Vermont Inmate Search

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Databases Updated on Aug 10, 2020

How to Perform Vermont Inmate Lookup

The state’s offender locator feature on the DOC website is a little different in that it lists all inmates in one single database like a spreadsheet. From there you can search and filter and even sort the columns. When you click on a record, you can see further details like all the charges against them and sentencing. Some files have mug shots, and some do not. You will see details about their age, race, gender, aliases, parole officer, caseworker and dates of parole or probation. You can also use a Vermont inmate records search online to find someone in prison.

Creating Public Jail Records

Administrative staff working for the Department of Corrections creates Vermont’s jail records. They may begin when someone is arrested, and a RAP sheet is typed up. They continue as the inmate moves through the system and appears in court, is sentenced and is assigned to a prison facility. Keeping track of each inmate is a big job and managing detailed jail records make this easier. Vermont prison inmate search records for the state are shared among all types of law enforcement so everyone has the same information and can update them quickly if the prisoner is in their custody.

What are Vermont Jail Records?

Currently, VT houses about 2,000 inmates in prison and 30 youths in detention centers. The state uses the rare unified prisons system that integrates both prison and jail. Only five other states use that system; they are Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, and Rhode Island. VT operates eight facilities across the state. Almost 48% of the state inmates are Black, 28% American Indian, 19% Hispanic and the rest are White. Vermont also oversees 934 inmates on parole and 4,904 people on probation.

Jail and Inmate Search in Vermont

Currently, VT houses about 2,000 inmates in prison and 30 youths in detention centers. The state uses the rare unified prisons system that integrates both prison and jail. Only five other states use that system; they are Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, and Rhode Island. VT operates eight facilities across the state. Almost 48% of the state inmates are Black, 28% American Indian, 19% Hispanic and the rest are White. Vermont also oversees 934 inmates on parole and 4,904 people on probation.

Criminal Justice Quick Facts

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Vermont Imprisonment Rate
1,229
Prison Population
5,164
Probation Population
1,083
Parole Population
10.5:1 (Black : White Ratio)
Racial Disparity in Incarceration Rate
47
Juvenile Custody Rate (per 100 000)
150
Corrections Expenditures (in millions)

Vermont Parole Population

Vermont parole population as of the beginning of 2016 counted 1,083 people, 185 paroles per 100.000 population. That’s by 148 people less compared to the previous year, which has decreased by 13.7%.

Paroles per 100.000 population (2016)
Nationwide
349
Vermont
185
Parole Total Population in Vermont (2016)
Nationwide
870,657
Vermont
1,083
Change in 2016, in Percentage and Number
Percent
-13.7%
Number
-148
Number on parole per 100,000 U.S. adult residents
Increased by
4,120

Vermont Prisons

The state of Vermont, along with Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Rhode, and Island uses a unified prison system combining jail and prison into one entity. The current inmate population across all eight facilities in Vermont is roughly 2,000 inmates. The state community corrections system is responsible for another 4,904 people on probation and 934 on parole. Based on one hundred thousand residents, Vermont has a violent crime rate of 158, a property crime rate of 1,694 and an overall incarceration rate of 197. It costs the state $49,502 per inmate per year. Vermont works off a budget of $155 million with a staff of 1,020 employees.