Lake County Indiana Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2571)Lake County Jails & Prisons
Lake County Jail2293 North Main StreetCrown PointIN46307219-755-3400
Lake County Jails & Prisons
Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex3000 West 93rd AvenueCrown PointIN46307219-769-4664
Hammond Jail509 Douglas StreetHammondIN46320219-853-6466
Kimbrough Work Program2600 West 93rd AvenueCrown PointIN46307219-755-3850
Lake County Sheriff Departments
Lake County Sheriff Department - East Chicago3711 Main StreetEast ChicagoIN46312219-398-2446
Lake County Sheriff Department - Gary400 BroadwayGaryIN46402219-881-6091
Lake County Sheriff Department - Hammond232 Russell StreetHammondIN46320219-933-2812
Lake County Sheriff Department / Lake County Jail2293 North Main StreetCrown PointIN46307219-755-3963
Lake County Sheriff Female Work Release Program2600 West 93rd AvenueCrown PointIN46307219-648-6002
Lake County Sheriff Male Work Release Program2600 West 93rd AvenueCrown PointIN46307219-755-3853
Lake County Sheriff's Office2293 North Main StreetCrown PointIN46307219-755-3400
Lake County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Hammond Police Department Website
Lake County Jail Inmate Search
Lake County Jail Records
Lake County Sheriff Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison10
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison4
Jail Population Held for State Jail7
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail4
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies40
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population453
Female Pretrial Jail Population72
Male Pretrial Jail Population587
Total Jail Admissions8,216
Total Jail Population685
Female Jail Population65
Male Jail Population583
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population400
Latino Jail Population86
Native Jail Population2
White Jail Population162
Total Prison Population1,244
Female Prison Population66
Male Prison Population1,178
Total Prison Admissions472
Female Prison Admissions38
Male Prison Admissions434
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions282
Latino Prison Admissions47
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions142
Other Prison Admissions1
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population815
Latino Prison Population133
Native Prison Population6
White Prison Population287
Other Prison Population3

How to Access Jail Records From Your Computer

Accessing public jail records is very easy to do in Lake County. There are numerous public record searches available at the county and state records offices, or you can go online to find out more information. If you want to view all the public record information for jail records, you need to visit your local county courthouse. The location may be found on the town’s website.

To search for jail records of someone in Lake County, you will need to know their full legal name, date of birth and social security number. You can also ask for other important information such as past jail offenses, aliases the person uses, date of marriage and any children they may have. You will need to fill out an application, which may take several hours to process. After you’ve submitted the request, you will likely wait several days before you receive the information. Although most documents are free and readily available to the public, some records are not. Jail records that are sealed or confidential may cost a small fee.

Jail records are available online. There are several websites that allow you to search for public records from your home computer. These sites usually let you search for personal information such as birth, death and marriage certificates. They may also offer limited information such as sex crimes, conviction records and outstanding warrants.

However, there is another way to get criminal records without a search online. If you are living in Cook County, you can search the county records website. Cook County is one of the largest counties in Illinois. Each year, it publishes its own public records website. The site contains information about warrants of arrests and other information that may be useful. Although most of the information is free, the records are limited to certain categories, such as criminal arrest warrants, sex crimes and other criminal offenses.

If you are looking for an employee or potential business partner, you can access a public records database to check for any public record information about them. The database allows you to search for criminal records, marriage records, employment information and others. You can also perform a background search on them to make sure they are who they say they are. Many private investigators use these databases to conduct in-person research.

There are a variety of reasons why someone might need to access jail records. For example, you want to rent an apartment and the landlord requires a background check. If you want to rent your own home, you may want to check out your past before you make any type of relationship with anyone. If you are applying for a new job, you want to make sure that the company you are going to hire has no problem with hiring someone with a criminal history. Whatever your reason, it is important that you find the best way to access these records.