Florida Inmate Finder Information
The Florida inmate finder will connect you with the Florida Department of Corrections website, where you can then connect to the site’s Offender Search tool. Once there, you will gain access to the Corrections Offender Network, which offers a plethora of categories to choose from including “Search All Corrections Offender Databases,” “Inmate Population Information Search,” “Inmate Release Information Search,” “Inmate Escape Information Search,” “Supervised Population Information Search” and “Absconder/Fugitive Information Search.” To begin a Florida inmate finder search enter a name in the form above.
The Florida Department of Corrections, in the interest of public safety, makes available to the general public – and law enforcement agencies – information and photographs of incarcerated inmates. This information is updated weekly, except for location changes and release dates, which are updated on a nightly basis. For additional information, contact the Department of Corrections Bureau of Classification and Central Records – Policy and Systems Development Sectionat (850) 488-9850 or visit email@example.com.
By selecting the Florida Department of Corrections’ single-search criteria, you will be granted access to a comprehensive tool that covers all databases (Inmate Escapes, Absconder/Fugitive, Inmate Releases, Inmate Population, Supervised Population); however, because database information can differ, only search options related to criteria common to all databases will be provided. For example – the search criteria “Warrant as of Date” would only apply to the “Absconder/Fugitive Information Search” and no other database. As such, it would not be considered an element for criteria when searching all databases.
Florida Inmate Records and Additional Info
Because it is intended to be a reference guide, this inmate finder assumes no responsibility or liability for any inaccuracies. To attain an official copy of inmate data or records, contact the Florida Department of Corrections directly at (850) 488-5021. The goal of this Florida inmate finder is not only to promote public welfare and safety, but to provide information services. Further, if you have any information regarding the whereabouts of an offender in Florida, it is requested that you contact the Florida Department of Corrections’ Bureau of Probation and Parole, Absconder Unit at (850) 717-3475 weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm, or your local law enforcement agency.