Alabama

Alabama Inmate Search

Updated on: January 13, 2021
Department Name Alabama Department of Corrections
Official Website http://www.doc.state.al.us/
Currently Incarcerated Inmates http://www.doc.state.al.us/InmateSearch.aspx
Location 301 S. Ripley Street, P.O. Box 301501, Montgomery, AL
Phone Number 334-353-3883

About Alabama Department of Corrections

Alabama was permitted to join the states in 1819. Since it united the states, the public authority would not have a remedial arrangement for at any rate the following 20 years.

During the following 20 years, the individuals of the territory of Alabama needed to change. They needed to have a sense of security in their networks. During this time, individuals would revolt for Alabama's administration to perceive how genuine they were.

Individuals needed to at long last have a remedial arrangement to guarantee the well-being of the individuals who maintained Alabama’s law. They required the individuals who have perpetrated wrongdoings and making the networks undependable any longer to pay for their activities.

At long last, in the previous part of the 1830s, the Alabama government tuned in to its kin. This is the point at which the Alabama Department of Corrections officially framed. During the Department of Corrections' early phases, individuals saw a lot more new positions opening up. This was useful for their security. However, this likewise helped the individuals who had something important to get a work during this time.

Occupations during this time were for cops as well as for development too. The Department of Corrections begins building restorative offices immediately.

As the years advanced, the Department of Corrections continued expanding on the establishment they made for themselves during the 1830s.

Starting today, the Department of Corrections has a little more than 3,500 representatives who oversee more than 26,000 detainees. There are numerous offices that the Department of Corrections group needs to keep up consistently.

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