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Databases Updated on Oct 22, 2020

How to Perform Alaska Inmate Lookup

AK keeps all inmate records online and searchable according to the Freedom of Information Act so you can easily look someone up who is in prison in Alaska. You can use the Alaskan-authorized database and search for inmates in AK with just the person’s prison ID or name. You also have the option of using Alaska prison Inmate search tool for a complete record of their criminal activities. With both methods, using just someone’s name you can see where they are being held and other pertinent information.

Creating Public Jail Records

Alaska’s Chief Classification Officer of the Department of Corrections maintains the database of jail records for each inmate incarcerated in Alaska’s prison system. Although Alaska does not have their own searchable database, they provide the information to VineLink service so you can find someone jailed in Alaska. The records you can access will provide basic information such as name, aliases, age, race, gender, date of incarceration, their ID number, and where they are currently detained. The Alaska jail inmate search will also show what the agency reported the information.

What are Alaska Jail Records?

Alaskan jail records are the details that the state keeps on every inmate who is admitted into the system. These records are kept from the point of arrest and everything that happens after. The records may include mug shots, personal details and description of the criminal, all arrests, charges, and sentencing. You may also see their age, date of incarceration, race, and gender. The inmate records that are collected and maintained by the state cover all 19 boroughs.

Jail and Inmate Search in Alaska

Alaska uses a unified jail/prison system where the two entities are integrated at the state level rather than local. Alaska’s inmate population consists of 306 criminals in 15 local jails and 4,434 inmates incarcerated in 12 prisons. 1,871 employees run the jails and prisons, and they operate on a budget of $317 million. Within the Alaskan prison system, 804 people are incarcerated for violent crimes per hundred thousand residents. The property crime rate per hundred thousand residents is 3,353. The number of inmates currently on probation based on that same resident figure is 1,193 with another 326 on parole.

Criminal Justice Quick Facts

374
Alaska Imprisonment Rate
2,089
Prison Population
6,513
Probation Population
6,513
Parole Population
3.8:1 (Black : White Ratio)
0.5:1 (Hispanic : White Ratio)
Racial Disparity in Incarceration Rate
262
Juvenile Custody Rate (per 100 000)
14,439 (2.61%)
Disenfranchised Population
1,450 (6.83%)
Disenfranchised African Americans
365
Corrections Expenditures (in millions)

Alaska Parole Population

Alaska parole population as of the beginning of 2016 counted 2,100 people, 326 paroles per 100.000 population. That’s by 288 people less compared to the previous year, which has decreased by 13.7%.

Paroles per 100.000 population (2016)
Nationwide
349
Alaska
326
Parole Total Population in Alaska (2016)
Nationwide
870,657
Alaska
2,100
Parole Entries & Exits (2016)
Entries
717
Exits
1,005
Change in 2016, in Percentage and Number
Percent
-13.7%
Number
-288
Number on parole per 100,000 U.S. adult residents
Increased by
4,120
Adults entering parole, by type of entry
Type of Parole Entry:
Number of Parolees:
Discretionary
143
Mandatory
325
Reinstatement
249
Term of supervised release
0
Other
0
Unknown
0

Alaska Prisons

The state is one of six states that use a unified justice system where their jails and prisons are integrated. The state operates 12 prisons and 15 jails. The Alaskan prison population has decreased over the past few years by almost 1000 offenders per year. AK is dedicated to ensuring the safety of the community and therefore offers secure confinement along with rehabilitation programs and “supervised community reintegration” to help inmates after release. The state holds high standards in regard and treats all criminals with human dignity in a safe environment where they can pay their debt to society while also learn how to be a better member of society once released. The cost to house one inmate for the year is $49,800 with a total annual budget of $317 million and 1,871 staff members.