District of Columbia is the 51st largest state in terms of area comprising 68.34 sq mi of land. The District of Columbia state has total population of 705749 and it is the 49th most populated state in United States.
As per UCR report, the law enforcement agencies had arrested 13682 people last year from all area comes under the legal jurisdiction of District of Columbia State. Out of which 505 are of under 18 years of age.
District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC) is the official authority to administrate the jail and prison department within the limits of District of Columbia State. The District of Columbia DOC is responsible for maintaining the record of inmates serving their sentence in different jails within the District of Columbia state limits.
The people who violates the United States Federal Law are arrested by Federal Police or Federal Law Enforcing Agencies are confined in Federal Prison situated in territorial boundaries of District of Columbia State. These jails are administrated under the authority of Federal Bureau of Prisons. The record of inmates kept in these federal BOP can be search and obtain from official BOP website. Whereas the people who violates the District of Columbia State law are arrested and incarcerated in District of Columbia state prisons. The District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC) maintains the record of arrest and incarceration within its jurisdictional limits.
District of Columbia Incarceration Facilities
On and all the inmates in District of Columbia State are kept in facilities listed below, and the record of arrest and inmates are maintain by Federal BOP, District of Columbia DOC, and respective jail offices. (See the procedure to find inmates in District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC) Inmates Database).
District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC)
|Authority Name||District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC)|
|Address||2000 14th Street, NW, Seventh Floor, Washington, DC 20009|
As the District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC) is responsible to maintain the record of inmates serving their sentence or trial period in the facility centers of District of Columbia Department of Corrections (DOC). The District of Columbia DOC provides the online facility to check and verify the details of inmates confined within its jurisdiction. So this facility also provides the opportunity to check anybody’s criminal record within District of Columbia State.
- To check the record first visit District of Columbia DOC Inmate look up page.
- Once the look up page loaded, enter the details like:
- Inmate ID
- First Name
- Last Name
- Date of Birth
- Date of Incarceration
- If you don’t know the inmate ID then you can still search the database by entering first and last name. Then press the search button.
- The database will show the list of inmates that fully or partially match the input data.
- Scroll down and click on inmate name to get the details.