Fayette County Kentucky Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(605)Fayette County Jails & Prisons
Fayette County Detention Center600 Old Frankfort CircleLexingtonKY40510859-425-2617
Fayette County Jails & Prisons
Fayette Regional Juvenile Detention Center3475 Spurr RoadLexingtonKY40511859-246-2806
Blackburn Correctional Complex3111 Spurr RoadLexingtonKY40511859-246-2366
Fmc Lexington3301 Leestown RoadLexingtonKY40511859-255-6812
Lexington Jail600 Old Frankfort CircleLexingtonKY40510859-425-2700
Fayette County Sheriff Department
Fayette County Sheriffs Department150 North LimestoneLexingtonKY40507859-252-1771
Fayette County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
City of Lexington Division of Community Corrections Inmate Search
Fayette County Jail Records
Fayette County Sheriff's Office Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison 200
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 55
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail 10
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 230
Jail Population Held for ICE 75
Pretrial Jail Population 840
Female Pretrial Jail Population 75
Male Pretrial Jail Population 433
Total Jail Admissions 17,366
Total Jail Population 1,200
Female Jail Population 270
Male Jail Population 920
Asian Jail Population 5
Black Jail Population 485
Latino Jail Population 200
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population 500
Total Prison Population 1,311
Female Prison Population 98
Male Prison Population 1,213
Total Prison Admissions 960
Female Prison Admissions 118
Male Prison Admissions 842
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 403
Latino Prison Admissions 16
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 524
Other Prison Admissions 17
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population 607
Latino Prison Population 35
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population 644
Other Prison Population 25

Jail Records Are Public Information

Fayette County, Kentucky has a rich tradition of protecting the public from sex offenders. It is a felony punishable by fifteen years imprisonment for sex crimes and by life imprisonment for other offenses. As an employer, you must be very careful to ensure that your employees are neither convicted nor are a danger to the community. For this reason, it is important to perform a thorough background check on all new hires.

One of the best sources for a free, no obligation criminal background check is the local courthouse where the person was arrested. However, this information is considered public record and can be freely obtained by any member of the public who requests the records. If the person you are checking on has lived in another county or state before, he may not be considered a convicted criminal. There may be other ways to find out this information. If you have reason to believe that the person may be a danger to you or others, you should contact your local law enforcement agency.

Most counties offer the ability to do a free criminal background check online. You can usually find these records easily through the courthouses in the area. There is also a wide variety of websites that allow you to perform your search from your own home. These services often charge a minimal fee for the criminal records search.

If you do not know the name or address of the person in question, you may want to use the web to do a free criminal search. A simple Google search will pull up links to the different court houses where the person may have committed a crime. However, if you have information about the person such as his social security number or date of birth, you may be able to get more detailed jail records. Some of these websites will even provide you with the persons criminal history.

If you have reason to believe that the person you are checking on is a sex offender, you should contact your local law enforcement agency. Many states require that you inform them about any new additions to your household. Also, some of the departments of corrections maintain jail records which are easier to access then public jail records.

Jail records are considered public information. Thus, you should avoid publishing or disseminating the information for it to be useful to the general public. You can use it for a personal or for business purposes. It is however important to keep in mind that publishing these records to the wrong person can lead to legal problems for you.

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