Did you know that the department of public safety in North Carolina has information on inmates dating back to 1972? The department has also developed a prisoner look-up tool and installed it on its website to lessen the task of seeking information on a single inmate in North Carolina. The database can be used to seek information on an inmate currently in custody and one on parole or probation.
Below is how you search for inmate information in North Carolina.
The search will require details on the inmate you are searching for, like their name and offender number. Additional information like age, gender, race, height, etc., can help the system narrow the search for you.
Findings related to your search points will be obtained.
Go through the results and identify the one whose information you wanted.
To get detailed information on the inmate, click on their offender number.
The developed inmate search tool can also be used to gain access to data on inmates who have already been released. It holds data on inmates released over the last three years. Searching for information on a recently released inmate requires their name, prisoner number, county, month, and year of release.
Those that seek information on released inmates using the database will gain access to inmates' biodata, offence types, offender number, release date, and release date.
You may also get information on inmates by visiting specific county jails or prison official websites. Such websites contain information about that specific correctional facility, including inmate rosters. Their administration offices update the system with information on inmates currently being held within the facility.
To use a particular correctional facility website, you must have some details about an inmate to get complete information about them, for instance, their name, prison number, age, or race.
North Carolina Jails Roster
North Carolina jail rosters are inmate documents containing a history of their journey through the justice system. They have the inmate's details from the moment they are arrested to the point they are through with their parole. These inmate records are gathered from police and Sheriff's offices, the court, community correctional centers, the holding facility, and medical centers.
Suppose you used any of the above methods to gain access to this inmate's information; the following is what you will learn about the inmate.
audio and video clips
prior criminal history and any additional information relevant to their sentencing.
Inmate information on juveniles may be restricted unless directed otherwise according to the law requirements. Also, an inmate's medical records are not to be made available for the public to view.
Information on inmates is made accessible to the public by traditional governmental agencies, organizations, and third-party websites. The third-party websites you may easily use include Law Enforcement search, NC Savan, and Automated System Query. To use any of them, you must know the inmate's name, the current location of the inmate, either the city or state.
North Carolina Sheriffs Association
The Carolina Sheriffs Association is an establishment that promotes, preserves and protects the Office of Sheriff in North Carolina. It accomplishes its target through training and educating on how to increase public safety to protect individual rights within the state.
The association is also involved in creating criminal justice scholarship programs for training youth in the criminal justice field and those under the care of law enforcement officials. The youths that benefit from this program must be enrolled in The University of North Carolina System and private, non-profit colleges in North Carolina.
The Statewide Disaster Assistance Network, Cooperative Purchasing Programs, Courthouse Security Assessment, Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Program, Inmate Medical Costs Management Plan, Catastrophic Inmate Medical Insurance Plan, and Traumatic Incident Response are just a few of the other initiatives the North Carolina Sheriffs Association is involved in to make sure that its obligations to the community are carried out smoothly.
Department NameNorth Carolina Department of Public Safety
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