The District of Columbia Department of Corrections is responsible for keeping an updated database on all inmates in DC state prisons. Unlike other States, the District of Columbia Department of Corrections does not have their database online for public use.
If you are looking for information on an inmate, you can contact the department of corrections at (202) 523-7060 between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. You will need the inmates full name, or the court case attached to their name.
However, the city and county jails keep their inmate records separate from the state’s database. If you are looking for an inmate in either of those jail’s you will need to contact the appropriate people.
When an inmate is serving out their time in a state prison, they are property of that states Department of Corrections. Every states department of corrections has their very own database that is for the public to use. You will need to do the following to find an inmate in a state prison.
Once you enter that information on the next page, you will see all the inmates matching the criteria you put in.
|Correctional Facility Name||Type||County|
|DC Correctional Treatment Facility||Private Facility||County|
|DC Central Detention Facility||City Jail||County|
|Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling||Military Prisons||Washington County|
|Central Office||Federal RRM|
|FCI Fort Dix||Federal Prison||Burlington|
|MDC Guaynabo||Federal Prison||Guaynabo|
|RRM New York||Federal RRM||Kings|
|FCI Petersburg Medium||Federal Prison||Hopewell city|
|FCI Victorville Medium I||Federal Prison||San bernardino|