- Department Name
- Vermont Department of Corrections
- Official Website
- Currently Incarcerated Inmates
- NOB 2 South 280 State Drive Waterbury, VT 05671-2000
- Phone Number
Types of Correctional Facilities in Vermont
Those who are serving a sentence in a Vermont prison are overseen and maintained by the Vermont Department of Corrections (VDOC). Through a centralized inmate database, you are able to search for any inmate in federal prison in Vermont.
If you are searching for an inmate in county jails, police jails, or city jails, you will not find them through the VDOC. You will need to go to their individual websites.
Below, you will learn information about the Vermont Department of Corrections, how to search for an inmate, and how to stay in contact with a loved one.
Vermont DOC Mission
Each state has their own mission when it comes to overseeing prisons. The Vermont Department of Corrections in partnership with the community strives to support safe communities by providing leadership in crime prevention, repairing the harm done, addressing the needs of crime victims, ensuring offender accountability, and managing the risk of posed offenders.
How to do an Inmate Search
The best way to find an inmate and be able to stay in contact with them is to do an online inmate search. To do this, you will need to click on the tab at the top of the VDOC homepage that says offender locator.
You then you will click on link to offender locator. You can then search through the inmate list or type in the last name in the upper left-hand corner to search for an inmate.
You will want to write down all pertinent information such as the facility where the inmate is located, the jacket number, and their full name.
How to Stay in Contact with an Inmate
When inmates stay in contact with friends and family, it helps them to adjust better and focus more on rehabilitation. The VDOC allows inmates to contact and communicate with friends and family in several ways.
Visits: If you wish to visit an inmate, you will need to be on the approved visitor list.
Tablet communications: Alternatively, the VDOC allows inmates to use tablets around the facility to have virtual visits, email, and messaging. If you wish to have this provided to an inmate, you will need to sign up for an account with Connect Network.
How to Send Money to an Inmate
Inmates need money in their accounts to get various items. If you would like to get money to an inmate, you will need to properly fill out the deposit coupon with your money order or cashiers check.
Remember that following these rules and regulations is necessary to keep visitors, workers, and inmates safe. If must follow the proper steps to keep in contact with an inmate.
Correctional Facilities in VermontThere are 50 jails and prisons in state Vermont
Winooski City Jail
27 W. Allen St., Winooski, VT, 05404
Windsor City Jail
P. O. Box 47, Windsor, VT, 05089
Websterville City Jail
149 Websterville Road, Websterville, VT, 05678
Vergennes City Jail
P. O. Box 35, Vergennes, VT, 05491
Thetford Center City Jail
3910 VT Route 113, Thetford Center, VT, 05075
Swanton City Jail
120 First St., Swanton, VT, 05488
St. Johnsbury City Jail
1187 Main St., St. Johnsbury, VT, 05819
St. Albans City Jail
30 Lower Welden St., St. Albans, VT, 05478
Springfield City Jail
201 Clinton St., Springfield, VT, 05156
South Burlington City Jail
575 Dorset St., South Burlington, VT, 05403
Shelburne City Jail
5420 Shelburne Rd., Shelburne, VT, 05482
Norwich City Jail
10 Hazen St., Norwich, VT, 05055
Northfield City Jail
51 S. Main St., Northfield, VT, 05663
Morrisville City Jail
121 Lower Main St., Morrisville, VT, 05661
Montpelier City Jail
1 Pitkin Ct., Montpelier, VT, 05602
Milton City Jail
37 Bombardier Road, Milton, VT, 05468
Middlebury City Jail
1 Lucius Shaw Ln., Middlebury, VT, 05753
Lyndonville City Jail
P. O. Box 167, Lyndonville, VT, 05851
Ludlow City Jail
P. O. Box B, Ludlow, VT, 05149
Island Pond City Jail
49 Mill Street, Island Pond, VT, 05846