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New Jersey inmate records are created when someone is first arrested and continue until parole is completed. Local police officers and Sheriffs fill out a RAP sheet first, which contains the suspect’s name, address, crime details, and a mug shot. After that everything that happens in the inmate’s life is documented and updated in their file. The New Jersey Department of Corrections is the entity in charge of inmate records. They keep them online in a massive database so that anyone can perform an inmate search at any time of day or night.
The state of New Jersey Department of Corrections makes it very easy to find someone located in a New Jersey prison or jail because they have an inmate locator right on their website. The process for finding someone in jail is different than someone in prison. To find a person incarcerated in a state-run facility simply follow the instructions below:
Anyone interested in finding arrest records, inmate records, or other criminal records can use the Infotracer search tool to quickly and easily pull them up for review.
New Jersey has a fairly simple prison system with a few different types of facilities. The majority are reentry facilities, but they also have state-run prisons and other kinds of corrections units. The state of New Jersey prison system includes the following:
New Jersey has a variety of correctional facilities, all with different purposes and demographics. The state has nine state-run prisons and treatment facilities for felons who have been sentenced to more than a year in prison. Then they have three juvenile detention centers for youth offenders. They also have sixteen reentry centers and work camps, two federal prisons for federal inmates and numerous local county jails to hold pretrial detainees. The New Jersey Department of Corrections oversees all but the federal prisons and county jails.
New Jersey’s prison system holds 19,786 residents in various kinds of correctional facilities, from which 16,974 residents are held in state prisons, 6 in federal prisons, 3 in juvenile correctional facilities, and 83 in local jails.
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The state of New Jersey has nine state prisons, each with a different purpose. These facilities are overseen by the New Jersey Department of Corrections. The state prisons in New Jersey are:
The process for finding an inmate in state prison is straightforward since New Jersey keeps all inmate records online and organized in a central database. Simply follow the instructions below to find someone in a New Jersey state prison:
New Jersey also has two federal prisons that house inmates who broke federal laws. These two facilities are owned and operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FOB). The two federal prison facilities are:
The process for finding someone in a New Jersey federal prison is different than finding someone in state prison. The federal prison system is managed and overseen by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FOB). Therefore, someone would have to contact them directly to find an inmate in a New Jersey federal prison. The FOB also has a page for each facility on their website and an inmate locator that you can use to find someone. They also have information on visitation, phone calls, and sending money or gifts.
New Jersey has twenty-one counties, and each has its own local county jail. These facilities hold recently arrested individuals and pretrial inmates. They are managed and run by the local county Sheriff’s Office. Some of these organizations have websites of their own where you can learn more about what they do and how the local jails work.
Jails are not tied in with the database holding inmate information from the state-run facilities. However, anyone wanting to find an inmate in a New Jersey county jail can contact the local police or Sheriff’s Office to find out more information. Some of these agencies have websites of their own with inmate locators or lists of current residents in the jail.
New Jersey also has three juvenile detention centers which hold youth offenders. Each has different levels of security based on inmate needs. These facilities focus on academic and vocational education, group counseling, and mental health issues. The three juvenile detention centers in New Jersey are:
Juvenile records in most states are kept confidential until the inmate is 18. They then have the right to request expungement. Therefore, searching online for a juvenile detention inmate in New Jersey will not be possible. However, someone wanting to locate an inmate in a New Jersey youth detention center can contact the center directly. All three facilities are overseen by the New Jersey Department of Corrections.
The state of New Jersey also has sixteen reentry and treatment centers. These facilities help inmates before they are released back into society. They focus on job placement, treatment for addictions, and mental illness as well as other society reintegration assistance. Those types of facilities include:
All the state-run facilities are under the same organization, the New Jersey Department of Corrections which manages and oversees all operations. Therefore, the process for finding someone in a New Jersey reentry and treatment facility is the same as for state prison. Just follow the easy instructions below:
The state of New Jersey has about 39,000 people incarcerated in the state. Nineteen thousand of those are in state prisons. Another 15,000 are in local county jails. Approximately 3,200 inmates are in federal prison, 640 are in youth detention, and another 860 are in mental institutions receiving treatment. Roughly 63% of all New Jersey inmates are in prison due to violent offenses. Additionally, 14% are in prison due to weapons offenses, 13% are there because of drug charges, and 7% have committed property offenses.
New Jersey’s incarceration rate for year-end 2016 under state prison or local jail jurisdiction per 100,000 population was 221, which is lower than an average incarceration rate by 51%. The number of New Jersey prisoners at the year-end of 2016 was 19,786, from which 4% were female prisoners, whereas the number of male prisoners was 18,952 in 2016.
New Jersey has numerous work release programs and reentry centers to help inmates transition back into society. Therefore, before they are released, they may be moved to one of these facilities while they secure work, housing, and work on other life skills. Other inmates may just return home to family and friends.
Parole is a privilege given only to inmates who have behaved well while incarcerated and who do not pose a threat to society. They are released early by the parole board who supervised their progress during their stay. Once they are released on parole, they must comply with a list of rules including checking-in with a parole officer. If they violate any of these rules, they will return to prison to finish out their sentences.
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|State Parole Population:||15,128|
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On occasion, a New Jersey judge may order probation rather than prison for a first-time or low-risk offender. Probation is a supervisory program where someone is allowed to live free but must comply with court-ordered rules for a period of months or years. They must check-in regularly with a probation officer and receive routine drug tests. If they fail to comply with these rules, they will be sent to prison.
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|State Probation Population:||140,589|
|Change in 2016:||3%|