Harris County Georgia Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(356)Harris County Jails & Prisons
Harris County Correctional Institution9982 Georgia 116HamiltonGA31811706-628-4959
Harris County Jails & Prisons
Harris County Jail / Sheriff9825 Georgia 116HamiltonGA31811706-628-4211
Harris County Sheriff's Department9825 Georgia 116HamiltonGA31811706-628-4211
Muscogee Youth Development Campus7700-A Chattsworth RdHamiltonGA31820706-565-4391
Harris County Sheriff Departments
Harris County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 286HamiltonGA31811706-628-4211
Harris County Sheriffs Office / Harris County Jail9825 Georgia 116HamiltonGA31811706-628-4211
Harris County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Harris County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Harris County Jail Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison3
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison2
Jail Population Held for State Jail8
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies2
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population56
Female Pretrial Jail Population4
Male Pretrial Jail Population48
Total Jail Admissions1,877
Total Jail Population195
Female Jail Population11
Male Jail Population183
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population103
Latino Jail Population3
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population88
Total Prison Population105
Female Prison Population10
Male Prison Population95
Total Prison Admissions36
Female Prison Admissions5
Male Prison Admissions31
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions12
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions23
Other Prison Admissions1
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population44
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population60
Other Prison Population1

Jail Records Search in Georgia

The Freedom of Information Act, as well as state and federal prison records are considered public domain, and are made readily available to the general public. In some states such as Texas, a request for public arrest records must be signed a sworn statement by a county clerk that the requester is a person who is entitled to the release of the information. If the person’s name is not included in the registry, or if the person’s rights cannot be granted, the records will still be disclosed. This means that anyone can obtain copies of jail records. Jail records in the county of Harris County, Georgia are amongst the most requested of all. For this reason, it is mandatory that all requests for jail records in the state of Georgia are accompanied with a valid state government request for release of records.

These records are considered public domain because they are considered part of the public records and can be freely obtained by any person who can meet the state requirements. However, jail records in the state of Georgia are not made freely available, because they are confidential and are only released when specifically requested. The only exception to this general rule is that during an audit or a public records audit in which the state may be required to release records deemed confidential. Jail records in the county of Harris County are therefore only made freely available to officials of the county, law enforcement agencies and judicial proceedings, investigative agencies, and other agencies specifically authorized to receive them.

Criminal arrests and court information in the state of Georgia are considered public domain. However, information regarding jail or prison records and other criminal records are considered private, and are restricted by the state in some instances. Although state laws vary as far as who has access to this information and what is kept confidential, information is generally available to individuals who may be requesting it for legitimate purposes. These include employers or law enforcement officials investigating an individual, as well as certain professional licensing agencies such as doctors and lawyers. Any person who is interested in jail records in the state of Georgia should follow the correct procedures of requesting the information in order to avoid being charged with a crime or violating state law.

In order to access jail records in Georgia, an individual must go through three different steps. First, an individual can contact the sheriff of the county in which the person wants to search. sheriffs in many areas can be contacted online or through phone calls, and may have these records available in their databases. Next, the individual can make a formal request, through a court order, for the information at this office.

In some cases, jail records are covered by a privilege to protect confidential information. This privilege generally protects communications between law enforcement officials and persons involved in an arrest or investigation. Finally, jail records can also be obtained directly from the jail under certain circumstances. For example, the family of a person in custody can apply to have the record sealed, in order to protect their relative’s privacy.

Jail records in Georgia are considered public information. Individuals who wish to get more information about a person can go to any of the county’s departments and ask for the information. Most departments have their inmate locators, or inmate locating service, online. By using this service, you can obtain inmate locator information for free.