Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee

Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee Information

Since 1920, Minnesota has housed all females at a facility in Shakopee. In 1986, incarcerated women were transferred from the old "women's reformatory" building to a modern correctional facility. MCF-Shakopee offers a variety of evidence-based programming that is both gender-responsive and trauma-informed.

Phone: 952-496-4440

Physical Address:
Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee
1010 West Sixth Avenue
Shakopee, MN 55379

Mailing Address (personal mail):
Inmate's First and Last Name
Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee
1010 West Sixth Avenue
Shakopee, MN 55379

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Minnesota Inmate Race & Ethnicity - 4/16/2024

Race Inmates % Total
White 4,160 51.46%
Black 3,004 37.16%
Hispanic 0 0.00%
Other 920 11.38%
Total 8,084 100.0%
Demographic, Crime and Inmate data is compiled from public reports provided by the Sheriff’s Department, Minnesota Corrections, United States Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Census Bureau.

Minnesota Inmate Sex - 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 7,598 93.20%
Female 554 6.80%
Total 8,152 100.0%
Demographic, Crime and Inmate data is compiled from public reports provided by the Sheriff’s Department, Minnesota Corrections, United States Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation and the United States Census Bureau.
How Do You Find Someone in the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee?

The Minnesota Department of Corrections maintains a searchable public database of all of the inmates they have in custody.

In addition, the inmate search contains information about prisoners, parolees, and probationers who are currently under supervision. It also contains those inmates who have absconded or escaped.

Note: Information about Minnesota Predatory (Sex) Offenders and Active DOC Fugitives can be found on separate pages.

The actual prison that an inmate is assigned to depends on factors such as security classification, remaining time of their sentence, gang affiliation, and location of their residence.

The Minnesota State Prison System began in 1853, when the first state prison in Minnesota opened in Stillwater.

Today the state of Minnesota Prison System maintains 10 state prisons.

With a staff of 4,200 correctional workers, as of the end of 2023 they oversee approximately 9,000 inmates, with another 97,000 on parole or supervised release.

The following will explain the instructions, tricks and hacks you can use to find any inmate in custody with the Minnesota Department of Corrections.

Minnesota Department of Corrections Inmate Search Instructions

The Minnesota Department of Corrections provides a limited amount of information you may want to know about any inmate in their system, however they do list every inmate. Inmates in custody have their crimes listed, as well as previous convictions. They also list all inmates who have been discharged.

To look up an inmate, you need the full last name.  

  • You can list all inmates who share the same last name.
  • You can search an inmate using their MNDOC Offender ID.
  • If you wish to do a broad search though, if the result has more than 200 names, nothing gets listed and you have to add the first name to get a smaller set of results.



The first set of results if you used the full last name will list their name, MDOC (Offender) Number, Date of Birth, and Status (Incarcerated or Under Supervision). Click on the linked Name to get to the inmate's page.  In this example we used a last name of 'Roberts', thus the limited number of results.



The inmate's page will have quite a bit of information, including an inmate's mugshot.

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About the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee
Since 1920, Minnesota has housed all females at a facility in Shakopee. In 1986, incarcerated women were transferred from the old "women's reformatory" building to a modern correctional facility. MCF-Shakopee offers a variety of evidence-based programming that is both gender-responsive and trauma-informed.
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Directions / Map to the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee
Inmate Money

Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee uses the services of JPAY for you to send money to an inmate's trust fund / commissary account. 



You can send money to an inmate/offender's commissary/spendable account through the Send Money page.
There are several ways to send money to an inmate/offender.

  1. Online payments
  2. Over the phone by calling 800-574-5729
  3. MoneyGram
  4. If you wish to send cash you can use MoneyGram. MoneyGram has many convenient locations nationwide.
    The following establishments will always have MoneyGram services:
    Walmart
    7-11
    CVS Pharmacy

You will need:
Inmate's Correctional ID number and last name
The facility name or receive code (1279)
You can visit the MoneyGram website to find locations near you.

        5. Money Order - Inmate's Name must be on the Money Order
            Payable to Jpay
            PO Box 246450
            Pembroke Pines, FL 33024

Click the links below to download the form.
English Version Form Here
Spanish Version Form Here

        6. Lobby Kiosk
            You can use a debit or credit card in the lobby kiosk to send funds to an inmate/offender.

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Inmate Visitation

There are two ways to visit an inmate in the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee.

In-Person
Remote Video

Follow the instructions for both below.  the Remote Video Information is at the bottom, or can be found in the next section on this page.

