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District Of Columbia, DC Jail Inmate Search

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA is located in District of Columbia with an average daily population of 1365. The county has approximately 1511 confined in facilities with 1448 male and 63 female prisoners. That means that 96% of the confined population are male, and 4% are female.









(Average Daily Population)

How Does District Of Columbia Inmate Search Work?

Inmate records for District Of Columbia are freely accessible. All detention facilities in District Of Columbia are governed by the Freedom of Information Act which provides publicly available information about inmates in the county.

District Of Columbia Parole and Probation

District Of Columbia Parole

If a prisoner has adhered to the regulations while serving their term, they may be granted parole and be released early. Who is granted parole and who is not is decided by a parole board. You may learn a lot about a parolee by looking through the District Of Columbia parole records. There may be information regarding their sentence and offences in the District Of Columbia parole files. You could also get to look through information regarding their detention location and parole conditions.

District Of Columbia Probation

You should also be able to access District Of Columbia probation records, which list men and women who were placed on probation rather than being imprisoned, in addition to those parolees who have already been freed. There are regulations that come with being on probation. In addition to adhering to other conditions, probationers are required to meet their probation officer once per week. Typically, District Of Columbia criminal records will list the inmate's offences, probationary term, and the specifics of the justice department that sentenced them. You may also be able to view photographs, fingerprints, the probationer's physical characteristics, and other information in addition to these facts.

District Of Columbia Booking

When researching statistics on whether or not a stranger has been arrested, District Of Columbia bookings can help. A perpetrator's District Of Columbia booking record is basically created when an officer arrests them, fills out the necessary papers, and places them in an imprisonment cell. It could also contain information such as fingerprints, photographs, physical characteristics, their name and address, the officer in charge, the specifics of the crime, the scene, and any trucks that were involved. The general public can access the copies of a person's District Of Columbia booking records without requiring any kind of authorization.

District Of Columbia Confined Population Statistics

In the past 6 years, the confined population in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA has dropped by 17.48% from 1831 each year to 1511 inmates. Men are still confined about 1448 per 100,000 U.S. residents annually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, despite the fact that women are the group confined at the fastest rate of growth.

Inmate Population in District Of Columbia, DC

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA has only 1511 of the 1511 inmates are actually put in jail; the other 0 are under supervision; they are not currently confined.

District Of Columbia Jail Inmate Population, Jail Pretrial Population and Confined Population, for 2016-2021 years

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Total Population 1879 1962 2034 n/a 1264 1511
Confined Population 1831 1919 2034 n/a 1264 1511
Non Confined Population 48 43 0 n/a 0 0

District Of Columbia Confined Population by Gender

In DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, there are 1448 confined male inmates for every 100,000 male U.S. residents, and 63 confined female inmates for every 100,000 female U.S. citizens. The confined population of male prisoners dropped by 14.32% between 2016 and 2021, while the confined population of female dropped by 50.78%.

District Of Columbia Female Confined Population for
2016-2021 years

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Adult Females 128 165 142 119 41 63
Females Under 18 0 0 0 0 0 0
Female ADP 122 148 153 n/a 112 49

District Of Columbia Male Confined Population for
2016-2021 years

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Adult Males 1690 1737 1874 1698 1223 1448
Males Under 18 13 17 18 0 0 0
Male ADP 1736 1772 1910 n/a 1686 1316

Breaking Down District Of Columbia Inmates By Race

In DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, the average confined population for White inmates is 97 per 100,000 white citizens, which is 169.69% lower than the confined population for Black or African American inmates. The number of Black or African American inmates who were confined went from 1665 to 1183 for every 100,000 black population of the United States between 2016 and 2021. The average Hispanic or Latino confined population in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA is 83 per 100,000 Hispanic Americans, while the average Asian confined population is 1 per 100,000 Asian Americans, accounting American Indian/Alaska Natives for just 0 residents of the county's confined population.

District Of Columbia Confined Population by Race, for 2016-2021 years

2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
White Inmates - Confined 59 35 60 n/a 49 97
Black or African American Inmates - Confined 1665 1772 1774 n/a 1125 1183
Hispanic or Latino Inmates - Confined 88 98 90 n/a 77 83
American Indian/Alaska Natives Inmates - Confined 0 0 0 n/a 0 0
Asian Inmates - Confined 4 4 4 n/a 5 1
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Inmates - Confined 0 0 0 n/a 1 0
Two or more Races Inmates - Confined 5 0 0 n/a 0 0
Not Known (Race) Inmates - Confined 10 10 0 n/a 7 141

District Of Columbia Prisons and Jails

Federal Jails

Central Office


Phone: 202-307-3198

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DC Central Detention Facility

Address: 1901 D Street, SE, Washington, DC, 20001

Phone: 202-673-7316

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