Arizona Department of Corrections ADC Inmate Search

As in Arizona state the arrest ratio is higher than the national arrest rate, the inmates in state are kept in federal prisons and in Arizona state prisons. The ADC history starts on February 18, 1876 when laying of the cornerstone is done in an official ceremony at Prison Hill and on July 1, 1876 seven convicts were imprisoned in Prison Hill. The Arizona Department of Corrections is headed by a director. Current director is Charles L. Ryan. The Arizona Department of Corrections (abbreviated as ADC) maintains the record of all inmates incarcerated in Arizona state prisons. As ADC provides the online ADC inmate data search facility to general public, so, anybody can easily find the records of inmates present in AZ state’s prisons.

ADC does not maintain or show the records of federal inmates, so those inmates can be searched easily through BOP website which is managed by Federal BOP.

Arizona State Jails

The Arizona state currently take the inmates to different jails with the inmate database maintained by respective jail department. Here is the list of prisons come under the limit of Arizona:

Top Crimes in Arizona State

As per official records, the Arizona state has arrest rate of 41 criminals per 1000 people. The national average arrest rate is 36 criminals per 1000 people. So arrest rate of Arizona state is higher than the national arrest rate.

The list of most committed crimes in Arizona state are given below with number of times the crime is reported.

Crime CategoryAmount
Property Crimes37592
Larceny Theft31907
Drug Abuse Violations30309
Other Assults26150
Dui23498
Disorderly Conduct15874
Drunkenness14100
Violent Crimes11145
Vandalism10031
Liquor Laws9745

top 10 crimes Arizona Department of Corrections (adc inmate data search)

Arizona State Prison Insight

AuthorityArizona Department of Corrections (DOC)
Arizona State Prison Inmate Searchcorrections.az.gov/public-resources/inmate-datasearch
Phone602-542-5497
Address1601 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85007