Rhode Island Department of Corrections

Are you looking for a Rhode Island inmate?

The Rhode Island Department of Corrections has an Inmate Search page. Type in the name and click search. You will come to a screen that will give you:
  • inmate ID number
  • full name
  • name type (real or alias)
  • race/sex/age
  • last residence
  • security level

If you click on the 'Inmate details' button, the next screen will give you details on their sentence (including status, term, charges and release date) and further details on the charges (including bail information).

Are you looking for a Rhode Island prison?

Rhode Island has 6 facilities for males and two for females. Click the link for a description and photo(s):
  • Intake Service Center-be sure to check out the guide for families and friends which will give you great information about telephone usage, mail, visiting and more.
  • High Security Center
  • Maximum Security
  • John J Moran Medium Security Facility
  • Donald Price Medium Security Prison
  • Minimum Security
  • Gloria McDonald Medium Security Facility
  • Dorothea Dix Minimum Security Facility- be sure to check out the guide for families and friends of incarcerated women.

    Answers for Families and Friends

    If you are looking for answers to your questions regarding mail, sending money to inmates, telephone guidelines and visitation rules, click to the Frequently Asked Questions page.

    Be sure to read the Visitor's Dress Code.

    Here is another page of Questions/Answers/Information that you will want to read.

    Rhode Island County Jails

    As counties (and cities) place arrest and booking information online, I will be adding them below.

    Charlestown (Dispatch Day Log)
    North Kingston (Police Log)
    Smithfield (Police Dept-recent arrests)

    Return from Rhode Island Department of Corrections to The Free Inmate Locator

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