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A Scottsdale inmate record is an official document that provides information about a person in prison, jail, or other correctional facilities. Inmate records include the inmate’s name, date of birth, and any crimes or sentences.

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Scottsdale Resources

Scottsdale Police Department (SPD Inmate Search)

8401 E Indian School Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

(480) 312-5000

Police Department Records Request 


Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office MCSO

550 West Jackson, Phoenix Arizona 85003, United States

Phone:(602) 876-1000

Find An Inmate

Mugshot Lookup

MCSO Public Records


Superior Court (Felony)

Online Criminal

In Person – Available

Central Court Building

Address: 201 W. Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85003



Justice Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic)


In Person – Available

Downtown Location

Court Address: 620 W. Jackson Phoenix, AZ 85003 

(602) 372-6300


Scottsdale City Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic, Ordinance)

Court Case Information & Parking Tickets

3700 N 75th St Scottsdale, AZ 85251



Scottsdale City Jail

3700 N 75th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Phone: (480) 312-2503



Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Department of Corrections

3213 N Longmore Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85256

Phone: (480) 362-7213



Scottsdale Inmate Search Online

You’ll discover a few techniques to do a Scottsdale inmate search for information online. You can start by going directly to the official website of the state’s Department of Corrections. This will allow you to search for prisoners by name or ID number. Another way is to search for these records online at the county sheriff’s office, which maintains its jail roster. Most of these websites have an inmate searching function.

Arizona State Prison VS Scottsdale Jail

While most people are familiar with the terms state prison and county jail, they may not be aware of the differences. While both are places where people are held, there are significant distinctions. Inmates found guilty of more serious offenses, such as felonies, and those with longer sentences are in Arizona prisons. Scottsdale jails are for inmates found guilty of lesser crimes, such as misdemeanors. They usually stay there for only a few days to months.

Arizona Prison Inmate Search

If you have a friend or loved one incarcerated in Arizona, you may wonder how to find out where they are being held. The first step is to contact the state DOC. The admins will be able to provide you with what you need.
Another way to search for this information online on the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.

Scottsdale Jail Inmate Search

You’ll discover a few methods to locate an inmate at a Scottsdale jail. There are three options: search online databases, call the jail, or use a third-party service. The easiest way to locate an inmate is through online databases provided by the jail. Most major counties have a online-based inmate database for research by name or booking number. This is the fastest and most efficient way of finding someone in jail.

Scottsdale Jail Mugshots

The public record would include Scottsdale mugshots from inmate detention. Anyone can view and ask for these records. The public can usually find mugshots online at the county sheriff’s office website. However, records may not be available online for some counties without a Freedom of Information Act Request (FOIA).

Scottsdale Jail Log

Scottsdale jail logs are publicly available. The public can request to view the jail logs. The logs often include the names of the people booked into jail and the charges. The jail log may include other details, like the bail amount and whether or not the person was released.

Scottsdale Jail Roster

It is easiest to search online for a Scottsdale jail roster. You will typically find a page for the roster on either the county or sheriff’s websites. If you’re unsure where to look, search the jail roster followed by your county name.