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Uniform Table of Minor Offenses (UMOT)

Minor Offense Rule 3(b) requires officers to cite offenses as they are listed in the court system’s Uniform Table of Minor Offenses.

Links to lists of offenses for the state and for each city and borough are available below. If you are not able to access any of the PDF files, please contact the court system at for assistance.

City and Borough Ordinances | State Statutes | State Regulations | Federal Regulations – Commercial Vehicle Offenses

City and Borough Ordinances

Choose a community in the table below to see the ordinances currently in the court’s table. Instructions for updating the list are at the top of the list.

If a community is not listed and has ordinances that should be included in the minor offense table, email your request to:

Updates: Updates to the lists may only be made by the person named at the top of each list. That person must use the fillable form: Request to Update UMOT (TR-550).

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State Statutes

Title 4
Alcoholic Beverages

Title 5
Amusements & Sports

Title 8
Business & Professions

Title 11
Criminal  Law

Title 14
Education, Libraries, and Museums

Title 16
Fish & Game

Title 18
Health, Safety, Etc.

Title 19
Highways and Ferries

Title 28
Motor Vehicles

Title 45
Trade & Commerce

Title 46
Water, Air, Energy & Environmental Conservation


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State Regulations


Fish and Game

11 AAC
Natural Resources

12 AAC
Professional Regulations

13 AAC
Public Safety

17 AAC
Transportation & Public Facilities

20 AAC
Misc. Boards & Commissions


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Federal Regulations – Commercial Vehicle Offenses

The federal motor carrier safety regulations listed in this table have been adopted by state law.

49 CFR
Motor Carrier Safety

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Rev. 7 April 2014
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