Step 1 - Application

Before you can visit an inmate in the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee you need to complete an application and mail it to:

Minnesota Correctional Facility - Rush City
7600 525th St.
Rush City, MN 55069
320-358-0400

No faxes. No emails. The approval process takes about three weeks.

The English version can be filled in online.  The Spanish version needs to be filled out offline.  Both should be mailed.

Step 2 - Scheduling a Visit

After you have been approved, you can schedule a visit by phone. Inmates are notified when an applicant is approved and it is their responsibility to notify you. Applicants that are denied or banned due to failing the application process are mailed a letter of explanation. Applicants have the right to appeal a denial or ban the appeal instructions are contained in the letter.

Phone numbers for scheduling visits:

Red Wing: 651-267-3653
Togo: 218-376-7849
Rush City: 320-358-0481
Shakopee: 952-496-4941
Stillwater: 651-748-7909
Lino Lakes: 651-717-6578
Moose Lake: 218-485-5170
Faribault: 507-332-4500
St. Cloud: 320-240-3000 ext. 5504
Oak Park Heights: 651-779-1400 select option 3 then select option 6
Willow River: 218-485-2400

How long are Visits?

Generally, visitors that drive less than 100 miles (one way) will be able to register for a 1 or 2 hour visit. With prior approval a visitor that drives in excess of 100 miles (one way) may be granted an extended visit (calculated by using an internet map and inputting the visitors address on file). The extended visit must be initiated by the offender at least 7-10 days before the day of the visit, and may be limited to a certain number per month. Due to space restraints, certain facilities may limit visits to one hour on weekends. Restrictive housing, non-contact and video visits are also limited to one hour. Restrictive housing visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance.

What is the Visitation Schedule for Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee?

Each facility has an established visiting schedule.

There is no visiting on the following State recognized holidays*:

New Year's Day
President's Day
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Memorial Day
Juneteenth (June 19)
July 4 (Independence Day)
Labor Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving and the following Friday
Christmas Day
*Willow River and Togo Challenge Incarceration Program participants may have visitors on holidays IF the holiday falls on a regularly-scheduled visiting day.

What are the Rules and Guidelines for Visiting an Inmate?

Prior to coming to your visit it's important to read and understand the Rules, Guidelines, Dress Codes and Restrictions (Offenders, Visitors) for visiting an inmate in the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee.



Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee uses Jpay for Remote Inmate Visitation




Register here. (You are already registered if you signed up with Jpay for 'Phone' or 'Email').

Steps: 
1.  Sign up for Visitation. The JPay website will direct you to the open visit times for your inmate's living unit.
2. Find your inmate.
3. Purchase a book of Jpay ‘stamps’.
4. Schedule a Visit or send a Videogram.

Things you CAN do:
1.  You CAN ONLY do remote visits from the Jpay website, or with the Jpay app. (links below).
2. You CAN deposit money to your inmate, and they can use the credit on their end.
3. You CAN send a :30 second Videogram. (Jail staff will review for appropriateness) 

Things you CANNOT do:
- You CANNOT send a videogram or have a visit that would normally be rejected by the facility staff.

Other Things:
- If your Videogram is rejected you will be notified of the reason, but you will NOT get a refund.

What is the cost of visiting by video?

Typically $3.50 for 15 minutes. 

Other message costs:

  • Send a text Message - 1 stamp
  • Purchase a reply for your inmate - 1 stamp
  • Attach up to 5 photos - 1 stamp each photo
  • Share up to 5 eCards - 1 stamp each eCard
  • Send just a photo with no text - 1 stamp
  • Send a 30 second VideoGram - 3 stamps

What can your inmate do with digital 'stamps'?

  • Reply to your Videogram with a message if you attach a return stamp.
  • Receive transferred stamps you share with them (no cost to transfer)
  • When available, they can purchase their own stamps from their Inmate Debit Account

How often can I video visit?

Video visits do not count against an incarcerated person's visiting hours. How often you visit is limited by the availability of the kiosk in the living unit and their schedule.

Video Visitation FAQs < click here.

Video Visitation Rules < click here

Contact Information and Help:
eMessaging FAQ  
eMessaging Signup & Helpful Information  
Online Customer Service Support 
Phone Support: 800-574-5729
iphone app
Android app

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Remote Video Visitation

Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee uses Jpay for IRemote Inmate Visitation




Register here. (You are already registered if you signed up with Jpay for 'Phone' or 'Email').

