South Carolina Department of Corrections (DOC) is responsible for custody and management of prisoners serving sentence in South Carolina prisons. It also manages offenders on probation and parole in South Carolina. It maintains online database of list of offenders currently in prison, fugitives, recent releases, absconders and escapes.
South Carolina Department of Corrections (DOC) manages and maintains law and order across 1 State Prisons.
Q: How to find if someone is currently detained at South Carolina Department of Corrections (DOC)?
South Carolina maintains an online database of all the arrested prisoners. The list is updated weekly. To search for an inmate , please follow these steps to check if an inmate is incarcerated in DOC facility:
Step 1: Open South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC) Inmate Search Page. http://public.doc.state.sc.us/scdc-public/
Step 2: Enter the first/last name or SCDC id of the inmate and click on Submit button.
Step 3: If there are any results matching your search criteria, a list of all inmates should be displayed.
Q: What if you are not able to find the inmate in South Carolina Department of Corrections (DOC)?
Are you sure the inmate you are looking for is incarcerated in a facility managed by the South Carolina DOC? You might also want to check:
Q: What if you are still unable to find any results?
It means the inmate is transferred to another state prison or federal prison facility or has been released from jail. Check the Nationwide Department of Corrections (DOC) inmate search page for more details on how to search for inmate.
Q: What are the visitation rules of South Carolina DOC?
Any individual with valid government ID and who isn’t on felony probation is allowed to visit an inmate. Children below 18 years, must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
For more information one can call on (803) 896-8500.
Q: What are the rules to contact an inmate of South Carolina DOC?
The only way an inmate may speak with you over the telephone is when he calls you. No inmate may receive a telephone call from outside the institution. All inmate calls shall be collected and you are responsible for the charges.
Information about the offender phone system for the South Carolina DOC is available here
Q: How can you send money to an inmate at the South Carolina DOC? ?
Money is really helpful for inmate. However, they are not allowed to have cash. Instead, they can receive money either into their commissary account or directly into their inmate’s account. Please note that regardless of the method you go for, there are several key information you will need to provide including the inmate full name and the inmate identification number.
To find out how to send money to an inmate at the South Carolina DOC, please visit this page.
Q: How can you reach out to the South Carolina DOC Victim Information Notification System?
The South Carolina DOC has set up a victim information notification system called VINE that you can visit by clicking here. This network provides timely and trustworthy information on inmate status. It is free of charge and is available 24/7.
Q: For any other questions you can reach the South Carolina DOC
by email: [email protected]
by phone: (803) 896-8500
South Carolina DOC has a research team which published inmates statistics. Please check the statistics section available here to get the latest detailed representation of the DOC programs, activities and trends such as inmate population, demographics and personnel turnover.