The Hawaii Department of Public Safety oversees the inmates in the following jails and prisons throughout the state of Hawaii:
The Hawaii Department of Public Safety uses VINELink to locate inmates. VINELink is the America’s Victim Notification Network. You can look up inmates and even get alerts (text messages, emails, and phone calls) as they go through the court system.
Unlike the state of Hawaii, the city and county jails keep their own records of inmates separate from the states. You will have to contact them, if you are looking for an inmate in one of those jails.
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|
|Hawaii Community Correctional Center||State Prison||Hawaii County|
|Halawa Correctional Facility||State Prison||Honolulu County|
|Kauai Community Correctional Center (KCCC)||State Prison||Kauai County|
|Kulani Correctional Facility||State Prison||Hawaii County|
|Maui Community Correctional Center||State Prison||Maui County|
|Waiawa Correctional Facility||State Prison||Honolulu County|
|Women's Community Correctional Center||State Prison||Hawaii County|
|Oahu Community Correctional Center||State Prison||Honolulu County|
|Honolulu Jail||City Jail||Honolulu County|
|Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility||State Prison||County|
|County of Maui Jail||County Jail||Maui County|
|Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam||Military Prisons||County|
|FDC Honolulu||Federal Prison||Honolulu|