U.S. Incarcerated Database Search
US law enforcement agencies maintain law and order within their jurisdictions. In turn, they regularly arrest persons violating local and state laws. Upon arrest, the detainee goes through the booking process and appears before a judge for sentencing, which may result in the need to settle a bond or transfer to a holding facility to await the completion of court proceedings. Other inmates proceed to state prisons to serve their time.
Then, are you a family member or friend looking for information on the whereabouts of a loved one in custody? If so, Cellblock7.org provides you with an online nationwide inmate search to help you keep tabs on the detainee’s movement through the legal system, starting from the initial booking process until their final release. Our offenders’ search database covers all jails and prisons in the 50 US states.
The Cellblock7.org inmate search lookup has a user-friendly interface, allowing anyone to scrutinize the inmate databases for free using available parameters like the inmate’s first name, initials for their last name, and year of birth. Providing the minimal details available will generate offender details for all inmates matching the search query. Then, you can narrow your search using other information like age, sex, county of incarceration, and arresting law enforcement agency.
A typical search result displays the following details about the inmate in seconds:
- Physical Description – Name and aliases, Mug shot, Age, Race, Gender, Weight, Height, Eye Color, Hair Color
- Arrest and Booking Details – Arrest Number and Type, Arrest Date and Time, Arresting Law Enforcement Agency, Booking Date and Time, Booking Agency, Booking Number, Booking Type
- Criminal History – Case/Cause Number, List of Charges, Sentencing Court, Bail Type and Amount, Disposition
- Custody Status – Current Holding Facility, Sentencing Date, Expected Date of Release, Possibility of Probation or Parole
Some search results include links for families to find a bail bondsman and settle the bond, send money to an inmate, and offline ways to locate an inmate, call, write, or visit an inmate.