Alabama Inmate Search
- This database only contains currently incarcerated inmates. Historical data is
not available on-line at this time.
- The AIS (Alabama Institutional Serial) number field takes precedence in all searches.
The AIS number is the unique six-digit number assigned to each inmate
incarcerated by the Alabama Department of Corrections and represents the
quickest way to find a particular inmate. The First Name and Last Name fields are ignored anytime data is entered in the AIS Number search field.
- The First and Last Name search fields can be used separately or in conjunction
to find inmate records. If data is entered in both name fields, only records
matching both fields will be shown. The data entered in these fields is used
in an open-ended search of the inmate records. In other words, if you only
enter "Char" in the last name field, you'll see all inmates with last names beginning with those four letters.
- Records are always shown in alphabetical order by the inmate's name.
- The maximum number of records that will be displayed at one time is 50. If your
search results in more than 50 records being selected, only the first 50, in
name order, will be shown.
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