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Fairbanks North Star Borough

What are Fairbanks North Star Borough Public Records?

The Alaska law describes public records as information generated or maintained by public officials during the conduct of public business. The law also states that government agencies must make public records available to the public to view or inspect. Records requested by the public are subject to certain exceptions and are charged reasonable fees. All requests for borough records should be done in writing and sent to the appropriate department using the public request form, which will be duly signed. Access to some records may be restricted. Examples of non-disclosable documents may include:

  • Juvenile records (17 and under)
  • Medical and related public health records
  • Documents that an individual has a legitimate reason to keep private, e.g., credit report, trust deeds, etc.
  • Privilege documents containing attorney-client communication
  • Blueprints of public buildings
  • Safety/security sensitive documents
  • Names, addresses, and phone numbers of informants or complainants in law enforcement (criminal) matters.

Fairbanks North Star Borough Crime Statistics

According to the 2020 UCR Alaska crime report, Fairbanks borough recorded 1,994 actual offenses, including 3 criminal homicides, 24 rape cases, 41 robberies, 650 assaults, 171 burglary incidents, 908 larceny-thefts, and 197 motor-vehicle thefts. There was a decrease in Alaska's overall crime rate of 18.5%, the lowest recorded total number of reported offenses since 1975. The downward trend in Alaska crime started in 2018 against a 3.7% decrease in violent crimes of 2019.

Are Fairbanks North Star Borough Criminal Records Public?

Yes, Fairbanks Alaska Criminal Records are available to public request. Interested parties can make their request to the Alaska criminal records and identification bureau to obtain a criminal record. Requesters can only request criminal records in person or by mail. There is no official website to obtain criminal records in Alaska, as the criminal records are only available through third-party sites. Requesters must provide the following information when visiting third-party sites to gain information on criminal records, they include:

  • The record subject name, unless the subject is a juvenile
  • The record subjects last known location, including cities, counties, and states

It should be noted to requesters that the availability of records may vary when using third-party sites.

Criminal Records and Identification (R&I) Bureau
Division of Statewide Services
State of Alaska, Department of Public Safety
5700 East Tudor Road
Anchorage, AK 99507
Phone: (907) 269-5767
Fax: (907) 269-5091
Email: dps.criminal.records@alaska.gov

How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Alaska Department of Public Safety provides an extensive list of active warrants and records.

State of Alaska Department of Public Safety
5700 East Tudor Road
Anchorage, AK 99507
Phone: (907) 269-5511

Note: Fairbanks North Star Borough police department does not have an active warrant search tool in Alaska to obtain police reports and arrest records.

How to Find Fairbanks North Star Borough Sex Offender Information?

Requesters can get sex offender information directly from the Alaska sex offender registry. According to the Alaska sex offender laws, all sex offenders must be registered in Alaska. Registered sex offenders are to report to the Department of Public Safety to update the information once a year for up to 15 years of non-aggravated sex crime offenders. Persons convicted of aggravated sex crimes in Alaska would have to register for life and must provide extensive personal information, which includes address, employment details, vehicles medical treatment, identifying features, and a current photo, which will be used to keep residents of Alaska informed of any sex offender living in the neighborhood.

Where and How to Find Fairbanks North Star Borough Inmate Information

The Alaska Department of Corrections (AK DOC) maintains and disseminates inmate records to the public who request the information.

Office of the correctional center
1931 Eagan Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99701
Phone: (907) 458-6700
VINElink: (800) 247-9763
Fax: (907) 458-6751

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Fairbanks North Star Borough Jail?

Friends and families of inmates must schedule a visit for approval at the Fairbanks correctional center (FCC). The first letter of an inmate last name determines the inmate visiting days:

  • Monday: A-K
  • Tuesdays: L-Z
  • Wednesday: A-K
  • Thursday: L-Z
  • Friday: A-Z
  • Saturday: A-K
  • Sunday: L-Z

Visitors must follow the laid rules of Fairbanks correctional center, or the visitation will be canceled or the visitor prohibited from entering the center. The rules are as follows:

  • There is no prohibited clothing in the secure visiting room (provocative or immodest dress, shorts, leggings, zippered top, the breast must not be visible, etc.)
  • All visitors must show a valid government or tribal photo identification card.
  • Cell phones, cameras, recorders, and other electronic devices are not permitted.
  • A child under the age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • A prisoner engaged in any prison activity like recreation, church, etc., will not be granted a visit.
  • Finally, the center has the right to deny visits on disruptive or inappropriate behavior.

