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Wyoming inmate records are created when someone is first arrested. Then everything that happens to that inmate is documented and kept in the file. The first form is the RAP sheet, which contains the suspect’s name, address, phone number, and physical description. The arresting officer also notes the details of the crime. Once convicted and the offender moves to prison, the inmate records are maintained and kept updated daily. The Wyoming Department of Corrections is the entity in charge of inmate records for the state. They keep them online in a database which is searchable so the general public can perform an inmate search at any time.
Finding someone located in a Wyoming jail or prison is pretty straightforward. However, the processes are not the same. The Wyoming Department of Corrections offender search feature gives the option to find someone incarcerated in a state-run prison facility, simply follow the instructions below:
You may also try the Infotracer search tool when looking up inmate records, criminal histories, arrests, warrants, incarcerations, court cases, and more.
The Wyoming state prison inmate locator system is relatively simple. The state prison is also simpe as it only has a few different types of facilities and programs. All state-run facilities and programs are overseen and operated by the Wyoming Department of Corrections and the state Governor. The Wyoming prison system consists of the following items:
Wyoming has five state prisons that hold felons who have broken state laws. These facilities are run by the Wyoming Department of Corrections. There are no federal prisons on Wyoming soil. However, the state does have twenty-nine juvenile detention facilities to house youth offenders (below the age of 18) and thirteen county jails that hold pretrial detainees and recently arrested suspects.
Wyoming’s prison system holds 2,374 residents in various kinds of correctional facilities, from which 2,090 residents are held in state prisons, 6 in federal prisons, 2 in juvenile correctional facilities, and 7 in local jails.
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Wyoming has only five state prisons. One of them is a work-release program aimed at helping transition soon-to-be-released inmates. One of the facilities houses only women. The others serve male inmates and have different units for custody. The list of state prisons in Wyoming consists of:
The process for finding someone in a Wyoming state prison is pretty simple because the Wyoming Department of Corrections has a Wyoming inmate locator feature right on their website. They keep all inmate records in a consolidated database, making it easy to look up a Wyoming state prison inmate. Follow the instructions below to perform an inmate search for someone in Wyoming state prison:
The state of Wyoming has thirteen county jails. These facilities hold arrested suspects and pretrial detainees from the local area. Each is run by the local county Sheriff’s Office. Some of these law enforcement agencies have websites of their own. The list of county jails in Wyoming includes:
The process for finding someone in a local county jail in Wyoming is not the same as for state prisoners. This is because all local jails are run and operated by local law enforcement, and therefore, the inmate records are not included in the same database. Therefore, anyone wanting to find an inmate in a local county jail in Wyoming should contact the local Sheriff’s Office or search online. Some Sheriff’s Offices have websites with an inmate listing or search feature.
Wyoming has a lot of juvenile detention centers and group homes to serve the at-risk youth population. They have seven secure residential facilities and also contract with group homes, private, and even out-of-state facilities. These types of programs are run by the Wyoming Department of Family Services Division of Juvenile Justice. The list of juvenile detention centers and youth facilities include:
A Wyoming offender search for a juvenile in a youth detention center online is not possible. Juvenile records are kept sealed until the offender is an adult. At which time, they can petition the court to remove the records completely. However, anyone wishing to find an inmate in a juvenile detention center in Wyoming can contact the Wyoming Department of Family Services Division of Juvenile Justice or the facility directly.
Only 5,400 people are incarcerated in the state of Wyoming. Of that total, less than half (2,500) are in state prison, 1,900 are in local jails, 790 reside in federal prisons outside the state, 180 are in youth detention, 30 are in Indian Country facilities, and 30 are involuntarily committed to mental institutions.
Wyoming’s incarceration rate for year-end 2016 under state prison or local jail jurisdiction per 100,000 population was 406, which is lower than an average incarceration rate by 10%. The number of Wyoming prisoners at the year-end of 2016 was 2,374, from which 12% were female prisoners, whereas the number of male prisoners was 2,088 in 2016.
The state of Wyoming has only a few state prisons, and only one has a work-camp component. This facility acts somewhat as transitional housing for inmates who will be released soon. It provides them with life-skills and training to prepare for society. Inmates who do not participate in this program will simply return home to family and friends.
Parole is a privilege given to inmates who have stayed out of trouble while in prison and who have served a portion of their sentence. When the parole board feels they are ready for release, they may grant them parole. Parole is a supervisory program where the inmate must follow strict rules or be returned to prison for the remainder of their sentence.
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|State Parole Population:||842|
|Change in 2016:||7%|
Occasionally instead of prison, a judge may order probation for first-time or low-risk offenders. The person may remain free and resume a normal life, but they must also follow some strict regulations. One of which is regular check-ins with their probation officer. If the offender fails to follow the rules, they will immediately go to prison.
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|State Probation Population:||4,666|
|Change in 2016:||-4%|