How to Find Out When Someone Will Be Released From TDC in Texas

By Lisa Magloff

Information about the release dates of offenders in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, formerly the Texas Department of Corrections or TDC, is in the public domain. The TDCJ maintains an online search page that allows you to search for the location and release date of any offender or parolee. You can also find out this information by phone or email. You need to keep in mind that the TDCJ can only supply you with the projected release date – the exact release date may change during the offenders' incarceration.

Information about the release dates of offenders in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, formerly the Texas Department of Corrections or TDC, is in the public domain. The TDCJ maintains an online search page that allows you to search for the location and release date of any offender or parolee. You can also find out this information by phone or email. You need to keep in mind that the TDCJ can only supply you with the projected release date – the exact release date may change during the offenders' incarceration.

Online Search

Step 1

Perform an online search for "Texas Department of Criminal Justice Offender Information Search." The Offender Information Search page will be one of the top two or three hits. Navigate to this page.

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Step 2

Conduct a search using the TDCJ online offender search page, by providing the required information. You need to know the offenders' state identification number, TDCJ number, or full name and birth date. The more information you have, the easier it will be to search.

Step 3

Enter the information in the search fields and click on the "search" button. A new page will open containing the release date information.

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