Arizona, nicknamed the Grand Canyon State, is the 6th largest US state by area, with a population of 6,931,071 (as of 2016). Phoenix is both the capital and the largest city of the state.
The violent crime rate of Arizona is 399.9 per 100,000 residents. The most dangerous city in the state is Tucson, where the crime rate is 421 per 100,000 residents. The property crime rate of Arizona is 18% and is above average among other US states. The safest cities are Florence, Sahuarita, and Gilbert. As of 2017, capital punishment through lethal injection is legal in the state of Arizona.
Jail and inmate records may be requested from the Arizona Department of Corrections online (via searchable database) or by phone. Requests for records are available for a small fee (0.50 per page). If you are a family member or a friend of an inmate, looking for information, you should contact the DOC directly by phone. If you are a victim, you can request to automatically be notified in case of an inmate status change. For non-victim notifications, you will need to file a request with the DOC, stating your reason for application.
Arizona also has a sex offender registry covering the entire state.