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Where to Find Georgia Inmate Records

Inmate records are official documents that contain information on convicted individuals who were incarcerated in a correctional facility in Georgia State. Persons tried for crimes in a state court may be sentenced to a state correctional facility if found guilty.

The Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) is responsible for collating and maintaining information on incarcerated offenders within the state. The Sheriff’s office within a county or city also manages inmate records within its jurisdiction.

Are Incarceration Records Public Information in Georgia?

Yes, incarceration records are public information in Georgia. The state’s Open Records Act ensures that the general public can access information maintained by government agencies, including inmate records. However, some records may be confidential information and, therefore, unavailable for copying or inspection. For example, the medical history of inmates is not available to the general public.

Records that are considered public may be accessible from some third-party websites. These websites often make searching simpler, as they are not limited by geographic location, and search engines on these sites may help when starting a search for a specific or multiple records. To begin using such a search engine on a third-party or government website, interested parties usually must provide:

  • The name of the person involved in the record, unless said person is a juvenile
  • The location or assumed location of the record or person involved. This includes information such as the city, county, or state that person resides in or was accused in.

Third-party sites are independent from government sources, and are not sponsored by these government agencies. Because of this, record availability on third-party sites may vary.

What Information is Contained in a Georgia Inmate Record?

  • Names and aliases
  • ID number
  • Name of the prison facility
  • Details of the offense committed
  • Sentence status
  • Mugshot
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Race/ethnicity
  • Date of incarceration and date of release

Where do I Look Up an Inmate in Georgia?

To look up inmate information in Georgia, interested individuals may use the following options:

GDC website: The Georgia Department of Corrections generates records of inmates in the state prison facilities, and interested persons can look up inmates through the agency’s available platforms. Typically, the GDC provides online search tools that the public can get information on inmates.

Sheriff’s Office: Offenders incarcerated in county jails have their records managed by the Sheriff’s office within its jurisdiction. Persons looking to obtain inmate information can visit the Sheriff’s office location and request them if they are eligible. Also, The Sheriff’s office may provide an online platform where individuals can access details of inmates.

Third-party websites: Some third-party websites provide the service of making inmate records available to the general public.

How Do I Conduct an Inmate Search in Georgia?

On the GDC website, individuals can obtain inmate information online by using the Offender Search to conduct searches on offenders incarcerated in Georgia. The GDC also provides a Facility Search service that allows users to search for the state’s correctional facilities by their names or location. Users of the facility search can also obtain information on inmates held in a particular facility by searching with their details.

Interested parties can also conduct inmate search on third-party websites that host a database of information on inmates in Georgia.

Persons looking to conduct inmate search on online platforms such as the GDC’s offender search and third-party websites may need to provide some personal information about the inmate. Users of the offender search can search by the name of inmates or their GDC ID number/case number. The GDC ID number is a unique number that identifies a particular offender, while the case number describes the inmate’s offense. Other details needed to conduct inmate search online includes gender, race, age, and the correctional institution.

To get copies of inmate records, interested parties may contact the Sheriff’s office in the county that the incarcerated offender is held. Requestors may visit the office of the Sheriff in-person and fulfill the requirements to obtain desired records, or a written request can be sent via U.S mail to the Sheriff’s office. Requestors can get the contact information of the Sheriff offices in the state on the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Directory.

How Can I Find an Inmate for Free in Georgia?

Querying parties can find inmate records at no cost by making use of the online inmate lookup tools. For example, interested persons can use the Georgia Department of Corrections Offender Search and Facility Search to find inmate information for free. Some counties also provide access to the register of inmates held in their correctional facilities on their websites. Fulton County offers an Inmate Search Database service that members of the public can look up information on inmates held in the Fulton County Jail.

How to Find Old Inmate Records in Georgia

The Georgia Department of Corrections generates and manages inmate records of both active and released offenders. To access records of former inmates, querying parties can prepare and send a written request to the GDC’s mailing address:

Inmate Records and Information

PO Box 1529,

Forsyth, GA 31029

How do I Conduct a Federal Prison Inmate Search?

There are five federal prison facilities located in Georgia. Individuals can conduct an inmate search online by using the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Inmate Locator tool. Querying parties can search by the inmate’s BOP register number, FBI number, or DCDC number. Users can also input the inmate’s full name, race, age, and gender in the Find By Name section to retrieve inmate information. The BOP updates the inmate database daily. Individuals having trouble finding an inmate can contact the bureau via a phone call at (202) 307–3198. Inquirers can also send written complaints and address it to the bureau’s location:

Federal Bureau of Prisons

320 First Street, NW

Washington, DC 20534

How Long Does It Take for An Inmate’s Information to Be Published in Georgia Inmate Locator?

While it is not explicitly stated how long it takes for an inmate’s information to be uploaded to the GDC’s website, in most cases, changes to an inmate’s records are available on the website within 24 hours after the change was effected on their internal systems.

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