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How to Find Someone in Jail in Hawaii?

When stripped down to its bare minimum, the difference between the county jail and state prison boils down to one factor: the amount of time spent by inmates. County jails are usually run by city law enforcement officials and are specially made to detain criminals who are serving short sentences, typically less than a year. State prisons, on the other hand, fall under the jurisdiction of state or federal law. Prisons house toughened criminals and repeat offenders, typically those people who are serving long prison terms, often life sentences.

Finding out if someone you love is in prison can be shocking. If someone you know is missing, searching local prisons is the next logical step after looking for them in hospitals and famous public places.

If you are a resident of Hawaii, there are a few ways you can look up information on a convict in the state. You can directly contact government offices, look them up online, or get their information via phone.

Hawaii Arrest Records

Searching for X State Prison Inmates Online

To find information about a convict, you should contact the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center. All convictions are considered as public records by the state. To view these records, log in or sign up to ecrim.ehawaii.gov. You will have to input the following information about the convict:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Social security number

To access the details of an individual, you will be required to pay a $5 fee. If you require an official eCrim report, you will be required to pay $10. The search results only include details of convicts, whose records are maintained by the Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center. You will not find information on people convicted of sexual crimes and other "covered offenders."

Using Third-Party Sites

Various third-party sites will you find information about a convict. The most common one is infotracer.com. You can obtain the full report of a person's history, including arrests and warrants, criminal records, bankruptcies, and driving violations among others. A composite report ID is also available for your viewing. To access the full report, you will have to pay $3.99.

Another website where you can view information on potential inmates is instantcheckmate.com. You can find information about any person by inputting their first and last names along with their state in the search box. You can find all the information about the person, including the name of their relatives, business dealing they have been associated with, and their conviction. You will receive information about the person after you enter your first and last name along with your email address.

 

How to Find if Someone in Jail via Phone or Fax

There are other offline ways of finding someone's conviction history. Criminal records are located in places where the individual was sentenced and processed. You can contact the following police stations for information on a convict.

Hawaii

Address: 349 Kapiolani Street, HI 96720

Phone: (808) 961-2233

Honolulu

801 South Beretania Street, HI 96813

Phone: (808) 529-3191

Kauai

3990 Kaana Street, HI 96766

Phone: (808) 241-1661

Kona

74-5221 Queen Kaahumanu Highway, HI 96740

Phone: (808) 326-4646

Maui

55 Mahalani Street, HI 96793

Phone: (808) 244-6345

Arrest Records in Hawaii
In addition to the above addresses, you can contact the Hawaii Criminal Justice Center directly through the following mailing address:

Room 102, 465 S. King Street, Honolulu, HI 96813

You will be required to pay a $30 fee, payable to the "State of Hawaii", with the following information about the convict you are interested in:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Social security number
  • Whether you want the results to be notarized. Each additional certification will cost $20.
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