Court Records

The Alaska Court System comprises appellate courts and trial courts. The Appellate Courts consist of the Alaska State Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, while the Superior Court of Alaska and the District Courts make up the Trial Courts. Court records in Alaska are kept by the clerk Records Department of the court where the case is filed.

PHYSICAL/MAILING ADDRESS
101 Lacey Street
Fairbanks AK 99701

CUSTOMER SERVICE
(907) 452-9277

RECORD REQUESTS ONLY
Use: TF-311 FBKS
FAX: (907) 452-9330
Email: 4FArecords@akcourts.gov

JURY CLERK
(907) 452-9225

JURY RECORDED MESSAGE
(907) 452-9225

Anchorage Borough Superior Court
Anchorage Superior Court
825 West 4th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 264-0514

Anchorage Borough District Court
Anchorage District Court
825 West 4th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 264-0514

Are Fairbanks North Star Borough Court Records Public?

Fairbanks North Star Borough Court Records are open to the public. According to the Alaska Public Records Act, state and municipal agencies provide the public with access to court records in their possession. Alaska's court records are regulated by two state laws: Alaska Public Records Act and the Access To Court Records Rule. According to the supreme court of Alaska, access to court records is a fundamental right to both the state's citizens and residents. Access to courts records rule is found under rule 37.5 of the Alaska rules of administration adopted in 1982, which states that the public has access to state records and the exclusion of any court record must be correctly indicated.

How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Civil Court Case Records?

The public can obtain civil court case records in-person or by mail to the designated address:

Alaska court system
101 lacey street
Fairbanks, AK 99701

The District Courts hear and decide the majority of civil cases in Alaska. The Alaska Rules of Civil Procedure govern civil case judgment. The monetary claim in civil disputes brought before the District Courts cannot exceed $100,000. The Superior Court hears civil appeals from the District Courts. When a Superior Court decision in a civil case is appealed, the Court of Appeals rules on the appeal.:

How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Criminal Court Records?

The Alaska Code of Criminal Procedure ensures that criminal records are made available to the public for inspection. Interested persons can perform either a name-based search or a fingerprint-based search with the criminal records and identification bureau.

Requesters who prefer to conduct a name-based search must complete a request form. It cost $20 per person for a name-based criminal record search. Requesters must also attach payment with supporting documents placed in a stamped envelope and submitted to the criminal records and identification bureau either in person or via mail.

Criminal records and identification bureau
1979 peger road,
Fairbanks, AK 99709
Phone: (907) 269-5767

Mail: Criminal Records and Identification Bureau
5700 East Tudor Road,
Anchorage, AK 99507
Phone: (907) 269-5767
Fax: (907) 269-5091

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Fairbanks North Star Borough Vital Records?

Fairbanks North Star Borough Vital Records contain Borough life events, such as marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. Depending on the desired record, residents may submit requests to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Service that maintains vital records in the state. All vital records are classified as confidential within a certain number of years by Alaska law, and only a few authorized individuals are permitted to obtain certified copies. After the specified years have passed, however, all interested parties can access the Fairbanks North Star Borough Vital Records.

Where and How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Divorce Records?

Members of the public may obtain Fairbank North Star Borough divorce records from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Service by mail or in person. To obtain a Fairbank North Star Borough divorce decree by mail, the requester must send a completed application form that includes a copy of a picture I.D. Requesters must provide the following information in person to obtain a divorce certificate:

  • the First, middle, and last names as they appear on the certificate
  • A copy of the picture I.D. of the requester.
  • The signature of the applicant under the copied I.D.

Applications that are not filled completely or do not include proper photo identification will be returned unprocessed.

