Directory of Prisons — State by State


Alaska

Alaska Department of Corrections

Alabama

Alabama Department of Corrections

Arizona

Arizona Department of Corrections

Arkansas

Arkansas Department of Corrections

California

California Department of Corrections

Colorado

Colorado Department of Corrections Press Release

Connecticut

Connecticut Department of Corrections

Delaware

Delaware Department of Corrections

Florida

Florida Department of Corrections

Florida Dept. of Juvenile Justice

Georgia

Georgia Department of Corrections

Georgia Board of Pardons & Paroles

Georgia Dept. of Juvenile Justice

Hawaii

Hawaii Department of Public Safety

Idaho

Idaho Department of Corrections

Idaho Association of County Juvenile Justice Administrators

Southwest Idaho Juvenile Detention Center

Magic Hot Springs Youth Camp-Twin Falls

Illinois

Illinois Department of Corrections

Indiana

Indiana Department of Corrections

Iowa

Iowa Department of Corrections

Kansas

Kansas Department of Corrections

Kansas Regional Juvenile Detention Center

Kentucky

Kentucky Justice Cabinet

Kentucky Council on Crime and Delinquency

Kentucky-Green River Correctional Complex

Louisiana

Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice

Maine

Maine Department of Corrections

Maryland

Maryland Department of Corrections

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Department of Corrections

Michigan

Michigan Department of Corrections

Minnesota

Minnesota Department of Corrections

Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Corrections

Missouri

Missouri Department of Corrections

Montana

Montana Department of Corrections

Nebraska

Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

Nevada

Nevada Department of Corrections

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Department of Corrections

New Jersey

New Jersey State Department of Corrections

New Mexico

New Mexico Department of Corrections

New York

New York State Department of Correctional Services

New York State Commission of Correction

New York City Department of Correction

North Carolina

North Carolina Department of Corrections

Ohio

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Department of Youth Services

Oregon

Oregon Department of Corrections

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Department of Corrections

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Department of Corrections

South Carolina

South Carolina Department of Corrections

South Dakota

South Dakota Department of Corrections

Tennessee

Tennessee Department of Corrections

Texas

Texas Department of Corrections

Windham School District — the correctional education agency of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Texas Juvenile Probation Commission (TJPC)


Texas Youth Commission

Utah

Utah Department of Corrections

Utah Division of Youth Corrections

Vermont

Vermont Criminal Justice Services

Virginia

Virginia Department of Corrections

Washington

Washington State Department of Corrections

West Virginia

West Virginia Division Of Corrections

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Corrections

Wyoming

Wyoming Department of Corrections



For All 50 States and Beyond

Department of Corrections Health Care Providers

Pardons and Paroles Board — by state

Correspondence Page — Buddhist Peace Fellowship Prison Project Guidelines for Answering Prison Correspondence.

State Prison Inmate Locator

BOP Inmate Locator. Includes all Federal inmates from 1982 to present. Visits to this website may be monitored! Please see our privacy notice for further details.

List of all the Federal Prison Facilities.

List of all County Jails


Additional Information for Various States

Alabamba

Alabamba Department of Corrections

Commissioner Richard F. Allen (March 2006 to present)

101 So. Union Street
Montgomery, AL 36130-1501
Tel: 334/353-3883
Fax: 334/353-3891

email the commissioner: pio@doc.state.al.us

Inmate's Handbook (received and scanned April 4, 2004) for public review.


Alabama Pardons & Paroles Board

Central Office
500 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Tel: 334/242-8700
Website


Alabama Districts
– List of who to contact with questions or problems:

Alabama Hospitality House – Atmore - May 29, 2004 - The Hospitality House of Atmore desires to serve families in need. One avenue through which this can be accomplished is to offer an opportunity to meet the basic, over-night needs of families first, and close friends second, who are visiting the incarcerated in the Atmore area

Alabama Pardon and Parole Scheduled Hearing Dates – All hearing dates listed are subject to change. Find Pardon and Parole hearings by first letter of last name.

Tutwiler Women's Prison


California

Calipatria State Prison, California - Regarding legal mail

CDC Information Network: For California's Families and Friends of the Incarcerated

California Prisons – Rules you need to know if you are visiting someone who is living in a California Prison

Visitors Abuse at Donovan in California How it was as of October 4, 2001. We encourage everyone to write Warden Hornung to complain about how visitors are mistreated when they travel to visit their loved ones.

UPDATE – How it is as of November 4, 2001. We would like to thank all of you who wrote to complain about how visitors were being treated. Here is the latest report on the situation there at Donovan. I am pleased to report that conditions have greatly improved.

UPDATE
- November 5, 2001

Contact Information :

Acting Warden Thomas M. Hornung,
Donovan State Prison,
480 Alta Road,
San Diego, CA 92179

http://www.bop.gov/inmate.html

Tehama County Detention Center in Red Bluff, CA — Current Inmate Listing


Florida

Conditions at Indian River County Jail – Florida


Kentucky

McCracken County Jail in Paducah, KY — Current Inmate Listing


Mississippi

Prison Conditions at Parchmann, Mississippi


Tennessee

The Unforgiven in Tennessee – This web site has been designed to be the foremost informative provider on Tennessee's prison system, known as the Tennessee Department of Correction, or the TDOC. The decision was made to form this site after trying to find other sources of information concerning several aspects of the Tennessee correctional system, only to discover that all of our efforts led to a dead end or that the information provided by the state was misleading, incorrect or out of date. We have found like so many before us, that Tennessee has constructed a shroud around their prison system and that any information on such is extremely hard to obtain. When someone does have a question, it is all but impossible to get a reliable answer.




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