A Free Inmate Finder Has Just Been Released by SearchQuarry.com

The Inmate Finder from SearchQuarry.com is an online resource where a person can locate inmates in state prisons around the United States. The Inmate Finder is free to use and mobile friendly, so it can be used on any device.

​The Inmate Finder, from SearchQuarry.com,  is an easy to-use mobile friendly service that is now available for anyone who wishes to find information inmates in state prisons in the United States. It enables the user to locate relevant data about any particular inmate, and the service is free. To begin, the user needs to know the first and last names of the inmate, the state they’re located in, and the number of his or her department of correction. To locate the correct inmate, name identification is particularly important because of the similarity of so many names throughout the system. The user first selects the state and then clicks on the state prison where the inmate is located. After finding the particular prisoner, the user will have access to relevant data about the person, whether in prison, on probation, or on parole. In addition, the user has access to the conviction list and time to be served by the particular inmate.

The Inmate Finder is making it easier than ever to locate inmates in prisons around the United States,” states a spokesperson from SearchQuarry.com. He goes on to say, “It’s free for anyone to use and it works on any mobile device.”

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There are some 1,700 state prisons throughout the United States, plus 102 federal prisons and some 3,200 local jails. The penal population of more than 2 million adults is the largest in the world by far. Nearly one-quarter of the prisoners in the world are held behind bars in America. That puts nearly 1 out of every 100 adults in prison or jail in the United States. The type of crime and the sentence will generally determine whether the guilty person will end up in state prison, the penitentiary, or a correctional facility. Jails are operated by county or city governments and often house prisoners convicted of such crimes as drunk driving and who spend a day or a few days behind bars before they are transferred or released. A person may spend a day or two in jail until the court proceedings are ready to sentence him or her. A prison is a secure facility to house people who have been convicted of felonies, such as murder, and are serving a minimum of one year.

SearchQuarry.com also offers a premium records retrieval process with an extensive records database using simple up-to-date technology, videos, and social media resources. There are also other free tools that can be used without the premium services.