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How do you find information on Marysville prison inmates?

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The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction provides comprehensive information on inmates in the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville, Ohio, to the general public through an offender search engine. Users may search for inmates by name, parole board hearing date or inmate identification number.

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The State of Ohio's offender search engine only provides information on inmates who are either currently incarcerated in an Ohio State prison, under supervision of the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, judicially released from incarceration, or who died during incarceration. To find information about an inmate in the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville, Ohio, you must input some information about the inmate and specify the county of incarceration; Marysville is located in Union county.

The State of Ohio uses a special inmate numbering system for female inmates, such as those incarcerated at Marysville prison. The prefix to a female inmate's number is "W," followed by six digits. For most female inmates, the prefix is followed by a leading zero and a unique string of five digits. The offender search engine also allows users to search by inmate status: incarcerated inmates, inmates under APA supervision and violators at large. Examples of inmates under APA supervision include those on parole or under post-release control.

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