A county jail search can help you:

  • Check someone's criminal history
  • Learn about jail detentions
  • Locate an inmate
  • Perform a background check
  • Find someone's bail records
  • Check for criminal arrests

Search for county jail records from law enforcement authorities, such as

  • Jails & Prisons

    Jails and Prisons are responsible for incarcerating convicted criminals and detaining suspected criminals. Many county jails process individuals who have been arrested for misdemeanors or felonies, and they maintain records for people who are arrested and booked through the correctional facility. They also keep records on people being detained before and during their trials, as well as individuals who have been sentenced to jail time and incarcerated. These records contain information on the individual, the criminal charges, any arrests and bails, as well as court sentences, probation, and parole. Jails and Prisons may provide online access to their records.

  • Police Departments

    Police Departments act as law enforcement agencies by investigating crimes and maintaining public order. They also maintain a number of documents about county jail records, including an individual's detentions and incarcerations at a county jail, arrests and bookings at county jails, and any detentions at a county jail before or during a trial. These records may provide personal information, all criminal charges, any arrests and bails, as well as court sentences, court-ordered probation, and parole from county jails. Police Departments often provide online access to many of their records.

  • Sheriff Departments

    Sheriff Departments are law enforcement agencies charged with maintaining order and protecting the public safety. As part of this job, they maintain a number of documents related to county jail stays, including an individual's incarcerations at a county jail, all arrests and bookings at county jails, and any detentions at a county jail before or during a court case. These records often list personal information, all criminal charges, any arrests or bails, as well as court sentences, court-ordered probations, and paroles from county jails. Sheriff Departments may provide online access to their jail records.