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Federal Inmate Release 2014

Federal Inmate Release 2014At yearend 2014, the United States held an estimated 1,561,500 prisoners in state and federal correctional facilities, a decrease of approximately 15,400 prisoners (down 1%) from December 31, 2013. A third (34%) of the decrease was due to fewer prisoners under the jurisdiction of the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), which declined for the second consecutive year. Prisoners sentenced to more than 1 year in state or federal prison declined by almost 1% (down 11,800 prison inmates) from yearend 2013 (1,520,400) to yearend 2014 (1,508,600). The number of prisoners housed in private facilities in the United States decreased by almost 2% in 2014 to 131,300 prison inmates.

Inmate Release Information Search

The following records contain a public information about federal inmates released in 2014.


Inmate Release Information Search


This database contains public record information on felony offenders managed by the US Department of Corrections. This database contains two types of data related to the release date of the inmate you are searching for. First, is the release date as ordered by the judge and the second, is the actual real release date. During serving life in prison, the inmate can have his judge ordered released date either prolonged or shortened, which will make up his real release date as a result. It should also be noted that inmates are often released earlier than it was ordered by the judge.


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bjs.gov

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