When it comes to any criminal background check, a search for inmate prison information should always be included when applicable, to understand the whole background of a criminal-both in crimes charged and punishment rendered in the form of prison. This said, there are a variety of ways in which the jail and prison system in this country are ordered: security measures, criminal nature of crime, and gender. In the following discussion on prison, we take a closer look at how women’s prisons fit in with the U.S. prison system and how to best approach a women prison search.
There are a variety of ways in which the prison system is organized according to the various crimes, criminals, and punishments in the criminal justice system. While few consider this when endeavoring a search for inmates at any jurisdictional level, gender is also an issue that differentiates where an inmate will serve their incarceration term. Unlike the other variables that affect where one inmate served his/her term in contrast to where another inmate serves theirs, gender is the one variable not related to the criminal act in which all the other variables revolve around.
The need for women’s correctional facilities-despite a society identifying equality among the sexes-is based upon the common physical and psychological confrontation that can occur between members of the opposite sex in any type of facility. Making facilities co-ed make for statistically higher rates of crime and disturbance and much lower rates of rehabilitation. This is due to a variety of reasons-with the possibility of violence against the weaker sex by violent natured criminals being priority. Thus, the necessity of women prisons.
So, if a person was looking to conduct a criminal records search for women prisons of this kind, how would they go about it? The answer is: basically in the same manner you would go about any search for any inmate incarceration information. While it is true that there are a handful of women only incarceration facilities for women at the county, state, and federal levels; a women inmate investigation will still be enacted in the same manner. The first step in a check for women inmates, therefore, should begin with a thorough criminal records investigation at jurisdictional courts and information repositories for women criminals.
Once there is a bulk of crime and criminal activity information obtained, the next step for the seeker of this information is to start investigating the different jurisdictional resources for inmate records. A thorough check will begin with an investigation at the municipal level for any minor crimes that the woman of your inmate investigation may have committed. Most often, inmates will not be incarcerated for these minor crimes, but locating an online government website for the municipality is always a good idea to cover all your bases. Second, a person looking for women inmate records may find facility information at the county or state level-and this can be achieved-in most cases-on government websites. These online resources offer online inmate locators, in which you can enter the woman inmate’s name and location, and retrieve the inmate information in seconds. Third, locating women inmate information should be referenced at the federal inmate level, through the Bureau of Prison federal website. This site offers an online inmate locator service which allows visitors to find inmate information on both gender criminals who have been incarcerated for federal crimes since 1982.