First Name/Last Name:
In the First Name and Last Name fields, the search will return all matches whose
names begin with
the letters you type. For example, if you enter Williams
the search will also turn up Williamson
(if it matches the other criteria you
select). If you enter Will
, it will look for Williams
, and so forth. This can be handy if you are
unsure of the spelling of a name (Clark
This is an identification
number assigned by the department. This number is six characters long and is either
completely numeric or one alpha character followed by five numeric characters. This is the
primary means by which the department identifies offenders.
If unsure about any of these fields it is best to select All
Escape Date To/From:
DC Criminal History Offense Category:
If the approximate escape date is known a date range may be entered. For example, if for certain the inmate had escaped sometime in January of 1998 then enter
Escape as of Date: From: January 1 1998 Escape as of Date: To: January 31 1998. This will return all inmates escaped during the month of January. As noted,
escapes prior to October 1, 1990 are not available.
This allows the user to search for groups of offenders with a particular type of criminal
offense history. This function also works in conjunction with the other search criteria.
For example, in the "Inmate Release Information" search, a law enforcement officer could
search for sex offenders that were released to a particular county within the last 14 days.
County of Commitment:
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This allows the user to search for offenders that were incarcerated in a particular facility or state (if the inmate served their Florida sentence in another state).
This allows the user to search for offenders that escaped from a particular facility or state (if the inmate served their Florida sentence in another state).