Steps: 
1.  Sign up for Visitation
2. Find your inmate.
3. Purchase a book of Jpay ‘stamps’.
4. Schedule a Visit or send a Videogram.

Things you CAN do:
1.  You CAN ONLY do remote visits from the Jpay website, or with the Jpay app. (links below).
2. You CAN deposit money to your inmate, and they can use the credit on their end.
3. You CAN send a :30 second Videogram. (Jail staff will review for appropriateness) 

Things you CANNOT do:
- You CANNOT send a videogram or have a visit that would normally be rejected by the facility staff.

Other Things:
- If your Videogram is rejected you will be notified of the reason, but you will NOT get a refund.

What is the cost of visiting by video?

Typically $3.50 for 15 minutes. 

Other message costs:

  • Send a text Message - 1 stamp
  • Purchase a reply for your inmate - 1 stamp
  • Attach up to 5 photos - 1 stamp each photo
  • Share up to 5 eCards - 1 stamp each eCard
  • Send just a photo with no text - 1 stamp
  • Send a 30 second VideoGram - 3 stamps

What can your inmate do with digital 'stamps'?

  • Reply to your Videogram with a message if you attach a return stamp.
  • Receive transferred stamps you share with them (no cost to transfer)
  • When available, they can purchase their own stamps from their Inmate Debit Account


Contact Information and Help:
eMessaging FAQ  
eMessaging Signup & Helpful Information  
Online Customer Service Support 
Phone Support: 800-574-5729
iphone app
Android app

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Inmate Phone Contact

There are three Ways to Communicate with an Inmate in the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee by Phone

To get started you must first open an account with GTL Connect Network (aka Viapath Technologies)

  • Advance Pay - This phone account allows you to prepay so that your inmate can call you (and only you) whenever he/she wants and the cost of each call is deducted from your balance. You can even be notified by text when your balance gets low. You still have the option of accepting or rejecting each call.
  • Pin Debit  -  This option allows you to fund an inmate's commissary account and lets him pay for phone calls to you and others with the money. You will have no control over who your inmate calls.
  • Voicemail  -  You can leave a secure voicemail without having to contact the facility. When you call the local phone number for a facility offering Inmate Voicemail (call Customer Service at 877-650-4249 to get the local voicemail number for Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee, you will be informed of the cost for leaving a message. To leave your message, simply select the inmate by ID number. Then, record your voicemail.

How to deposit money for Inmate Communications: 

(NOTICE... AT THIS TIME ALL PHONE CALLS ARE FREE, WITH NO CHARGE TO YOU OR THE INMATE)

  • Online
  • By phone by calling 877-650-4249
  • Deposit by cash, visa or mc debit and credit cards in the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee lobby kiosk
  • By mail... Check or Money Order made out to:
    AdvancePay Service Department
    P.O. Box 911722
    Denver, CO 80291-1722
  • Cash deposits to ConnectNetwork are also available at 26,000 retail locations nationwide including Walmart, ACE, Kmart, Kroger, and more. You’ll start the payment process online in your ConnectNetwork account, then complete your transaction with cash at a participating local retail store. Plus, many of these stores are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Find a retail store near you.
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Mailing an Inmate

Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee Inmate Mail Guidelines

Postcards
The Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee allows inmates to receive pre-metered postcards like the type purchased from the post office. They may also allow certain photo postcards as long as they have not been tampered with or contain images that may be considered to be obscene or violent in nature. It is best to only use blue or black ink. Always include your name and return address.

Envelopes
The Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee also allows envelopes to be mailed to inmates. It is best to only use blue or black ink.

The original mail will be copied and given to the inmate.  The original will then be shredded and disposed of.

Postcards and envelopes MUST HAVE the sender's full name and return address on the envelope. 

Incoming mail is limited to 16 ounces per item. A maximum of 20 photographs are allowed per envelope or mailing. A mailing is defined a two or more mailed items from the same sender received on the same day. Polaroid photographs must have the backing removed.

Postcards and envelopes MUST be mailed to the following address:
Inmate's Full name and MDOC#
Confirm the Facility Address



Legal Mail

Send all Legal Mail to this Address:
Inmate's Full name and MDOC#
Confirm the Facility Address



Newspapers
Newspapers may also be mailed to an inmate as long as they are shipped directly from the publisher.

Magazines
News, special interest or sports magazines may also be mailed to an inmate as long as they are shipped directly from the publisher. Any magazines that contain profanity, weapons, pornography or other content that is adult in nature will be confiscated by the jail staff and will NOT be delivered to the inmate.

