OTIS is an acronym for the Offender Tracking Information System, a database developed to help people find those under the supervision of the Michigan Department of Corrections, notes the agency. The department retains of... More »

The OTIS tracking system is used to provide information about any offender who ever has been, or still is, in a Michigan prison, on parole or probation under the supervision of the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDO... More »

The Offender Tracking Information System requires an inmate's last name or Michigan Department of Corrections number if the inmate is an active offender currently detained in an MDOC-managed facility. No additional infor... More »

The OTIS tracking system is used to provide information about any offender who ever has been, or still is, in a Michigan prison, on parole or probation under the supervision of the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDO... More »

A first degree felony in Florida is a crime that is punishable by more than one year, up to 30 years imprisonment, 30 years in the department of corrections or a fine of $10,000. The common first degree felonies include ... More »

Information about child support warrants and the names of individual offenders with outstanding warrants against them are available from the electronic database of the authorized child support program agency, according t... More »

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The easiest way for a vehicle owner to check for unpaid parking tickets is to visit the website of the local government agency that issues tickets, typically an office of the department of transportation, and run a licen... More »