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What are Arizona jail inmate booking numbers?

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In Arizona, the Arizona Department of Corrections assigns each inmate at the moment of being booked into the state prison system, an ADC number used throughout their period of incarceration. The ADC number can be used to access public inmate information from the ADC inmate database.

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Information that is accessible by the public through the ADC inmate database includes sentence length, type of conviction and the prison facility where the offender is being housed. Inmates are only allowed to review their own automated summary record file once per year. Sharing information obtained from the ADC database with an inmate, even if it is the prisoner's own file, is a felony in Arizona.

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