Books
The Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee allows NEW books to be mailed directly from trusted sources such as Amazon, Walmart and Books-A-Million. Confirm with your inmate prior to ordering.

You can order them directly from your computer and have them shipped to the inmate at the address noted.
Books must NOT contain images or content that are considered excessively violent, pornographic or obscene. Any book that does not meet the Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee standards will be disposed of. 
Hard cover books will not be accepted by the jail due to their potential to be used as a weapon.


All newspapers, magazines and books are to be shipped to:
Inmate's Full name and MDOC#
Confirm the Facility Address


 

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Texting and Emailing an Inmate

Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee uses Jpay for Inmate Email.




Register here. (You are already registered if you signed up with Jpay for 'Phone' or 'Remote Visitation').

Steps: 
1.  Sign up for eMessaging
2. Find your inmate.
3. Purchase a book of Jpay ‘stamps’.
4. Type & Send message.

Things you CAN do:
1.  You CAN ONLY send messages from the Jpay website, or with the Jpay app. (links below).
2. You CAN deposit money to your inmate, and they can use the credit on their end.
4. Each time you send a message, you CAN pay for them to reply.
5. You CAN send photos. (Jail staff will review for appropriateness) 

Things you CANNOT do:
1.  You CANNOT use your own personal email to send messages.
2. You CANNOT send any message or photo that would normally be rejected by regular mail.

Other Things:
1.  Photos must be .jpg, .jpeg or .png.
2. eMessages and photos must meet the jail’s standards for regular mail.
3. If your eMessage or Photo is rejected you will be notified of the reason, but you will NOT get a refund.

What is the cost of sending inmate messages?

  • Send a text Message - 1 stamp
  • Purchase a reply for your inmate - 1 stamp
  • Attach up to 5 photos - 1 stamp each photo
  • Share up to 5 eCards - 1 stamp each eCard
  • Send just a photo with no text - 1 stamp
  • Send a 30 second VideoGram - 3 stamps

What can your inmate do with digital 'stamps'?

  • Reply to your eMessage if you attach a return stamp
  • Receive transferred stamps you share with them (no cost to transfer)
  • When available, they can purchase their own stamps from their Inmate Debit Account


Contact Information and Help:
eMessaging FAQ  
eMessaging Signup & Helpful Information  
Online Customer Service Support 
Phone Support: 800-574-5729
iphone app
Android app

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What is a State Prison?

Once an inmate is convicted and sentenced for a violation of that state’s felony laws (and their sentence is more than one year in length), they are moved from the City or County Jail and sent to a State Prison in Minnesota. If the violation they are convicted of is a federal crime, they will be sent to a Federal Prison, but will not necessarily be doing their time in Minnesota.

Minnesota State Prisons are operated and maintained by the state government and are used to confine and rehabilitate criminals. State prisons are funded by state tax money. The fund is used to provide food and clothes to inmates and to hire employees to keep the prison running. Inmates in state prison enjoy certain privileges such as TV use and recreation, both indoor and outdoor. The number of privileges allowed depends on the security level of the prison, the inmate and the overall needs of the prison on a specific day.

Minnesota has minimum, medium and maximum security prisons. The Corrections Department in Minnesota also maintains low (or no) security residential settings and camps where inmates assist in state property maintenance and duties such as fighting fires. Almost all prisons provide ‘jobs’ where an inmate can earn a small hourly wage and even learn a trade. Some prisons even contract with call centers and handle phone calls on issues related to their state government. Criminals who have committed a violent crime or killed someone are likely housed in a maximum security prison. If the inmate in these prisons behave, they are also eligible to recreate and/or work as well.

In Minnesota Prisons rehabilitation is the stated goal but the reality is that they exist to punish inmates for their crimes and keep them from hurting or harming innocent people on the outside who follow the laws and live and act responsibly. The fact is that most prison systems are underfunded, overcrowded and are not able to spend time and money rehabilitating offenders. This is not the fault of the people hired to work in prisons, they are just victims of the lack of resources due to budgeting constraints.

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How to find an inmate already convicted of a felony and sentenced?

State Inmate

Most states have Department of Corrections websites that allow you to type in a felon's first and last name and pull up inmates in that state.

If you need to find a sentenced inmate serving time in a state other than Minnesota, go here. To find an inmate in Minnesota, just scroll to the top of the page and click on the Inmate Search button.

