This service has been introduced in San Diego County in part through a grant from the California State Sheriff’s Association.
Users are able to register an e-mail address and/or telephone numbers in order to be notified when an inmate is released, is pending release (for sentenced inmates with scheduled release dates), or when transferred to a facility in another county or state prison.
"Who’s In Jail" This online resource allows you to search for inmates in the Sheriff’s custody.
Virtually all public information about the inmate is available in this area of the site.
For inmates affected by the transfer to Pennsylvania Department of Correction (PADOC), please review the attached FAQ: Pennsylvania Offender Transfer FAQ. VINELink is the online version of VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) , the National Victim Notification Network.
The Department of Correction encourages individual seeking information on the incarceration of an offender in the State of Delaware to utilize this online tool.
It explains: "He/She will get excited when their name is called to receive a letter from you. However, others might wonder what they might be getting themselves into.
For there is a Free Inmate Locator, which purports to offer official details of the incarcerated from 42 states. Some might say, indeed, that Meet-An-Inmate is more honest.
You might be wondering, though, how the inmates present themselves. At least there, you know about some of the bad things the hopeful lovers have done in their lives.
You may find it difficult to contact the person who was arrested for some time after booking, and the nature of the jail system may make it difficult for you to acquire the information you need concerning the arrest.
Important information about the San Diego County Jails and their inmates can be found on these pages and by contacting our helpful staff.
Americans like to love, but also like to incarcerate.