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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 inmat... More »

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As of 2015, the Georgia Department of Corrections includes a Find an Offender tool at DCOR.State.GA.US. To use this tool, agree to the terms of service, and search for an inmate by a Georgia Department of Corrections ID ... More »

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The Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Department of Corrections and many county sheriff's offices provide online inmate locators that online users can access for free. The search tool is often accessible on the official web... More »

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The website of the Colorado Department of Corrections provides an online inmate search tool that allows online users to locate inmates incarcerated inside state prisons in Colorado. The websites of most county sheriff's ... More »

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There are several reasons why an inmate's name does not appear on the state's inmate search site. The inmate may be on parole or probation, was released earlier or is no longer in custody, or is incarcerated in another s... More »

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