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What are Alaska Inmate Records?

Alaska inmate records are documents, images, files, and electronic media that pertain to specific individuals within the Alaskan penal system. These records follow each prisoner from the point of arrest all the way through their incarceration and parole or probation after release. Typical Alaskan inmate records contain personal details such as name, address, eye and hair color, weight, height, race, gender, and aliases used. They also include court and law enforcement paperwork related to arrests, convictions, charges, sentencing and any court-mandated programs. 

Alaska Prison and Jail System

Unfortunately, Alaska does not have an inmate search feature on their website for easy access to inmate records. However, they do provide a phone number (907-465-3485) interest parties can call to get information about a specific inmate. 

Victims and other researchers can also use the online VINE service to search for inmates incarcerated in Alaska. Victims can also sign up for notification when the offender is about to be released on parole or probation. 

The Alaska Department of Corrections has a downloadable form on their website so that the public can request a release of case records for a specific inmate. 

How to Contact, Send Money to or Visit an Inmate in Alaska

In Alaska inmates can have 10 approved visitors. To visit someone incarcerated in a state-run prison, the visitor must obtain an application to be put on that inmate’s list. They can contact the facility directly or the inmate via phone to request the form. 

Alaska is contracted with SECURUS Technologies to provide inmates with the ability to call friends and family. SECURUS is a paid service and both sides must have an account to use it.

Alaska prisons allow inmates to receive gifts and money through the U.S. mail as long as the check is made out directly to the inmate and designates his or her state prison ID on it. Mail must be sent to the prisoner and addressed to the facility at its correct mailing address. 


How to Contact, Send Money to or Visit an Inmate in Alaska

In Alaska inmates can have 10 approved visitors. To visit someone incarcerated in a state-run prison, the visitor must obtain an application to be put on that inmate’s list. They can contact the facility directly or the inmate via phone to request the form.

Alaska is contracted with SECURUS Technologies to provide inmates with the ability to call friends and family. SECURUS is a paid service and both sides must have an account to use it.

Alaska prisons allow inmates to receive gifts and money through the U.S. mail as long as the check is made out directly to the inmate and designates his or her state prison ID on it. Mail must be sent to the prisoner and addressed to the facility at its correct mailing address.