HAVRS Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 110675
Juneau, AK 99811-0675
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Physical Address:
5441 Commercial Boulevard.
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 465-3391
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Anchorage Office
3901 Old Seward Highway, Steward.
101 Anchorage, AK 99503
Phone: (907) 269-0991

The cost of obtaining a divorce certificate is $30. Each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time costs $25. Fairbanks North Star Borough divorce records are open to the public after 50 years. However, divorce records less than 50 years are not accessible to the public but can be accessed by the record holders and their legal representatives. The state office maintains records of Alaska divorce records from 1950 to date. The state office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.

Where and How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Marriage Records?

In Fairbank North Star Borough, a marriage certificate can be obtained from the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), which keeps marriage license records. The certificate can be obtained in person or via mail. Marriage records less than 50 years are confidential and accessible to only the record subjects, their legal representatives, and any person authorized by the law. However, marriage records above 50 years old are open to the public. To obtain a Fairbank North Star Borough marriage certificate by mail, the requester must send a completed application form to the given address.

Requester must provide the following information in person to obtain a divorce certificate:

  • The first, middle, and last names as they appear on the certificate
  • A copy of the picture I.D. of the requester.
  • The signature of the applicant under the copied I.D.

Applications that are not filled completely or do not include proper photo identification will be returned unprocessed.

HAVRS Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 110675
Juneau, AK 99811-0675
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Physical Address:
5441 Commercial Boulevard.
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 465-3391
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Anchorage Office
3901 Old Seward Highway, Ste.
101 Anchorage, AK 99503
Phone: (907) 269-0991

The cost of obtaining a divorce certificate is $30, Each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time costs $25. The state office maintains records of Alaska divorce records from the 1890s to date. The state office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Where and How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Birth Records?

Birth certificates can be obtained from the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), which keeps marriage licenses records. The certificate can be requested in person or via mail. Birth records for Fairbank North Star Borough are confidential and are restricted from the public view for 100 years before making them available to the public. However, the individuals that can access and obtain the birth record during this period are;

  • Registrant or child listed on the certificate
  • The Parents listed on the certificate
  • The Legal guardian
  • Persons authorized by court order.
  • Legal representatives of eligible persons.

The requester can obtain a birth certificate by completing an application form via mail and can provide the following information in person to obtain a birth certificate.

  • The name of the registrant
  • Taiden name of the registrant's mother and the father's full name
  • Place and date of the birth
  • Relationship of the registrant and the requestor
  • Purpose of the request.
  • A copy of the picture I.D. of the requester
  • The signature of the applicant under the copied I.D.

Applications that are not filled completely or do not include proper photo identification will be returned unprocessed.

HAVRS Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 110675
Juneau, AK 99811-0675
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Physical Address:
5441 Commercial Boulevard.
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 465-3391
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Anchorage Office
3901 Old Seward Highway, Ste.
101 Anchorage, AK 99503
Phone: (907) 269-0991

The cost of obtaining a birth certificate is $30, Each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time costs $25. The state office maintains records of Alaska birth records from the 1890s to date. The state office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Where and How to Obtain Fairbanks North Star Borough Death Records?

Death Certificates are confidential records with restricted access for 50 years from the date of death. Death certificates of more than 50 years old may be obtained by any individual upon request. The following people can obtain death certificates that are less than 50 years old are:

  • Spouse listed on the certificate.
  • Parents (for children born in Alaska) listed on the death certificate.
  • Child(ren) of the decedent.
  • Sibling of the decedent.
  • The legal guardian of the decedent.
  • Office of Public Advocacy.
  • Legal representative/Attorney.

Interested parties can obtain a death certificate in person from any borough health department in the State of Alaska or via mail. The requester will fill out the application form to the following address to obtain a death certificate by mail.

HAVRS Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 110675
Juneau, AK 99811-0675
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Physical Address:
5441 Commercial Boulevard.
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 465-3391
Fax: (907) 465-3618

Anchorage Office
3901 Old Seward Highway, Ste.
101 Anchorage, AK 99503
Phone: (907) 269-0991

Requesters must provide the following information in person to obtain a divorce certificate:

  • The First, middle, and last names as they appear on the certificate
  • A copy of the picture I.D. of the applicant
  • A signature of the applicant under the copied I.D.

Applications that are not filled completely or do not include proper photo identification will be returned unprocessed.

The cost of obtaining a death certificate is $30, Each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time costs $25. The state office maintains records of Alaska death records from the 1890s to date. The state office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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