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What are Missouri Inmate Records?
Missouri inmate records are official documents that detail information on individuals incarcerated in correctional and detention facilities in Missouri. These facilities include minimum, medium, and maximum state prisons as well as county jails. Prisons and jails in Missouri keep personal and administrative inmate records and make most of these available to interested persons upon request per the Missouri Sunshine Law.
Persons who inspect or obtain Missouri inmate records can expect to see the inmate's personal information, including name, age, race, and recent mugshot. The administrative section of the inmate records also describes the inmates' arrival, incarceration, transfer, and release from the correctional facility.
Inmate records are considered public in the United States and therefore are made available by both traditional governmental agencies as well as third-party websites and organizations. Third-party websites may offer an easier search, as these services do not face geographical limitations. However, because third-party sites are not government-sponsored, the information obtained through them may vary from official channels. To find inmate records using third-party aggregate sites, requesting parties must provide:
The location of the sought-after record, including state, county, and city where the inmate resides.
The name of the person listed in the record, unless it is a juvenile.
Facilities Operated by the Missouri Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
The Missouri Department of Corrections (MDOC) operates state prisons and calls these Correctional Centers. It oversees the operation of 22 adult correctional centers, 59 probation and parole facilities, and 8 community supervision or release centers. Besides these state facilities, there are also county and city jails all over Missouri. Municipality jails are usually operated by local police departments and sheriff's offices.
How Do I Send Money to an Inmate in Missouri Prisons or Jails?
The Missouri Department of Corrections accepts money orders and cashier's checks deposited in inmates' accounts. It also accepts electronic transfers via JPay into inmates' accounts.
When sending money to an inmate in a Missouri state prison by cashier's check or money order, make the payment instrument payable to the Missouri Department of Corrections. The money order or check must also be accompanied by a completed deposit slip. Obtain this slip from the offender receiving the funds. Send both check/money order and deposit slip to:
Offender Finance Office
Missouri Department of Corrections
P.O. Box 1609
Jefferson City, MO 65102
JPay provides four options for sending money to inmates in Missouri. Individuals can:
Deposit cash at a MoneyGram location using the receive code: 2439
Make credit/debit card deposit online at JPay's website
Call JPay's toll-free line, (800) 574-5729, to speak to a customer service agent
Transfer money using JPay Mobile app for iPhones and Android phones
Missouri county jails also provide multiple ways to send money to inmates. Some also contract third-payment payment processors to accept online and phone fund transfers on behalf of inmates. Most county jails have deposit kiosks. While some accept cash and credit/debit cards at such locations, others only accept card transactions at kiosks. For most county jails, sending a check or money order to an inmate by mail is permissible. Visit a county jail's website to find out the payment methods accepted at the facility.
How Do I Visit Inmates in Missouri Prisons and Jails?
The MDOC requires friends and family members to apply for visitation rights before visiting inmates. For starters, the visitor must complete an application online or request an application form from the facility where the inmate is serving time. Next, the individual must submit the paper application to the correctional facility housing the inmate.
Inmates in Missouri correctional facilities are only allowed to have 20 visitors in all. Visitations are scheduled, and adult visitors and minors aged 13 and above must present a valid photo ID when visiting. Adults need valid government-issued photo IDs, while minors can present school photo identification. The Missouri Department of Corrections provides more information on visitation rules, especially regarding dress code, physical contact, allowed items, and restricted visiting privileges. Note that visitation schedules and rules are different for Missouri county and city jails. So, intending visitors must contact the jail administrative staff for specific visit rules and schedules.
Missouri Inmate Search
Find Inmates in State and Federal Prisons
Free Missouri Inmate Lookup – MDOC Inmate LocatorMissouri Inmate Search Guide
Find inmates incarcerated in Missouri (MO) State prisons, Federal prison, County jails and the Missouri Department of Corrections (MDOC) system.Missouri Incarceration Stats for Federal, State and Local Jail Jurisdiction:Missouri Total Incarceration : 44,500Missouri Total Incarceration per 100,000 Adults : 950Missouri Total Incarceration per 100,000 (All Ages) : 736
*Per 2017 US DOJ Bureau of Justice Statistics based on sentenced Missouri prisoners.Table of Contents
Missouri DOC Inmate Search
Missouri DOC Information
Missouri Department of Correction Facilities
Missouri Federal Inmate Search
Missouri County Jail Inmate Search
Missouri Department of Corrections Inmate SearchStep 1: Visit the Missouri DOC offender search page, where – after entering a security code that appears on the screen – you will see the search below:
Step 2: Enter the DOC ID, if known, to be taken directly to that inmate’s information. Otherwise, enter a first and last name (or at least a last name), and click the ‘Search’ button.
Step 3: On the next page, you will see a list of all Missouri inmates matching the information you entered (including associated aliases that match). Additional information includes a date of birth, height, weight, and DOC ID number for future reference.
Step 4: Clicking on a DOC ID number will take you to an inmate profile page, which provides a photo of the inmate, a list of the offenses committed, a sentence summary, and information about the correctional facility where they are located (the name, address, and contact number).
Missouri Department of Corrections Information
P.O. Box 236
Jefferson City, Missouri 65102
Email: [email protected]
Other Missouri Offender SearchesMissouri Sex Offender Search`The Missouri State Highway Patrol provides a searchable sex offender registry that is available to the public. Offender Search can be used for name and location searches while an Interactive Map Search is also available.
The results of the searches show a small photo, aliases used, date of birth, incarceration status, and residential address (if they are not incarcerated).
Clicking on any of the names or aliases will take you to a full profile detailing the most recent offence committed (including the date and nature of the crime), a full physical description and larger photo of the Missouri sex offender (with supplementary photos, if available), and all addresses and vehicles associated with the individual.
Missouri Most Wanted
The Missouri Most Wanted (MMW) page provides a list of wanted Missouri absconders and fugitives. Its charter members include the Missouri Department of Corrections, the Missouri Information Analysis Center, and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Search for Missouri PrisonsSearch by the name of the Missouri prison, jail, or federal facility for visitation hours, phone numbers, addresses, direct website links, and other prison details.Missouri Department of Correction Facilities
DOC Facility Name/Jail Name/Prison Name County Type Phone Fax Location
MO DOC – Algoa Correctional Center Cole County State Prison 573-751-3911 8501 No More Victims Road Jefferson City , MO 65101
Boone County MO Juvenile Justice Center Boone County State Prison 573-886-4450 5665 Roger I. Wilson Memorial Drive Columbia , MO 65202-6522
MO DOC – Boonville Correctional Center Cooper County State Prison 660-882-6521 1216 East Morgan Street Boonville , MO 65233-1300
Adair County – Bruce Normile Juvenile Justice Center Adair County State Prison 660-665-4224 1400 South Boundary Street Kirksville , MO 63501-1704
Missouri Department of Corrections
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