In Arizona, the Arizona Department of Corrections assigns each inmate at the moment of being booked into the state prison system, an ADC number used throughout their period of incarceration. The ADC number can be used to access public inmate information from the ADC inmate database.
Information that is accessible by the public through the ADC inmate database includes sentence length, type of conviction and the prison facility where the offender is being housed. Inmates are only allowed to review their own automated summary record file once per year. Sharing information obtained from the ADC database with an inmate, even if it is the prisoner's own file, is a felony in Arizona.Learn More
Bronx Central Booking is a facility that completes processing of people who are arrested by the New York Police Department. After completion of all paperwork and processing, the arrested individual waits to appear before a judge in a legal process known as an arraignment, typically within 24 hours of arrest.Full Answer >
Louisiana offers an "Offender Locator" system that allows citizens to locate a prisoner within the Department of Corrections system, including Angola prison inmates. One must know the convict's DOC number or the prisoner's name and date of birth to access information regarding the facility, contact phone number and release date.Full Answer >
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.Full Answer >
The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction's website lets you search for a prisoner online using a variety of search criteria. You can use as many or as few search parameters as you like.Full Answer >