Listed below is the state sponsored inmate finder for the state of West Virginia
West Virginia Inmate Finder Information
West Virginia Inmate Finder contains a list of all offenders/ inmates sentenced to the West Virginia Department of Corrections or any of its facilities for committing felonies. In addition to a central office, West Virginia Department of Corrections have 4 work release centers, a prison industries’ main office, 12 correctional facilities, a training academy and 15 parole offices.
With Earl Ray Tomblin as the Governor, Jim Rubenstein as Commissioner, and Joe Thornton serving as the secretary, the West Virginia Department of Corrections is devoted to strengthening public security in West Virginia. As part of its efforts, the West Virginia Department of Corrections has developed an OIS Offender search system for locating inmates in West Virginia. However, it only contains the details about offenders who are serving their sentences or on parole in any of the West Virginia Department of Corrections facilities and does not include those who have either been released or shifted to any other place, which is outside the jurisdictions of the West Virginia Department of Corrections.
How to locate an offender using the West Virginia Inmate Finder?
You can search an offender in West Virginia by entering any of the following details in the online portal of West Virginia Department of Corrections:
* First and Last names of the offender or
* The offender Identification Number
However, if you do not know the full name of an offender or his/ her identification number, you can begin the search either by entering first 3 letters of the first and last names or the first 4 digits of the Offender’s Identification Number.
Details provided by the West Virginia Inmate Finder
West Virginia Inmate Finder provides you the following details about an offender:
* Offender Identification Number
* First, middle and the last names
* Suffix (if any)
* His/ her current location
* Date of Birth
* Height and weight
* Time and date of Intake
* Date of the next parole hearing (if applicable)
* Maximum parole discharge date
* Estimated release date and
* A list of court’s orders including sentencing county, order date, order number and offenses