Vermillion County Indiana Inmate Jail Records

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(2674)Vermillion County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Vermillion County JailPO Box 130NewportIN47966765-492-3737
Vermillion County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Vermillion County Jail / Sheriff1888 Indiana 63HillsdaleIN47854765-492-3737
Vermillion County Sheriff Department / Vermillion County Jail1888 Indiana 63HillsdaleIN47854765-492-3737
Vermillion County Sheriff's Office1888 Highway 63HillsdaleIN47854765-492-3737
Vermillion County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Vermillion County Jail Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison6
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population58
Female Pretrial Jail Population11
Male Pretrial Jail Population45
Total Jail Admissions649
Total Jail Population66
Female Jail Population8
Male Jail Population58
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population3
Latino Jail Population2
Native Jail Population2
White Jail Population63
Total Prison Population61
Female Prison Population8
Male Prison Population53
Total Prison Admissions46
Female Prison Admissions4
Male Prison Admissions42
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions43
Other Prison Admissions3
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population5
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population56
Other Prison Population

Jail Records Database

A large number of individuals and organizations need access to Indiana jail records in order to verify the credentials of an individual or to perform background checks. There are numerous reasons why one would require access to these records, for example to verify a job applicant, a potential business partner, a new neighbor or any other person whom you want to have close at hand. Indiana is a well populated state in the United States with more than thirty eight counties. Each county has public records and these records are available to the public on the Internet. In the state of Indiana, public records are always available, whether it is criminal records, birth records, marriage licenses, or any other public data.

These records are public but they are stored in several different places. The most commonly used public records storage facility is the central statewide criminal repository. This repository contains public records of all people in the Indiana State Department of Corrections, Bureau of Investigations, Indiana State Police, Social Service Division, Revenue Department, Attorney General’s Office, and many other criminal justice offices.

Criminal justice officials utilize this criminal database to perform background investigations on individuals when they apply for jobs, to determine if a person has a criminal record, or even to check to see if a person has been married and divorced. The Indiana State Police has this database as well and performs background investigations on convicted criminals. All these functions are performed in accordance with the state law and regulations. Individuals can also perform searches on their own criminal records to verify if they have been named in a report or if there is any other information regarding that person.

Jail records in Indiana are also available to the general public. When a person goes to a court house to face a criminal case, these records are stored there. In some instances, these records are sealed or destroyed after the person has completed his/her sentence. However, they are still retrievable through certain government agencies. You can use one of the online facilities to retrieve these jail records that contain criminal offenders information. These records are updated frequently and give the most recent information about the person in question.

These records contain basic personal information such as name, current address, birth date, gender, date of birth, social security number, known relatives and current occupation. Some also include bank accounts, criminal records, and civil cases filed against the individual. Some may also provide information on sexual offenses, aliases used by the person, places of employment, and financial activities. The details also include minor children of the offender.

Jail records in Indiana are usually publicly accessible. However, this is not always the case, especially with sensitive matters being disclosed. Indiana State Police, local police departments, and state law enforcement agencies maintain public records. However, these may be restricted or modified by specific laws and statutes. Jail records in Indiana can be requested from these agencies directly.