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For alternative electronic methods, visit Florida Criminal History Record Check. State and national criminal history information is available to governmental agencies for licensing and employment as authorized under Florida law. For additional information, you may contact the agency that governs the type of employment in which you are interested.How many offenders are supervised in Florida?
The Office of Community Corrections currently supervises more than 166,000 offenders throughout Florida. These adult offenders are monitored and supervised by probation officers located in 130 probation offices. This includes offenders released from prison on parole, conditional release, or conditional medical release.Where can I find an inmate in Florida?
Florida also has dozens of county jails managed and operated by the county Sheriff’s office. The Florida Department of Corrections has a search tool on its website where the public can search for an inmate incarcerated in state prison. You can search using a partial name or the inmate’s DC number.How are offenders monitored?
Offenders are monitored through field contacts at their residences, employment sites and other locations in the community. Officers conduct investigations, including pre-sentence investigations, other state investigations and violation reports.