Bannock County Idaho Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2481)Bannock County Jails & Prisons
Bannock County Detention Center5800 South 5th AvenuePocatelloID83204208-236-7125
Bannock County Jails & Prisons
Bannock County JailPO Box 4666PocatelloID83205208-236-7116
Bannock County Juvenile Detention Center137 South 5th AvenuePocatelloID83201208-234-1080
Bannock Juvenile Detention CenterPO Box 4926PocatelloID83205208-234-1080
Pocatello Women's Correctional Center1451 Fore RoadPocatelloID83204208-236-6360
Bannock County Sheriff Department
Bannock County Sheriffs Office / Bannock County Jail5800 South 5th AvenuePocatelloID83204208-236-7111
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Bannock County Sheriff & Detention Center Website
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Jail Population Held for State Prison 18
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 10
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 13
Jail Population Held for ICE 1
Pretrial Jail Population 200
Female Pretrial Jail Population 56
Male Pretrial Jail Population 112
Total Jail Admissions 4,283
Total Jail Population 235
Female Jail Population 55
Male Jail Population 194
Asian Jail Population 3
Black Jail Population 6
Latino Jail Population 35
Native Jail Population 40
White Jail Population 164
Total Prison Admissions 242
Female Prison Admissions 48
Male Prison Admissions 189
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 10
Latino Prison Admissions 19
Native Prison Admissions 31
White Prison Admissions 176
Other Prison Admissions 6

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Bannock County Idaho is a small county located about an hour south of the spectacular Rogue River Valley. This small rural community has about two hundred and fifty residents and is bordered on three sides by the Rogue River. The original settlement site was originally on the Rogue River’s west branch, but it is now on the east branch. This is where the county seat and courthouse is located.

Access to public records in Idaho is one of the most regulated areas in the country. According to the state’s privacy act all public records have to be filed with the state in particular, but some other information may be available from the likes of other states or from the United States government. In Bannock County the records that are filed in their court house are almost exclusively restricted to criminal matters.

Criminal records are held in what is known as the Criminal History Records of Bannock County. These records have been deemed important for the purpose of identification and tracking. All records in Idaho are public except for the arrest records. Criminal court records are kept in what is called an indeterminate records system, meaning that they are not supposed to be shared with anyone except law enforcement and agencies that need them for certain purposes. In addition to the records themselves these are also kept in different county repositories depending on the nature of the case and the jurisdiction in which the court is situated.

Bail records are also available to the general public in Idaho. Bail is a legal agreement made between a person and the court that he will render bail when necessary for himself. Bail bond agents can be summoned to appear in court as a witness if the person is being accused of a crime. There are many advantages to using an agent to get a bail bond service. Some of the advantages are that the agency will know all the requirements that need to be fulfilled, they will do background checks and work with the judicial system in any way that is necessary, and they will be licensed by the state to do business in Idaho.

Jail records can be requested from the county sheriff of a county if one is in Idaho. The sheriffs office will either release the records to the public or keep them under wraps. Information in the records can include personal information such as the date of birth and address or arrest information and jail arrest records.

Criminal history records can also be searched online. The major advantage to this method is that there are many sources from which the information can be retrieved. This includes official government sites, websites of the state and federal criminal justice agencies, public libraries and archives, newspapers, and non-governmental organizations such as radio and television stations. Searching for information in a public library is possible since most public libraries maintain extensive collections on various topics. Information from the Internet is more limited since it is more difficult to retrieve and may require the person to have a reliable computer and Internet service.

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