i am looking for an inmate in TDCJ
what do i need to go to find an inmate
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
There is a public database available in Texas that you can use to find an inmate. Click on the link to conduct your search. http://22.214.171.124/webapp/TDCJ/index2.htm. I also, have a link on my website for the search at http://www.bestspi.com./ Bear in mind that the information is not always accurate. Many times just because someone has been convicted of an offense and sentenced to prison they are still held in county jails across the state and have not been transferred. You can request the information in writing as well via email. The following information is available (be specific in your email what you are requesting):
Offense of Conviction
Incarceration history: offense, county and court of conviction of offenses for which the offender was incarcerated previously
Current incarceration: offense, county and court of conviction
Projected Release Date
E-mail to this address firstname.lastname@example.org the offender's full name and 7-digit TDCJ number. If you do not know the TDCJ number, provide the exact date of birth (if d.o.b. is not known, provide their approximate age and county of conviction).
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