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.Know More
The automated phone number to call is (225) 383-4580, as of September 2014. The system updates every 24 hours and includes information regarding parolees and probation. The Louisiana Automated Victim Notification System lets victims locate a convict over the Internet or by calling (866) 528-6748, as of September 2014.
Angola Prison, otherwise known as the Louisiana State Penitentiary, features unique programs such as a rodeo and agricultural activities on the grounds. The prison was built out of an old plantation building in the 1880s.Learn more about Public Records
The Louisiana Department of Corrections does not publish an updated list of inmates, but it does provide a database of offenders in custody that allows searching for individuals by name or identification number. Inmates incarcerated at Angola State Prison are listed under the Louisiana State Penitentiary.Full Answer >
The process for giving money to an inmate depends on the prison system in which they are incarcerated, but generally you can send money to inmates electronically or through the standard mail system. Alternatively, some prisons allow inmates to receive money via the JPay money transfer service.Full Answer >
Inmates currently incarcerated within a federal prison can be located using the search tool at the Federal Bureau of Prisons website. This tool can be used to find records pertaining to all federal inmates since 1982. To find inmate details from prior to 1982, data requests can be submitted to the National Archives via its website.Full Answer >
It is possible to contact federal prison inmates by calling them, writing to them or sending them an email. All of these communications pass through the Federal Bureau of Prisons, which means they are sometimes subject to monitoring.Full Answer >