Searches can be done using an inmate’s first and last name (no hyphens) or using a known DOC number. Searches can also be filtered to reveal inmates based on gender. Interested parties can also discover the location of an inmate by calling at (719) 226-488.
The best way to locate information on a federal prisoner for free is to go to the Bureau of Federal Prisons website at www.bop.gov. Then, go to the inmate locator tab. You can search by inmate number or name.
The easiest way to find an inmate’s ID number is online. If your inmate is in federal prison, you can find their number on the BOP website. If your inmate is in state prison, you can find their number on that state’s DOC website. To find an inmate number on the BOP website, you need the inmate’s first and last name.
You can also call (720) 913-3642 or the prisoner information line at (720) 913-3600.
Colorado Court Records : CoCourts.com CoCourts.com is among the first online, statewide, real-time court record sites in the United States. You’ll get access to Colorado court records including Denver County as an optional add-on.
Dodge Correctional Institution
You can call he facility and ask to speak to the counselor. They will tell you how our inmate is “behaving”.
The public can call 213-473-6100, 24 hours a day to find out if a person is in custody . Callers can obtain information on anyone who is in custody at jails operated by either the Los Angeles Police Department or Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
If you search through the state database and cannot find the inmate it is possible that the inmate is in either a Federal facility or they could be in a jail that is not included in the state databases. You will need to know the name the inmate was arrested, or committed to an institution under.
Department of Correction
DC Number : This is an identification number assigned by the department. This number is six characters long and is either completely numeric or one alpha character followed by five numeric characters. This is the primary means by which the department identifies offenders.
To locate a Florida state prison inmate , visit the search page of the Corrections Offender Network. Using this search tool, you can find inmates by first/last name or DC number (a six-character numeric or alphanumeric designation unique to each inmate in correctional facilities overseen by the FDC).
How to add money to an inmate’s commissary account: Select Send Money Now button. Select the appropriate state and facility. Enter at least 3 characters of the resident’s last name or their ID. Enter your payment information and amount of deposit, click the check box after reading the terms and conditions and select ok.
A $2,500 bond must be posted in order to bond out a vehicle that is been impounded for driving without a valid driver&8217;s license or driving under revocation. Additional fees must be paid at the Bonding office and the VIF in addition to the bond amount.
In the past month, the Department of Corrections has moved 1,200 people out of the state’s prisons, mostly to parole. As a result, the number of people sent to prison waiting in jail , known as the jail backlog , has increased by more than 300 in the past month.