|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(486)Christian County Inmate & Jail Records Offices|
|Christian County Jail / Restricted Custody Center||410 West 7th Street||Hopkinsville||KY||42240||270-887-4152|
|Christian County Inmate & Jail Records Offices|
|Christian County Sheriffs Office||216 West 7th Street||Hopkinsville||KY||42240||270-887-4143|
|Trigg County Jail||410 West 7th Street||Hopkinsville||KY||42240||270-522-6951|
|Christian County Inmate & Jail Records Databases|
|Christian County Detention Center Inmate Search|
|Christian County Detention Center Inmate Search (Kentucky)|
|Christian County Jail Records|
|Christian County Jail Website|
|Jail Population Held for State Prison||266|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison||15|
|Jail Population Held for State Jail||217|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail||2|
|Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies||2|
|Jail Population Held for ICE||–|
|Pretrial Jail Population||269|
|Female Pretrial Jail Population||18|
|Male Pretrial Jail Population||211|
|Total Jail Admissions||7,518|
|Total Jail Population||623|
|Female Jail Population||68|
|Male Jail Population||555|
|Asian Jail Population||–|
|Black Jail Population||242|
|Latino Jail Population||15|
|Native Jail Population||–|
|White Jail Population||366|
|Total Prison Population||371|
|Female Prison Population||25|
|Male Prison Population||346|
|Total Prison Admissions||262|
|Female Prison Admissions||27|
|Male Prison Admissions||235|
|Asian Prison Admissions||–|
|Black Prison Admissions||137|
|Latino Prison Admissions||4|
|Native Prison Admissions||–|
|White Prison Admissions||120|
|Other Prison Admissions||1|
|Asian Prison Population||–|
|Black Prison Population||210|
|Latino Prison Population||6|
|Native Prison Population||–|
|White Prison Population||151|
|Other Prison Population||4|
Free Searches For Jail Records, Where Else Can You Find These?
If you need to obtain jail records in Kentucky then the best place to start your search is online. There are many places online that claim to have free access to jail records, but as soon as you try and enter one of these sites they immediately tell you to pay before being given any information. So why pay for a site that will give you nothing in return? It’s really quite simple if you know where to look!
The fastest and easiest way to get jail records in Kentucky is to use an online search engine like Yahoo or Google. All you do is type in the persons’ name and presto! You will be presented with a list of links to view. One thing you will notice here is there will be quite a few sites that say they have free access to the jail public records. As soon as you click on these sites you are taken to a page that says you need to pay before accessing the public record.
You could spend hours trying to locate the information you are after, all in vain. And we all know time is money! Another reason for the site not being free is because most of the time they are paid websites and they have to pay to get the information right. So why would they offer you this information for free?
Public records are basically a list of facts which someone was convicted of in a court of law. This information is freely available to anyone who requests it and the only thing that stops them is whether or not the person you are requesting the information from lives in Kentucky or Louisiana. If they do then it is a simple matter to get the information.
Free searches for jail records in Kentucky and anywhere else do not exist. So how do you find this information for free? It’s simple, go to a public records website and do a search. Most of these websites have millions of different public records on file. And all you have to do is type in the person’s name and current address and see what comes up. Most sites will also give you information on neighbors and family members and things of that nature.
So there you have it. Jail records, public information on someone that you may not know. No questions asked. Go check out your local county courthouse and county jail in Kentucky or wherever you may live. I know, it’s easy just say hello.