Florida Department of Corrections is the country’s third largest prison system and is the state’s largest state agency. There are approximately 96,000 inmates currently incarcerated in different jails administered by Florida Department of Corrections. Other than that FDC supervises more than 166,000 offenders within the community. All this is done by nearly 24000 employs of FDC, it is pertinent to mention that more than 80% of staff is certified probation officers or correctional officers.
In Florida State inmates are kept in different federal and state prisons. Other prisons includes respective county, city, police and military prisons.
The Florida Department of Corrections maintains the record of all inmates serving their sentence in Florida state prisons. Any body can easily search the inmates present in FL state prisons through the record maintained by FLDOC.
The inmates serving in federal prisons located within the territory of Florida state is maintained by Federal Bureau of Prisons and can be searched easily through BOP website managed by Federal BOP.
The FDC is committed to achieve its goals that is to provide inmate talent development, inmate/offender rehabilitation programs, to promote communications, and to provide healthy environment. These goals can be easily achieve through core values of FDC that includes safety, accountability, fairness, integrity, and innovation.
Florida State Jails
The Florida State currently take the inmates to different jails. The record of inmate data is maintained and organised in form of database by the respective jail department. Here is the list of different jail types operated within Florida boundaries.
Top Crimes in Florida State
As per official records, the Florida state has arrest rate of 35 criminals per 1000 people. The national average arrest rate is 36 criminals per 1000 people. So arrest rate of Florida state is lower than the national arrest rate.
The list of most committed crimes in Florida state are given below with number of times the crime is reported.
|Drug Abuse Violations||114550|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||8211|
FLDOC Inmate Lookup
Enter all relevant Inmate Details
Click Search Button and Get Result
The FLDOC Corrections Offender Network page will load where you can search the inmate either through last name or first name or through DC number.
Then click on ‘Submit Request’. The Offender Information Search will load all the inmates matching the first or last name. Each page contains maximum of 20 results.
To get the accurate result you must enter the inmate DC number. If you don’t know the dc number then you can search from first or last number. Then you have to identify and select the desired inmate data.