Table of Contents
- How to Perform Rhode Island Inmate Lookup
- What are Rhode Island Jail Records?
- Jail and Inmate Search in Rhode Island
- Criminal Justice Quick Facts
- Rhode Island Parole Population
- Rhode Island Prisons
- Rhode Island Inmate Records by Counties
How to Perform Rhode Island Inmate Lookup
If you want to find someone located in a RI jail or prison, you can search for them using their inmate ID, name, race, sex, age, or their town of residence. Rhode Island inmate records search will result in a list of possible matches. You can click on each record to see further details about the inmate's sentences with dates, charges, bail, bond and case numbers along with basic demographic information. If you want a complete criminal history, you can use a Rhode Island prison inmate search to find someone and all about them.
Creating Public Jail Records
The state prison administrators are continually creating jail records as new inmates arrive and others move to different facilities or are released on parole. Every form, document, and file created for each inmate is kept with their prison ID and permanent jail record. Jail records created and maintained follow the prisoner through the system and are shared among all law enforcement agencies. Sharing of information keeps everyone on the same page and makes it easier for a new facility to take possession of the prisoner.
What are Rhode Island Jail Records?
Rhode Island jail inmate search records are all the paperwork created that drives an inmate's progress through the penal system. It begins with an arrest warrant and then in-take paperwork with a RAP sheet. From there the inmate is set free on bail or bond or moved to the jail. Once there they may receive visitors, visit the court-house for a hearing or sentencing and even move to a permanent residence in prison. Each of these action items creates paperwork, which is added to their file and becomes part of their permanent Rhode Island inmate search record.
Jail and Inmate Search in Rhode Island
Rhode Island’s current inmate population is 12,927 with more than 84% of them being male and the rest female. 51.7% of inmates are White, 23.4% are Black and 20.8% Hispanic. The largest age group of inmates incarcerated in the state is 20-29 years old. Only 28.2% of offenders are in prisons because of a violent crime. 18% are there due to drug charges. 24% have violated their parole stipulations. About 53% of the state inmates have a high school diploma or GED. More than half of the inmates are parents with at least two children. 52% were unemployed when they were convicted. The average length of stay is six months or less.
Criminal Justice Quick Facts
Rhode Island Parole Population
Rhode Island parole population as of the beginning of 2016 counted 441 people, 54 paroles per 100.000 population. That’s by 19 people more compared to the previous year, which has increased by 4.3%.
Rhode Island Prisons
Rhode Island is one of the six states that use a unified system integrating their jails and prisons. Rhode Island has seven facilities housing 12,927 inmates and operates on a budget of $218 million with a staff of 1,419 employees. Based on one hundred thousand residents, the Rhode Island has an overall incarceration rate of 192, a violent crime rate of 239 and a property crime rate of 1,899. The state community corrections system oversees 22,781 people on probation and 460 inmates on parole. The cost per inmate for a year is $49,133.
|Prison Name||Prison Type|
|Anthony P. Travisono Intake Service Center (ISC)||State Prison|
|Bernadette Building||State Prison|
|Gloria McDonald Awaiting Trial and Medium Security Facility||State Prison|
|High Security Center (HSC)||State Prison|
|John J. Moran Medium Security Facility||State Prison|
|Minimum Security||State Prison|
|Rhode Island Maximum Security Prison||State Prison|