Jefferson County Alabama Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Donaldson Correctional Facility100 Warrior LaneBessemerAL35023205-436-3681
G Ross Bell Youth Detention Center716 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard NorthBirminghamAL35203205-325-5498
Homewood Jail1833 29th Avenue SouthHomewoodAL35209205-332-6250
Kimberly City Jail9256 Stouts RoadKimberlyAL35091
Tarrant City Jail2593 Commerce CircleBirminghamAL35217
Trussville City Jail131 Main StreetTrussvilleAL35173
Jefferson County Sheriff Departments
Jefferson - Birmingham Division Sheriff's Office2200 Reverend Abraham Woods Junior BoulevardBirminghamAL35203205-325-5700
Jefferson County Sheriffs Department2200 Reverend Abraham Woods Junior BoulevardBirminghamAL35203205-325-5700
Jefferson County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Birmingham Police Department Website
Hoover Police Department Website
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Website (Alabama)
(432)Jefferson County Jails & Prisons
Jefferson Bessemer County Jail1822 2nd Avenue NorthBessemerAL35020205-481-4160
Jefferson County Jails & Prisons
Jefferson Birmingham County Jail809 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard NorthBirminghamAL35203205-325-5670
Jefferson County Jail - Bessemer1822 2nd Avenue NorthBessemerAL35020205-481-4160
Jefferson County Jail - Birmingham809 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard NorthBirminghamAL35203205-325-5670
Jefferson County Youth Detention Center140 2nd Court NorthBirminghamAL35204
Birmingham City Jail501 6th Avenue SouthBirminghamAL35205205-254-6369
Birmingham City Jail425 6th Avenue SouthBirminghamAL35205205-254-6369
Birmingham Community Based Facility / Community Work Center1216 25th Street NorthBirminghamAL35234205-252-2994
Department Of Youth Services-Vacca Campus8950 Roebuck BoulevardBirminghamAL35206205-833-2361
Jail Population Held for State Prison176
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison7
Jail Population Held for State Jail3
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies2
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population775
Female Pretrial Jail Population115
Male Pretrial Jail Population732
Total Jail Admissions16,502
Total Jail Population1,115
Female Jail Population109
Male Jail Population835
Asian Jail Population2
Black Jail Population776
Latino Jail Population20
Native Jail Population5
White Jail Population146
Total Prison Population4,137
Female Prison Population220
Male Prison Population3,917
Total Prison Admissions1,577
Female Prison Admissions212
Male Prison Admissions1,365
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions1,074
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions491
Other Prison Admissions12
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population3,264
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population860
Other Prison Population13

Jail Records – How to Get Them

Jefferson County Jail Records can help you find out if someone you know has been convicted of a crime. It’s important to know this information as it may make your life much easier or much harder. Criminal convictions can lead to serious consequences for people you know and even those you don’t. Jail records are considered public record under state law. They are available to the public and can easily be located through a variety of sources. The best place to find public jail records is the Internet.

A quick search on a major search engine such as Google or Yahoo should reveal several results for sites that have access to information relating to jail records. However, you may not find the information you are looking for. If you can’t seem to find what you’re looking for you may want to consider paying a private investigator to retrieve the information you need.

Jail records are considered to be public record and are easily accessible. This means that anybody who can access the Internet can obtain this information. Although this information is readily available it isn’t easy to find. Most states make it very difficult for the general public to access this information. This is because they don’t want the general public accessing information about people who have been convicted of serious offenses. In some cases this is due to privacy concerns but in many instances the courts are just too protective of the offender.

The good news is that in some states you don’t have to worry about not being able to access jail records. Florida for example makes it extremely hard for the general public to access information about jail records. Florida is the only state in the United States that does not allow anyone to obtain these records without a court order. If you want to view Florida’s public records you will need a court order. It’s a simple process; all you do is fill out an application with the courts and they will supply you with all the necessary forms. You must then pay a fee before you can have access to the information.

Some people might feel that by obtaining this information they can be harassers or even the person that committed the crime. By viewing the person’s criminal history you can learn about their past. If they have had any previous arrests, any felonies, or any outstanding warrants. This information can give you a better idea of whether or not you should continue to interact with them. If the person you’re looking at has a clean criminal record you can get to know their character which can be a good thing if you are considering hiring them to either work for you or for your loved ones.

Even though there are some states that have made it extremely difficult to access jail records there are still a number of states that you can locate these records. In many cases you can obtain the information simply by going online and doing an internet search. Most of the time you’ll be given access to public jail records.