It's generally not possible to expunge – that is, erase or seal -- an accurate arrest or charge on an Alaska criminal record, even if you have completed probation. Alaska allows adult criminal records to be expunged in very limited circumstances. Below is a summary of Alaska’s state laws governing expungement.
In Alaska, you may ask to have your criminal record sealed only if the record is, beyond a reasonable doubt, based on mistaken identity or false accusation. To have your records sealed, you must complete a form called Request to Seal Criminal Justice Information.
If your criminal record is sealed, the information it contains may be disclosed only for purposes of:
(Alaska Statutes § 12.62.180)
If your criminal record is not based on mistaken identity or false accusation, but contains other errors, you may be able to have it corrected. To do so, you must complete a form called Request to Correct Criminal Justice Information.