See Opelika, AL Jails & Prisons and search free public jail and prison records. Jails and prisons are correctional institutions which hold individuals who have been arrested, convicted of a misdemeanor, sentenced to prison, or incarcerated for a felony.
Lee County Detention Facility PO Box 2407 Opelika AL 36803 334-737-7050
Opelika Jails and Prisons maintain records on every person who is currently or was formerly incarcerated in Opelika, AL. Opelika inmate records are available online upon request.Records available from Opelika Jails and Prisons
Jails and prisons in Opelika keep records on the prisoners in their custody. This includes current Opelika inmates as well as former inmates. These inmate records contain a wealth of information on the inmate's history.Opelika Inmate Records
Opelika inmate records include the prisoner's date of birth, ID number, and which jail or prison in Opelika, Alabama they were detained. These public inmate records also include the law they were convicted of violating, scheduled release dates, the Opelika Court that assigned the charges, the date they were first incarcerated, prior incarcerations, and which Opelika jail they were housed in while awaiting trial at the Opelika Criminal Court.Opelika Jail Records
For individuals in custody at the Jail you may be able to access an online database of inmates and Opelika jail rosters. You may also contact the Sheriff's Department for Opelika jail records.Opelika Prison Records
Prisons keep records on people who have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to Opelika prison, either by the Opelika Court, Alabama State Court, or Federal court. Online databases are the best way to obtain Opelika prison records. If you know the individual's name and the location of the person's trial, you can obtain a prison record from the Opelika, Alabama State, or Federal corrections agency that has the individual in custody.Alabama Prison Records
For inmates at an Alabama State prison, the Alabama Department of Corrections may provide an online inmate locator. In some cases, you can contact the Alabama Department of Corrections directly by phone or email to obtain prison records.Federal Prison Records
For inmates at a Federal prison, start with the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) Inmate Locator. This is an online database of current and former inmates that dates back to 1881. The BOP Inmate Locator will give you the age, race, sex, and registration number of the inmate, as well as the projected release date and the Opelika prison where the inmate is incarcerated.