How do you find an inmate in Essex County?

How do you find an inmate in Essex County?

If you are interested in obtaining general information about a particular inmate, please contact the Essex County Department of Corrections at 973-274-7500. If you are looking for someone who has been arrested in Essex County New Jersey, you can use the Essex County Prisoner Search. CLICK HERE for Essex County Prisoner Search

How do I search for an inmate?

You can find an inmate’s prisoner number by performing searches on various websites that provide inmate search services. To begin a search, visit the site and input all information that you have on the inmate. You can also conduct an inmate search using a federal inmate locator tool.

How do you find someone in jail?

The best way to find someone in jail for free is www.vinelink.com. On the site’s homepage, select the state where you want to search. You can search by their inmate ID number or by first and last name. Optional fields to narrow down the search results are date of birth or age range.

How to find a federal prisoner?

– Locate a Federal Inmate. To locate someone who is currently an inmate in a federal prison, or has been anytime since 1982, visit the Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate locator. – Locate a Person Held for an Immigration Violation. To do so, use the Online Detainee Locator System. Or, contact the field offices of the Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations. – Visit a Federal Inmate. Each prison sets its own visiting hours. By law, an inmate gets at least four hours of visiting time per month. – Send Money to an Inmate. You can send money to inmates so they can buy certain items. Options for sending money to inmates in state and local prisons vary. – Prison Records. You can find federal prison records by date. For state and local prison records, contact the state or local corrections department . – Complaints about Federal, State, and Local Prisons. You can file a complaint about a prison, policy, or procedure. You can also file a complaint about claims of abuse.