Indiana inmate locator and stats
Do you need to find an inmate in Indiana? if so this guide will show how to perform an Indiana inmate search directly online using the correct tools to find basic inmate data and more. Indiana is home to 19 state prisons from minimum to maximum security.
At the end of 2018, there were 26,510 inmates that are under the control of the Indiana Department of Corrections. This data is all searchable if an inmate is under the control of the IDC. See below how to perform an Indiana inmate search.
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How to find Indiana Inmates
When starting your search you should look for inmates from the Indiana Department of Corrections website. Searching can be done by a first and last name or by a unique offender number if that number is known.
Keep in mind that the IDC is in charge of updating the records and with inmate data, this can be challenging. The IDC makes every effort to keep the data as up-to-date as possible.
The IDC in Indiana has many useful tools for the public that is searching for inmates or that needs to communicate and visit a facility. We encourage anyone who is planning a visit to read more about what is allowed and how to find inmate data directly from the contact information below.
Indiana Department of Correction
Writing address for records:
302 W. Washington Street, Room E-334
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-232-5765 or 317-232-5711
The use of a search service
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Inmate and jail statistics in Indiana
The following data comes directly from the Indiana Department of Corrections websites. They follow closely inmate population and trends and provide this data to the public for viewing.
The average age at intake to the Indiana Department of Corrections.
61.4 (White) 33.8 (Black)
White/black inmates in the IDC (2017)
Is the average inmate population in Indiana
The adult male population in custody within the FDC.
The annual cost to house an adult inmate for the year.
Cost per day for an Adult inmate to be at the Indiana Department of Corrections (2017)
Total Facilities under the Indiana State Correctional Facilities.
Inmates were added in 2017 to the Indiana Department of Corrections Facilities.
Types of crime committed in Indiana
The below data is from the federal bureau of investigations crime explorer website. The dataset represents data from the 2017 year in Indiana.
Weapons used in a crime in Indiana
Location of crimes in Indiana in 2017
The home was the largest count a crime took place. It happened 577 times in 2017. The rest of the crime locations reported are below.