Listed below is the state sponsored inmate finder for the state of Alaska
Alaska Inmate Finder Information
The Alaska inmate finder takes you to the Alaska Department of Corrections homepage, located at www.correct.state.ak.us, where you may have to contact administrative services regarding any inmate finder inquiries. If searching inmates by name, ensure that you cross-reference as many fields of data as possible to conclusively locate the correct inmate. Because an inmate finder may exhibit errors or inaccuracies, it is vital to verify this sensitive information when located. This inmate finder assumes no responsibility or liability for any inaccuracies, and is intended strictly as a reference guide – if you need to attain an official copy of inmate records or information, contact the Alaska Department of Corrections directly. Similarly, if you note any inaccuracies that should be corrected, please call the ADC at (907) 269-7397.
Through the use of an Alaska inmate finder, you will be able to uncover inmate contact information, visiting guidelines, how to send money or packages and the answers to frequently asked questions. The purpose of the inmate finder is to not only promote public safety and welfare – as this information is within the public domain – but to provide information services; inquiries regarding the obtainment of official records can go through the ADC directly.
Alaska Inmate Records
If you are interested in viewing online inmate records, click here. These online inmate records are for reference only, and official copies must be obtained from the Alaska Department of Corrections. Inmate records that can be viewed online may include incarcerations, sentencings, court records, prison records, jail records, inmate history and more. Make sure to verify as many fields of data as possible, because many people possess the same name. Additionally, some of the information found in this online database might harbor inaccuracies (thus why it’s intended for reference only). Try our premium membership free for five days and search through unlimited Alaska inmate records.
Additional Details About the Alaska Department of Corrections
The Alaska Department of Corrections provides secure confinement, reformative programs and a process of supervised community reintegration to enhance the safety of Alaska’s communities. The trained professionals working for the ADCare committed to a safe, open and respectful organization, while also showing a dedication to public safety and always respecting the rights and dignity of crime victims.