First Name/Last Name:
In the First Name and Last Name fields, the search will return all matches whose
names begin with
the letters you type. For example, if you enter Williams
the search will also turn up Williamson
(if it matches the other criteria you
select). If you enter Will
, it will look for Williams
, and so forth. This can be handy if you are
unsure of the spelling of a name (Clark
If this box is checked when a name search is conducted, all aliases will be searched. If this
box is not checked, only committed names will be searched.
This is an identification
number assigned by the department. This number is six characters long and is either
completely numeric or one alpha character followed by five numeric characters. This is the
primary means by which the department identifies offenders.
Type of community supervision the offender is serving as sentenced by the court or as released from prison by the Florida Parole Commission, i.e., probation,
community control, parole, conditional release, control release, conditional medical release, etc.
If unsure about this field it is best to select All.
DC Criminal History Offense Category:
The zip code for the offenders current residence. The zip code you type in will search for all offenders whose last known current residence was within that
zip code. Do not use dashes when entering the zip code.
This allows the user to search for groups of offenders with a particular type of criminal
offense history. This function also works in conjunction with the other search criteria.
For example, in the "Inmate Release Information" search, a law enforcement officer could
search for sex offenders that were released to a particular county within the last 14 days.
County of Supervision:
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This allows the user to search for offenders by the county in which they were sentenced.
This allows the user to search for offenders that were supervised in a particular office or state (if the offender served their Florida sentence in another state).