Alabama Federal Inmate Locator Departament of Corrections
- Department Name
- Alabama Department of Corrections
- Official Website
- Currently Incarcerated Inmates
- 301 S. Ripley Street, P.O. Box 301501, Montgomery, AL
- Phone Number
Types of Correctional Facilities in Alabama
Searching for inmate information in the state of Alabama? The inmates in Alabama State Prisons are under the authority of the Alabama Department of Corrections. A database with information is available on the state website to be searched.
However, if you’re looking for an inmate in a county, city, or police jail, you will have to search the website on an individual basis. Keep reading to figure out how you can find and get in touch with the inmate you’re searching for.
If you’re doing an inmate search for Alabama State Prisons, this section is for you. The database is only able to provide you with information of the inmates that are currently in the state prisons.
Each inmate is given a number, also known as an AIS or an Alabama Institutional Serial. You will need to know the persons first and last name, unless you know their AIS number.
To lookup, an inmate on the inmate locator, go here.
You may wonder why someone would want to look for an inmate. There are many reasons someone would look for an inmate. They may not know what prison they’re in. They may not have known when the person went to prison and just found out.
Doing an inmate search is the best way to find a person, and from there, you can send money, talk to them on the phone, or even learn other ways to communicate with them.
How to Send Money to an Inmate
Are you looking to send money to an Inmate in the Alabama Department of Corrections? Thanks to Access Secured Deposits, loved ones can send money to friends and family in the Alabama DOC.
The best part of doing this online is that you don’t have to mail anything, it’s all electronic. In order to do send money to an inmate, you will have to do one of the following:
- Call (866) 345-1884
Call an Inmate
Looking for different ways to communicate with a loved one in prison? ADOC has connected with CenturyLink to provide you with a way to communicate with your friends or family in prison. Whether your a friend, family member, or a legal person trying to connect with a person in prison, you can do so through this platform.
Keep in mind that the ADOC has the authority to put certain limitations on phone calls. You may find that the length of phone call can only be so long. You may also find that the inmate can only accept calls at certain times.
There can also be limits put on how many phone calls an inmate receives. A ban or temporary hold can be placed on anyone's account by the DOC.
Communication In Many Ways
The Alabama Department of Corrections makes it possible for loved ones to communicate with each other. Whether it’s through telephone calls or emails, there is a way. Just make sure you follow all rules and expectations because anyone’s rights can be revoked at any time.
Correctional Facilities in AlabamaThere are 456 jails and prisons in state Alabama
Washington County Jail
403 Court Street PO Box 307, Chatom, AL, 36518
Jackson County Jail
545 Parks Avenue, Scottsboro, AL, 35768
Montgomery County Youth Facility
1111 Air Base Blvd, Montgomery, AL, 36108
Montgomery County Mac Sim Butler Detention Facility
250 South McDonough StreetPO Box 4599, Montgomery, AL, 36103-4599