Marshall County Alabama Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(511)Marshall County Jails & Prisons
Marshall County Corrections1190 Sand Mountain DriveAlbertvilleAL35950
Marshall County Jails & Prisons
Marshall County Jail423 Blount AvenueGuntersvilleAL35976256-582-2034
Marshall County Sheriff's Department And County Jail423 Blount AvenueGuntersvilleAL35976256-582-2034
Albertville City Jail201 South Broad StreetAlbertvilleAL35950256-891-8276
Arab City Jail740 North Main StreetArabAL35016256-586-7525
Boaz Jail101 Line AvenueBoazAL35957
Marshall County Sheriff Department
Marshall County Sheriff's Office423 Blount AvenueGuntersvilleAL35976256-582-2034
Marshall County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Marshall County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Marshall County Sheriff Website
Marshall County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Jail Population Held for State Prison 35
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 3
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 10
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population 19
Female Pretrial Jail Population 30
Male Pretrial Jail Population 171
Total Jail Admissions 1,215
Total Jail Population 11
Female Jail Population 17
Male Jail Population 60
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 5
Latino Jail Population 6
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population 66
Total Prison Population 314
Female Prison Population 37
Male Prison Population 277
Total Prison Admissions 150
Female Prison Admissions 37
Male Prison Admissions 113
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 9
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 140
Other Prison Admissions 1
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population 46
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population 264
Other Prison Population 4

Jail Records Can Be Obtained Without Paying a Fee

Criminal jail records are available to anyone who applies. They can request the records either through a local office, the Internet, or by telephone. To find the jail records of someone who you want to be in jail, you will need to fill out an application requesting access to the jail records. You will need the full name of the person, his/her birth date, any names that you know for this purpose, his/her address (city and state), social security number, driver’s license number and the status of his/her case (whether he/she is in the system or not). If you have any other personal information about the person like work or school, you will also need it.

The next step is to look for an appropriate website. There are many websites offering free jail records. However, most of them only give limited information. This means that if you are looking for someone’s jail records, you will only get limited information. Thus, you will have to spend more time looking for the information you want.

Another way is to go to the local courthouse. They usually maintain their own database, which you can then search. However, this method requires some amount of legwork and is very time-consuming. Also, the free websites are not always up to date. If the person in question has been in and out of jail since many years, the information they provide may no longer be accurate.

Another good option is to use one of the paid online sites which offer access to jail records. However, keep in mind that the data is not entirely accurate because it is usually entered by hand. Therefore, the accuracy of the information provided may be somewhat limited. The cost for using these websites is generally worth it. After all, it is a small investment to access the important tools for conducting a background check on someone.

Jail records can sometimes be accessed without any cost. In these cases, the person in question would only be required to fill out a form. This form tells the website which records it requires, such as court records and driving records. Then, they perform a search of the appropriate portions of the government databases, which usually include criminal history, inmate records and arrest warrants. However, some websites may require an additional fee when providing additional information.

Jail records are public records, but sometimes may be difficult to locate. If you don’t know where to look, you have the option of paying a small fee to a private detective who will do the job for you. Even though it may be a bit more expensive, you will be able to find the information you need within a short period of time.

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