One way to conduct a juvenile inmate search is to use Inmate Aid's search engine. Another way to find juvenile inmates is through crime victims' networks, such as VINE Link, which has information about offenders in most US states.Continue Reading
Although most states and the Federal Bureau of Prisons have inmate search features on their Department of Corrections websites, many only return information for adult inmates.
It is always best to conduct the search with a maximum of information. Knowing the inmate's first, middle and last names, gender and race can prove to be useful in locating the correct offender, and knowing the location and type of facility and the inmate's register number can also make the search a more productive one.Learn more about Public Records
An inmate search on the Orange County Sheriffs Department site yields an inmate's booking number, bail amount, next appearance date, housing location and custody status. This information is available for inmates of the Men's and Women's Central Jails in Santa Ana as well as inmates at other Orange County facilities.Full Answer >
Use the Minnesota Department of Corrections inmate locator, formally known as the offender locator, to find those in prison or released from prison and under supervision by entering the offender ID of the individual or search by name or birthdate. Level 3 predatory offenders appear on a separate search page.Full Answer >
To search for an inmate in a particular state, use that particular state's inmate search service, unless the inmate in question is in federal prison. For example, the state of New York lets the public search for an inmate by name, Department Identification Number or New York State Identification Number.Full Answer >
You can perform an inmate search at Tutwiler Prison by accessing the Alabama Department of Corrections website and using the site's inmate search tool. The ADOC database contains inmate information from different ADOC facilities, including Tutwiler Prison as of 2016.Full Answer >