Wyoming, also known as the Equality State as well as Cowboy State, is ranked 10th by area. As of 2016, the population of Wyoming reaches around 585,501. Cheyenne is the largest city, with 59,833 residents (as of 2010). Cheyenne is also the capital of the state. Wyoming is the 44th state admitted into the Union.
Wyoming enjoys the status of a “safe state”. It has one of the lowest crime rates in the country which is 222.1 per 100,000 people. Even Casper, having the most crime in the state, is not as dangerous as the country overall. There are only 234.3 crimes annually reported for every 100,000 residents in Casper. Interestingly, Casper recorded just one murder in 2015. The city poverty rate is 11.6%, while the unemployment is at a troubling rate of 5.9% (the state rate was 4.0% in 2015).
Wyoming is an alcoholic beverage control state. Currently, capital punishment is legal in the state. Worland and Laramie are the safest cities to visit.
The Wyoming Department of Corrections manages an online servicek, where offender identification number or name serve as search filters. Crime victims can register to receive notifications automatically in case of an inmate status change.
Although the County Sheriffs in Wyoming don’t provide online access to inmate records, there are other ways of obtaining this data - either by phone or in person.