Henry County Georgia Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(359)Henry County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Henry County Jail120 Henry ParkwayMcDonoughGA30253770-288-7100
Henry County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Henry County Jail Annex507 Hampton RoadMcDonoughGA30253770-288-7055
Henry County Jail Annex505 Hampton RoadMcDonoughGA30253770-288-7091
Henry County Sheriffs Department / Henry County Jail120 Henry ParkwayMcDonoughGA30253770-288-7070
Clayton County Prison11678 Hastings Bridge RoadHamptonGA30228770-473-5777
Henry County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Henry County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Jail Population Held for State Prison18
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail5
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail3
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies9
Jail Population Held for ICE7
Pretrial Jail Population276
Female Pretrial Jail Population28
Male Pretrial Jail Population198
Total Jail Admissions14,328
Total Jail Population649
Female Jail Population107
Male Jail Population550
Asian Jail Population3
Black Jail Population341
Latino Jail Population3
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population304
Total Prison Population562
Female Prison Population61
Male Prison Population501
Total Prison Admissions258
Female Prison Admissions41
Male Prison Admissions217
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions116
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions138
Other Prison Admissions4
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population313
Latino Prison Population14
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population233
Other Prison Population2

How to Search For Jail Records Online

Jail records are public documents that list the person’s booking information including their personal history. They also show the reasons for a person’s incarceration, such as prior felonies, military record, or arrest record. However, accessing these documents can be difficult because they are kept in different locations across the country, with gaps in records across the board.

There are two ways to do a search: personally or online. Many people prefer to do a search online because it is faster and easier, and can save money. Here are some tips to keep in mind when searching through the many online databases.

To start, find a website that offers general background checks. Then, register. Once you have registered, you can start researching your records. Some websites offer unlimited searches while others only offer limited information.

If you find an ongoing court case, you will need to go directly to the courthouse for that case. In some cases, you may not be able to access the records right away. For other cases, you will be able to get the information you need relatively quickly. Once you have a record in hand, simply go to the courthouse for the county where the crime happened. You will then be able to view the records in their online format. This allows you to search for the person’s full name, birth date, and criminal past.

For jail records in Henry County, Georgia, you can either search online or go down to the courthouse and look at the docket. Most counties have their own dockets, but sometimes you will need to go out of state to find the information you need. If this is the case, make sure you pay a nominal fee. The fee is usually very small, and can save you hours of searching.

In addition to looking online, you may also want to consider going to the sheriff’s department. Sometimes, you can obtain a much more up-to-date search there. You should try to contact the sheriff’s department by phone or visit the website. Most departments allow you to search their database online for free. The only time you may be asked to pay for this service is if you are looking for multiple people or if you are a registered sex offender.

If you still can’t find the information you are looking for, your next step may be to hire a private investigator to run an jail records search for you. Many private investigators will charge around $100 to perform a one time search on an individual. If you don’t have this amount of money available, many local law enforcement agencies offer to do the search for free. If you choose to pay for an investigator, make sure you know how much he will be charging per search, because some agencies charge differently than others.

When you search for jail records online, make sure the site gives you the ability to print out the results. Some sites may offer a limited amount of pages. Others may offer unlimited access. It may also be a good idea to search for public records that are not local to where you are conducting the search. This way, you will have access to national databases, which may contain more jail records than the county you live in alone.