Suffolk County Inmate Search

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It could not be easier to get an inmate search for Suffolk County done now that at least the DOC of NY provides the facility to conduct inmate lookups online. However, if you want to find out if your subject was incarcerated in the correctional facility run by the police, you may have to put in the necessary leg work. There is no other option but to visit the sheriff's department of the area.

Although you could the agency on 585-268-9803, they may not be forthcoming about crime related information, unless you visit the precinct in person. For this, you must drive down to 4884 State Route 19, Belmont, NY 14813. Through the Suffolk County jail inmate search, you can learn about shorter sentences (one year or lesser) served by the subject. Also, you can find out if he has been denied bail in a serious criminal transgression and is now being held in the correctional facility that is managed by the law enforcement department.

When a person shows his interested in using an inmate finder service, it is generally assumed that he is talking about an offender who is serving out his prison term in a state detention facility. A Suffolk County prison inmate search is essentially an inquiry on a prisoner who is being held in the penitentiaries of the DOC.

You will get two options for using the inmate locator facilities currently offered by this agency which works at the state level, meaning they run several correctional centers in several geographical areas of NY. The most convenient option is to use the online inmate locator provision of the establishment. This is available on the web page at http://nysdoccslookup.doccs.ny.gov/.

You will be asked to furnish the name of your subject, if possible with the birth date or you could use the DIN ID number. Inmate searches can also be conducted by visiting the office of the DOC. For this, you should get in touch with the NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision at Building 2, 1220 Washington Ave, Albany, New York 12226-2050.