Carlisle County Kentucky Inmate Jail Records

Search For Inmates

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(482)Carlisle County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Carlisle County Jail40 Tank StBardwellKY42023270-628-3724
Carlisle County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Carlisle County Sheriff's Office515 Highway 51BardwellKY42023270-628-3377
Carlisle County Sheriffs Office985 U.s. 62BardwellKY42023270-628-3377
Carlisle County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Carlisle County Jail Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison142
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail4
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies1
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population7
Female Pretrial Jail Population1
Male Pretrial Jail Population3
Total Jail Admissions589
Total Jail Population135
Female Jail Population16
Male Jail Population129
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population42
Latino Jail Population2
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population100
Total Prison Population29
Female Prison Population4
Male Prison Population25
Total Prison Admissions19
Female Prison Admissions
Male Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions19
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population28
Other Prison Population1

Is There a Free Way to Find Out Jail Records in Kentucky?

A lot of people are confused about jail records and all that they mean. It seems like these laws and judicial records are always different, but they’re not. In fact, there are some cases where someone can have both. That is because, while the law doesn’t specifically say one cannot have both at the same time, it usually just says that if you have two or more prior felonies, you cannot be considered for a position that requires a security clearance. This is considered to be a felony and, therefore, you cannot be a judge, jury, police officer, state trooper, or any other officer who works in the same court system as you.

In most cases, the only time a person can get jail records in Kentucky is when they are involved in a crime. If you were arrested for something, your case would need to go to court in order to get your jail records recorded. This means you’d have to wait around in jail while the court records were transcribed for the documents needed by the court. If this does happen, though, it’s generally for a low amount of time – about a week – so it’s not a huge issue.

One of the reasons people may be confused by jail records in Kentucky is because they are sometimes confused with a sex offender record. Yes, these are separate from the jail records that a person may have. However, one notable difference is that a sex offender record is considered to be public information. The jail records are not, so one should take care not to give out their personal information when applying for any type of legal service, loan, or job.

There are a few things to keep in mind when looking for and getting jail records in Kentucky. First of all, there is the possibility that the records could be tampered with. You never really know what people have been up to unless you know them well enough. It’s always best to use a reputable company and one that has a good reputation in the industry. That way, you know that whatever you’re getting is a professionally created document.

Another concern with jail records in Kentucky is that, due to the Freedom of Information Act, many of the government agencies that keep these records have very little information about them. So, if you get a request for information and it requires fees to be submitted, you may not even get the information that you want. So, in some cases, it may be free jail records in Kentucky but it may be worth paying a small fee to get the information you need. Some sites also offer a free search feature. This means that if you know the person’s name and where they live, you can run a quick search for that information from their website and find out if they have ever been convicted of a crime.

These days, it’s hard to trust anyone. Even though we see websites that say they will give you free information. We don’t know if those sites are actually free or are just scam sites using “free” to get your information. The best way to protect yourself and your family is to make sure that all of the people living in your area have criminal records checked out before letting them move into your neighborhood. Jail records are definitely one of those things you need to check before letting them near your kids.