Once you locate them click next to the inmate's name or on the link provided and it will show you which prison the inmate is housed in. If the inmate is no longer incarcerated, but is on parole/probation or discharged, it will tell you that as well. In addition, many state prison inmate pages show recent mug shots.

Federal Inmate

The federal prison system has its own inmate locator called the Bureau of Prisons Inmate Locator.

Type in the inmate's name and it will tell you where he or she is incarcerated and their projected release date. It also lists released federal prison inmates and the date they were released.

Federal inmates who are moved from one prison to another will show as "No longer in federal custody" on the system until they reach their next federal prison destination. This movement can take a few days to several months to complete, so keep checking back to find out where the inmate was taken.

ICE Inmates

The ICE Detainee Lookup allows friends, family members and interested parties to locate illegal and/or undocumented immigrants that are in the United States without permission.

Has the Inmate been recently arrested?... Try a County Jail

In many cases, the person you are looking for has either not been convicted or sentenced or has been sentenced and is awaiting transport to a State or Federal Prison and is still incarcerated in a City or County Jail.

To locate that person, go here to first find the State, and then the County where they were originally arrested or have been transported to. From there you can begin your search in our databases that contain the names and information of millions of inmates.

Jailexchange.com has all information on every jail and prison in the United States.

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US State Prison Population Demographics

Total Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 973,343 93.26%
Female 70,362 6.74%
Total 1,043,705 100.0%

Total Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 327,300 35.27%
Black 345,500 37.23%
Hispanic 226,800 24.44%
American Indian / Alaska Native 15,900 1.71%
Asian 12,500 1.35%
Total 928,000 100.0%

Total of Violent Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 622,200 95.46%
Female 31,700 4.86%
Total 653,900 100.0%

Total of Violent Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 178,600 29.23%
Black 234,500 38.38%
Hispanic 179,500 29.38%
American Indian / Alaska Native 9,600 1.57%
Asian 8,800 1.44%
Total 611,000 100.0%

Murderers Held in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 147,500 93.95%
Female 10,000 6.37%
Total 157,500 100.0%

Murderers Held in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 37,600 26.04%
Black 63,000 43.63%
Hispanic 39,100 27.08%
American Indian / Alaska Native 2,300 1.59%
Asian 2,400 1.66%
Total 144,400 100.0%

Violent Negligent Manslaughter Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 16,000 86.02%
Female 2,600 13.98%
Total 18,600 100.0%

Violent Negligent Manslaughter Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 5,400 43.90%
Black 3,600 29.27%
Hispanic 2,900 23.58%
American Indian / Alaska Native 200 1.63%
Asian 200 1.63%
Total 12,300 100.0%

Violent Rape & Sexual Assault Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 159,800 98.95%
Female 2,200 1.36%
Total 162,000 100.0%

Violent Robbery Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 125,800 96.18%
Female 5,400 4.13%
Total 131,200 100.0%

Violent Robbery Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 21,900 18.64%
Black 66,800 56.85%
Hispanic 26,500 22.55%
American Indian / Alaska Native 1,200 1.02%
Asian 1,100 0.94%
Total 117,500 100.0%

Violent Aggravated/Simple Assault Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 137,000 94.74%
Female 8,100 5.60%
Total 145,100 100.0%

Violent Aggravated/Simple Assault Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 37,500 23.28%
Black 53,300 33.09%
Hispanic 65,300 40.53%
American Indian / Alaska Native 2,800 1.74%
Asian 2,200 1.37%
Total 161,100 100.0%

Other Violent Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024 - non-categorized

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 36,100 91.86%
Female 3,300 8.40%
Total 39,400 100.0%

Other Violent Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024 - non-categorized

race Inmates % Total
White 12,200 32.45%
Black 14,200 37.77%
Hispanic 9,700 25.80%
American Indian / Alaska Native 800 2.13%
Asian 700 1.86%
Total 37,600 100.0%

Total of Property Crime Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 127,900 90.64%
Female 13,600 9.64%
Total 141,500 100.0%

Total of Property Crime Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 60,500 50.46%
Black 37,800 31.53%
Hispanic 18,100 15.10%
American Indian / Alaska Native 2,100 1.75%
Asian 1,400 1.17%
Total 119,900 100.0%

Burglary Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 75,900 95.11%
Female 4,200 5.26%
Total 80,100 100.0%

Burglary Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 30,500 44.40%
Black 24,200 35.23%
Hispanic 12,300 17.90%
American Indian / Alaska Native 1,100 1.60%
Asian 600 0.87%
Total 68,700 100.0%

Larceny & Theft Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 22,300 84.47%
Female 4,200 15.91%
Total 26,500 100.0%

