Table of Contents
- How to Perform Washington Inmate Lookup
- What are Washington Jail Records?
- Jail and Inmate Search in Washington
- Criminal Justice Quick Facts
- Washington Parole Population
- Washington Prisons
- Washington Inmate Records by Counties
How to Perform Washington Inmate Lookup
When searching for an inmate located in a WA jail or prison, you need only their last name or DOC number. From there you will see a list of inmates with some information like ID, name, and facility. There is also a link where you can be notified of any updates to the prisoner’s status. This is for victims of crimes they committed. There is no option to see more details on each inmate. However, you can use Washington inmate records search online to find out everything about someone in jail or prison including complete criminal history, mug shots and more.
Creating Public Jail Records
The state Department of Corrections administrators are constantly filling out paperwork and creating jail records for each inmate. The process begins when something occurs regarding the inmate, such as when they are arrested, and their RAP sheets are typed up. Other events like visitor logs, court appearances, participation in work-release or educational programs, medical issues or other things that happen while they are incarcerated are all documented and kept in their jail record. The state shares Washington prison inmate search records will all other forms of law enforcement to keep everyone abreast of what is going on with each prisoner.
What are Washington Jail Records?
Washington jail inmate search records are the forms and papers that are filled out on each inmate in the system. Intake paperwork, moves to new facilities, visitor logs, medical history, court documents are just some of what is kept in each inmates criminal file. Washington inmate search records are updated frequently and shared among all branches of law enforcement, and some are even available to the public. These records follow each inmate from arrest all the way through parole appearances.
Jail and Inmate Search in Washington
WA State currently has 19,802 inmates in prison and 12,150 in jail. 3.1% are in work-release programs. The average stays for an inmate in WA it 23.7 months. 32% come back within a three-year period after release. 91.8% are male, and 8.2% are female. The majority of the state inmates are White (70%), the second largest demographic is Black (18.3%), 13.4% are Hispanic, 5.1% are American Indian, 4.2% are Asian, and the rest are unknown. The average age of inmates in the state is 38.9. One-quarter of the inmates are serving 2-5 year sentences. The highest number of inmates are incarcerated due to drug crimes then the next highest is assault.
Criminal Justice Quick Facts
Washington Parole Population
Washington parole population as of the beginning of 2016 counted 11,131 people, 198 paroles per 100.000 population. That’s by 191 people more compared to the previous year, which has increased by 1.7%.
The state runs 59 jails and 12 prisons. They currently have 19,802 inmates in prison and 12,150 in jail. The state’s Department of Corrections operates off an annual budget of $1.9 billion and a staff of 8,300 employees. Based on one hundred thousand residents, WA has a property crime rate of 3,494, a violent crime rate of 302 and an overall incarceration rate of 259. It costs the state $46,897 per prisoner, per year. The state community corrections system also oversees 89,317 people on probation and 11,322 inmates on parole.
|Prison Name||Prison Type|
|Airway Heights Corrections Center (AHCC)||State Prison|
|Cedar Creek Corrections Center (CCCC)||State Prison|
|Clallam Bay Corrections Center (CBCC)||State Prison|
|Coyote Ridge Corrections Center (CRCC)||State Prison|
|Larch Corrections Center (LCC)||State Prison|
|Mission Creek Corrections Center for Women (MCCCW)||State Prison|
|Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC)||State Prison|
|Olympic Corrections Center (OCC)||State Prison|
|SeaTac FDC||Federal Prison|
|Seattle RRM||Federal Prison|
|Stafford Creek Corrections Center (SCCC)||State Prison|
|Tacoma ICE Processing Center||Private Prison|
|Washington Corrections Center (WCC)||State Prison|
|Washington Corrections Center for Women (WCCW)||State Prison|
|Washington State Penitentiary (WSP)||State Prison|