Search state repository for criminal records in Alaska.
- Alaska Criminal Court System
Electronic access to criminal and civil case filings.
- Alaska Background Check Requests
Fingerprint and name-based searches of Alaska's criminal central depository.
- Alaska Inmates
Find the location and release information of individuals incarcerated with the Alaska Dept. of Corrections.
- Alaska Most Wanted
Current posting of fugitives and absconders from the Division of Alaska State Troopers.
- Alaska Sex Offenders
Search the Alaska Dept. of Public Safety database of registered offenders by name or location.
- Alaska Criminal Record Expungements
Information and resources to assist in expunging criminal records state and nationwide.
Access arrest records directly from Alaska law enforcement agencies individually. Request information of incidents, charges and details from state and local police departments. Records division contact information and requirements to order official reports.
- Alaska State Troopers
Alaska State Troopers, traffic incident crash reports.
- Alaska Department of Public Safety
Alaska State Troopers Active warrants.
- Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Fishing licenses, hunting licenses and more.
- Alaska Attorney General
Civil, criminal and appellate courts.
- Alaska State Defense Force
Public safety, disaster preparedness and more.
- Alaska County Police Criminal Reports
Directory to county Police offices and reports in Alaska.
Search government agencies open to the public to find assets of companies, corporations, or individuals.
- Recorder's office, Alaska Department of Natural Resources
Look up property records by Name Search, Date Search, Plat Number Search, Survey Search, MTRS Search, Subdivision Search, No Plat Subdivision Search, Document Number Search, Document Type Search, Book and Page Search, Doc.Input/UnverifiedStatus.
- Alaska Free Business License Search
Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development official site. This database includes over 100,000 state business licenses issued by the Alaska Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing. Types include sole proprietor (S), partnership (P), corporation (C).
- Alaska Business & Corporation Search
Find active and inactive corporations by name from the State of Alaska.
- Alaska Occupational Licensing Verification
Verify professional licenses instantly online statewide in Alaska.
- Unclaimed Property Program
Alaska Department of Revenue Treasury Division official free search database open to the public.
- Alaska Property Records
Obtain property tax info by contacting the county assessor.
Alaska is the largest state in the U.S. with over 570 thousand square miles with only 640 thousand residents. The state of Alaska does not have counties, the most populated areas are called boroughs. Unlike other states where the entire state is divided into counties or parishes, as in the case of Louisiana, Alaska’s boroughs do not cover all of the land area. Alaska's capital is Juneau with a population of over 30,000 residents and is the location of the governor’s office and the state legislature.
Background checks can be requested from the Alaska Department of Public Safety, Criminal Justice Information Central Repository, which conducts both name and fingerprint based searches. Department of Motor Vehicles puts forth instructions for requesting your own driving records which may be required by employers or for personal information, see how to obtain your child's driving records and the proper authorizations required for an employee's driving history.
Public Searches. Conducting a search from one department to another allows visitors to view policies and qualification to obtain records of others. Individuals requesting records of themselves with generally have an easy process to follow.
>Alaska trial court cases can be accessed instantly using the court view search database to look up the status of the case, charge or case description, plaintiff and defendant names. See the up coming cases with an instant online calendar search. Self help resources are available when representing yourself for issues regarding several different areas of the law such as family and domestic issues, guardianship, probate, landlord and tenant, small claims and appeals.