Crime Stats in PDF (UCR)
There are certain limited statistics that are available via PDF which you can find here. If you do not find them you must use the process below to obtain the crime stats you need.
Public Records Location and Hours
The Public Records Detail is located at 1717 East Grant St. Suite#100 Phoenix, AZ 85034
Hours of operation are 8:00 am to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for city holidays.
There is a fee of $6 per fingerprint card. Many agencies require that you be printed on a card that has been provided to you. In the case you did not receive a card, the Public Records Detail will print you on a blank fingerprint card. In the case that the fingerprint card is rejected for a reason other than the quality of prints, the Public Records Detail is unable to refund the fee. A valid government issued ID is required to be fingerprinted.
Letter of Clearance / Review of Criminal History
This letter will provide a local search of Phoenix Police Department arrest/criminal records - only. A search of the records of any other jurisdiction (local, state or federal) is not conducted or implied. You may only obtain a Letter of Clearance on yourself. Under Arizona's Public Records Law (A.R.S. � 39-121), Public Records Detail employees cannot provide you with information on another persons arrest record.
To obtain a Letter of Clearance you must provide:
- A valid government issued photo identification card. (ex: Driver's License)
- Include a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope
To obtain a letter by mail:
- A valid government issued photo identification card (ex: Driver's license)
Identification cards issued by another country of origin outside of the United States must be presented in original format. Copies will not be accepted.
- A set of fingerprints (Fingerprints must be obtained at your local police agency)
- Include a self addressed stamped envelope
- Fee (checks made payable to the City of Phoenix)
$8.50 (No arrest record)
$28.00 (With an arrest record)
Phoenix Police Department
Code Enforcement unit - Public Records
1717 East Grant St. Suite#100
Phoenix, AZ 85034-3401
Copies of Departmental Reports or Other Reports Released Under the Public Records Law
You can request copies of Departmental Reports or other reports released under the public records law by visiting the Public Records Detail's office in person or mailing a request to the Public Records Detail. Your request must provide specific information about the incident as well as the reason for the request.
Request Form (English and Spanish)
Fee Schedule associated with public records request
To request a copy of an Accident Report you may follow the same steps above or obtain a copy by visiting the On-line Accident Reports.
If you have any other questions you can contact the Public Records Unit by calling 602-534-1127, or e-mail email@example.com