Larceny & Theft Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 13,800 58.97%
Black 6,800 29.06%
Hispanic 2,200 9.40%
American Indian / Alaska Native 300 1.28%
Asian 300 1.28%
Total 23,400 100.0%

Motor Vehicle Theft Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 6,400 91.43%
Female 600 8.57%
Total 7,000 100.0%

Motor Vehicle Theft Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 2,500 48.08%
Black 1,500 28.85%
Hispanic 1,000 19.23%
American Indian / Alaska Native 100 1.92%
Asian 100 1.92%
Total 5,200 100.0%

Fraud Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 9,800 75.97%
Female 3,200 24.81%
Total 13,000 100.0%

Fraud Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 6,900 63.30%
Black 2,600 23.85%
Hispanic 900 8.26%
American Indian / Alaska Native 300 2.75%
Asian 200 1.83%
Total 10,900 100.0%

Other Property Crime Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024 - non-categorized

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 13,600 90.67%
Female 1,400 9.33%
Total 15,000 100.0%

Other Property Crime Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024 - non-categorized

race Inmates % Total
White 6,700 58.26%
Black 2,700 23.48%
Hispanic 1,700 14.78%
American Indian / Alaska Native 200 1.74%
Asian 200 1.74%
Total 11,500 100.0%

Total of Drug Related Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 114,600 87.08%
Female 17,400 13.22%
Total 132,000 100.0%

Total of Drug Related Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 49,500 47.50%
Black 37,300 35.80%
Hispanic 14,600 14.01%
American Indian / Alaska Native 1,700 1.63%
Asian 1,100 1.06%
Total 104,200 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Drug Possession in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 28,500 84.57%
Female 5,300 15.73%
Total 33,800 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Drug Possession in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 14,800 56.27%
Black 7,900 30.04%
Hispanic 3,000 11.41%
American Indian / Alaska Native 400 1.52%
Asian 200 0.76%
Total 26,300 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Drug Dealing/Manufacturing in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 86,100 88.04%
Female 12,000 12.27%
Total 98,100 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Drug Dealing/Manufacturing in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 34,700 44.54%
Black 29,400 37.74%
Hispanic 11,600 14.89%
American Indian / Alaska Native 1,300 1.67%
Asian 900 1.16%
Total 77,900 100.0%

Total of 'Public Order' Related Inmates in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 102,500 93.95%
Female 6,900 6.32%
Total 109,400 100.0%

Total of 'Public Order' Related Inmates in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 35,900 40.84%
Black 34,500 39.25%
Hispanic 13,800 15.70%
American Indian / Alaska Native 2,500 2.84%
Asian 1,200 1.37%
Total 87,900 100.0%

Inmates Convicted on Illegal Weapon Possession in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 37,800 97.93%
Female 900 2.33%
Total 38,700 100.0%

Inmates Convicted on Illegal Weapon Possession in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 7,200 22.86%
Black 16,900 53.65%
Hispanic 6,500 20.63%
American Indian / Alaska Native 500 1.59%
Asian 400 1.27%
Total 31,500 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Multiple DUI/DWI in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 13,400 89.33%
Female 1,600 10.67%
Total 15,000 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Multiple DUI/DWI in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 6,800 59.65%
Black 2,000 17.54%
Hispanic 1,800 15.79%
American Indian / Alaska Native 700 6.14%
Asian 100 0.88%
Total 11,400 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Other 'Public Order' Felonies in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 51,200 92.25%
Female 4,400 7.93%
Total 55,600 100.0%

Inmates Convicted of Other 'Public Order' Felonies in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 21,900 48.45%
Black 15,700 34.73%
Hispanic 5,600 12.39%
American Indian / Alaska Native 1,300 2.88%
Asian 700 1.55%
Total 45,200 100.0%

Total Number of Inmates Convicted of Unspecified Felonies in US State Prisons by Sex on 4/16/2024

Sex Inmates % Total
Male 6,100 89.71%
Female 800 11.76%
Total 6,900 100.0%

Total Number of Inmates Convicted of Unspecified Felonies in US State Prisons by Race/Ethnicity on 4/16/2024

race Inmates % Total
White 2,700 52.94%
Black 1,500 29.41%
Hispanic 700 13.73%
American Indian / Alaska Native 100 1.96%
Asian 100 1.96%
Total 5,100 100.0%
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This facility, known as "Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee" is also known as MCF, Minnesota Department of Corrections, NULL, Minnesota Correctional Facility-Shakopee, Minnesota, Scott.