Pima County. To obtain copies of Pima County divorce records, requesters must fill out the Request for Copies of Court Records form indicating interest in getting a divorce record. Or prepare a written request with information about the divorce record, such as the names of the divorced persons and date of divorce. Submit the filled-out form or the written request to:

Pima County Clerk of Court
110 West Congress Street
Tucson, AZ 85701-1317
Phone: (520) 724-3200
Fax: (520) 724-3531

Where and How to Get Pima County Marriage Records?

Pima County marriage records are available at the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court. A marriage record costs $30. To retrieve a Pima County marriage record, interested parties must complete the ‘Pima County Marriage License Records’ section of the Request for Copies of Court Records form and mail it to:

Clerk of Superior Court
Attn: Legal Records Rm 241
110 West Congress Street
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 724-3200
Fax: (520) 724-3531

Where and How to Get Pima County Birth Records?

The Vital Records Office of Pima County Health Department issues copies of birth records within the county. The fee for a birth record is $20. To get a birth record in person, visit the Office of Vital Records located at 3950 South Country Club Road, Tucson, and head to Window 1. The office is open between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday. However, requesters must arrive at the office no later than 3:00 p.m. if they want the request processed the same day.

Pima County residents can also send mail requests to the Vital Records Office by completing the Birth Certificate Application Form (Spanish). Include a valid ID or a notary signature and seal on the application form. Mail the completed application to:

Pima County Health Department
Office of Vital Records
3950 South Country Club Road
Tucson, AZ 85714
(520) 724-7932

The Arizona Department of Health Services also keeps birth records and processes requests for them at $20 per copy. Make a request for birth records from the state department by completing the Application for Certified Copy of Birth Certificate. Provide a copy of a valid ID and payment, and mail these to:

Bureau of Vital Records
P.O. Box 6018
Phoenix, AZ 85005

Applicants can make walk-in requests for birth records at any of the offices listed on the second page of the form.

Where and How to Get Pima County Death Records?

The Vital Records Office of the Pima County Health Department maintains the county’s death records. A Pima County death record costs $20. To obtain a death record with walk-in requests, visit the Office of Vital Records located at 3950 South Country Club Road, Tucson, and head to Window 1. The Vital Records Office is open from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Requesters should be at the office no later than 3:00 p.m. if they want their requests processed on the same day.

Residents of Pima County can make mail requests by filling out the Death Certificate Application Form (Spanish). Enclose a valid ID or a notary signature and seal on the application form. Mail the filled-out application to:

Pima County Health Department
Office of Vital Records
3950 South Country Club Road
Tucson, AZ 85714
(520) 724-7932

Interested persons may also submit requests for death records to the Arizona Department of Health Services. Complete the Application for Certified Copy of Death Certificate, attach payment, and a valid ID. Send them by mail to:

Bureau of Vital Records
P.O. Box 6018
Phoenix, AZ 85005

Alternatively, a requester may submit the completed form in person at any of the offices listed on the second page of the form. A copy of a death record costs $20.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Pima County?

Pima county property records are open for public inspection, according to the Arizona Public Records Law. The state code gives members of the public the right to examine available information.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Pima County

The Pima County Recorder maintains property records. Anyone can request copies of a property record via mail or in person. Requests sent through the mail should include the docket and page number or the sequence number, the names on the record, the date of recording, and the requester's telephone number. The Recorder charges $1 per page for any copies requested, $3 per page for map copies, $1 as a processing fee for each document, and an additional $3 if requesting a certified copy. Requesters who cannot provide the Docket Number on the form will have to pay $5 as a search fee. For walk-in requests, residents should visit:

Main Office
240 N Stone Avenue
Tucson AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 724-4350

Eastside Office
6920 E Broadway Boulevard
Suite D
Tucson AZ 85710
Phone: (520) 724-4350

Send mail orders to:

Pima County Recorder
P.O. Box 3145
Tucson AZ 85702-3145
Attn: Public Records

The requester should direct cash, check, or money order payments to the Pima County Recorder.

How to Look Up Pima County Property Records

The Pima County Treasurer's Office allows members of the public to search for property information online. Record seekers may search for records by taxpayer or mailing address, or by address range.

The Pima County Recorder also maintains an online repository for property records, with documents filed since August 27, 1982. Interested parties may conduct a document search, a book search, or a map search.

Location of Pima County Property Assessors

Pima County Assessor's Office
240 N Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 724-8630