The State of Delaware has two types of correctional facilities. First, there are four state prisons in Delaware. Then the State has thirteen community corrections facilities as well.
The four state prisons are:
The community corrections facilities are:
There are roughly 6,400 people in prison in Delaware at any given time. Of that total, 86% of them are male, and the other 14% are female. There are almost equally as many whites as blacks, along with only 3% Latino or Hispanic inmates. Most of them fall between the 20–40 age range. Delaware also has another 14,000 inmates on parole or probation that utilize the community corrections programs and facilities.
The State of Delaware Department of Correction is the government agency in charge of all correctional facilities and Delaware state prison inmate records. If someone wanted to do a Delaware state prison inmate search, they would contact them directly or check their website and use the inmate locator feature. The State of Delaware uses a unified justice system which is why there are no jails, only state prisons which hold both long-term and pretrial detainee inmates. According to their website: “The Department is the second-largest Executive branch agency in the State and the largest law enforcement agency in the State with over 2,500 employees. The Department is comprised of the Office of the Commissioner, Bureau of Administrative Services, Bureau of Correctional Healthcare Services, Bureau of Prisons and Bureau of Community Corrections.”
They also work within five levels of supervision which are:
Exactly half of all Delaware inmates (50%) are in prison due to public disorderly offenses such as weapons charges, DUIs, and violation of probation or parole. Almost 15% are in prison due to drug-related charges. The next highest number is in for violent offenses like robbery, kidnapping, murder, and sexual assault.