This search will
determine if an individual is, or has been, incarcerated in a federal
corrections facility within the last ten years. The information returned
will vary by subject, but may include the following: case numbers,
charges, dates, offenses, and incarceration location.
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Information Act (FOIA, 5 USC 552) and the
Privacy Act of 1974 (5 USC 552a)
authorize the release of certain information about Federal inmates. This
includes information such as name, age, and register number, as well as
sentencing and confinement data (e.g., offense, date sentenced,
institution of confinement, etc.).
With a few
exceptions, only inmates convicted of violating Federal laws (laws of
the United States) are sent to Federal prisons. Individuals awaiting
trial for violating Federal laws are also held in Federal prisons. The
Federal Bureau of Prisons also houses a few state inmates. However, most
inmates convicted of violating state or local laws are sent to state
prisons or city or county jails.
NOTE: Federal Corrections
Records only record time spent in a Federal prison. The
Federal Corrections Record search is not a nationwide search.
Records are recorded at each Federal district and must be searched
per Federal district.