Colorado DOC and State Prisons
The facilities listed are state prisons under the authority of the Colorado Department of Corrections. Colorado Revised Statutes concerning public records in the form of an inmate search, Title 24, Article 72, Part 2, states "It is declared to be the public policy of this state that all public records shall be open for inspection by any person at reasonable times, except as provided in this part 2 or as otherwise specifically provided by law."
Search for inmates in Colorado
Find inmates housed in the jails and prisons listed here. More searches are added when available, if you don't see your county, press the "Inmate Search" button. Information you'll receive can include offense reports, list of charges filed, arresting agency and requirements necessary for release.
- Local authority within state boundaries that governs smaller communities.
- Detention facility with criminal detainees awaiting trial or serving shorter sentences.
- Person in the custody of law enforcement for alleged illegal activity. Prisoner or convict.
More about corrections in Colorado
Here's a quick history of county jail inmate search in Connecticut. Connecticut county government was abolished in1960. The 9 existing county jails became state jails, later merging with the DOC in 1968. Usually, word of mouth and networking cause a group of departments to endorse each other for professional reasons and user's reference. Out of these, it doesn't take long to get a clearer picture and missing pieces you normally couldn't find with Google and conventional web searches.
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