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.Know More
Although most states and the Federal Bureau of Prisons have inmate search features on their Department of Corrections websites, many only return information for adult inmates.
It is always best to conduct the search with a maximum of information. Knowing the inmate's first, middle and last names, gender and race can prove to be useful in locating the correct offender, and knowing the location and type of facility and the inmate's register number can also make the search a more productive one.Learn more about Public Records
While it may be possible for specific government institutions to look up a Social Security number by name, such a search engine is not available to the general public. The federal government does provide services for verifying a Social Security number, however, by matching it with the person's name.Full Answer >
The process for accessing juvenile detention records varies from state to state. First, determine the state where the record is held. Next, locate the information needed to access records in that state. At a minimum, one must supply the individual's full name and date of birth to access a record.Full Answer >
According to the Law Dictionary, federal facilities maintain searchable databases of prisoners complete with updated information about their sentences and release dates while smaller local prisons often must be contacted via telephone or email in order to find such information. It is relatively easy to find an inmate's release date, as the information is in the public domain by definition.Full Answer >
Juvenile mug shots cannot be found online because juvenile records are not available to the general public, according to the Reporters Committee. A juvenile record is available only to the defendant, his parents or guardians, law enforcement and to individuals directly involved in the specific case the records pertain to.Full Answer >