Hawaii State Inmate Finder
Free Hawaii Inmate Records Search
Hawaii Inmate Finder Information
The Florida inmate finder is your door to the Hawaii Department of Public Safety website, which then leads to the State of Hawaii Department of Public Safety Corrections Division. Once in that section of the website, the Corrections Division area will provide most of the information you’re searching for, available through one or more of the various departments including the Inmate Classification Office, Correction Program Services, Institutions Division (encompassing jails and prisons), Intake Services Center Division and a Locate an Offender protocol. Enter a name in the form above to begin your Hawaii inmate finder.
The Hawaii Department of Public Safety’s Corrections Division offers its Locate an Offender service through VINELink, an online portal to America’s number-one victim notification network known as VINE. This presents concerned citizens and victims an avenue to free, anonymous and confidential access to timely information and notification – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – on the parole status and custody of offenders under the jurisdiction of the State of Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety.
VINELink provides the most reliable information for custody status changes and criminal case data, which can then be accessed by phone, email, TTY and text messaging where available. VINE – which stands for the National Victim Notification Network – was specifically conceived to keep victims informed about the custody status of their offenders, and is today available in thousands of communities across the nation.
For more information, you should contact the Offender Management Office at (808) 587-1367.
Hawaii Inmate Records and Additional Info
View Hawaii inmate records by clicking here. It must be understood that this inmate finder – because it is intended as a reference guide only – assumes no liability or responsibility for any inaccuracies. Obtainment of official copies of inmate records or data can be had by contacting the Hawaii Department of Public Safety directly. Furthermore, this Hawaii inmate finder exists not only to promote public safety and welfare but to provide information services, and should you have any feedback regarding the whereabouts of an offender in Hawaii, it is requested that you contact any of the administrative numbers on the Department of Public Safety’s website, or your local law enforcement agency.