Middlesex County Massachusetts Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1995)Middlesex County Jails & Prisons
Middlesex County Cambridge Jail40 Thorndike StreetCambridgeMA02141617-494-4410
Middlesex County Jails & Prisons
Middlesex County House Of Correction269 Treble Cove RoadBillericaMA01862978-667-1711
Middlesex County Jail And House Of Correction269 Treble Cove RoadBillericaMA01862978-667-1711
South Middlesex Correctional Center135 Western AvenueFraminghamMA01701508-875-2883
Cambridge Jail40 Thorndike StreetCambridgeMA02141617-494-4410
Lowell Jail50 Arcand DriveLowellMA01852978-937-3200
Malden Jail200 Pleasant StreetMaldenMA02148617-376-6269
Massachusetts State Prison965 Elm StreetConcordMA01742978-405-6100
Mci - Concord965 Elm StreetConcordMA01742978-405-6100
Mci - Framingham99 Loring DriveFraminghamMA01702508-532-5100
Mci - Shirley1 Harvard RoadShirleyMA01464978-425-4341
Medford Jail100 Main StreetMedfordMA02155617-376-6269
Newton Jail1321 Washington StreetNewtonMA02465617-796-2100
Northeastern Correctional Institution1 Barretts Mill RoadConcordMA01742978-371-7941
Somerville Jail220 Washington StreetSomervilleMA02143617-625-1600
Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center1 Harvard RoadShirleyMA01464978-514-6500
Waltham Jail155 Lexington StreetWalthamMA02452781-314-3580
Middlesex County Sheriff Departments
Middlesex County Sheriff's Office400 Mystic AvenueSomervilleMA02145781-960-2800
Middlesex County Sheriffs Office - Cambridge271 Cambridge StreetCambridgeMA02141617-547-1171
Middlesex County Sheriffs Office - Framingham188 Concord StreetFraminghamMA01702508-872-3110
Middlesex County Sheriffs Office - Lowell321 Central StreetLowellMA01852978-452-3221
Middlesex Sheriff's Office400 Mystic AvenueSomervilleMA02145
Middlesex County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Middlesex Sheriff's Office Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail87
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies3
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population639
Female Pretrial Jail Population
Male Pretrial Jail Population475
Total Jail Admissions5,634
Total Jail Population1,183
Female Jail Population
Male Jail Population1,183
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population121
Latino Jail Population293
Native Jail Population5
White Jail Population625
Total Prison Population1,276
Female Prison Population76
Male Prison Population1,200
Total Prison Admissions380
Female Prison Admissions144
Male Prison Admissions236
Asian Prison Admissions10
Black Prison Admissions62
Latino Prison Admissions63
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions229
Other Prison Admissions16
Asian Prison Population56
Black Prison Population269
Latino Prison Population268
Native Prison Population7
White Prison Population668
Other Prison Population8

Jail Records in Middlesex County Massachusetts – Search and Access Performed Online

If you are searching for jail records in Middlesex County Massachusetts then you will need to know what you are searching for and how to go about it. When we say jail records we mean the records of a person who has been arrested or served time in jail for a crime. These records will reveal all jail time spent, names, dates of birth and addresses if ever released. It is vital that these types of public records are accessible. Without them the police, courts and the general public would not be able to tell any more detailed information about a person than they already do.

The best way to access these records is online. There are many companies that have websites that offer free services of this type. All you need to do is find one of those and fill out a simple application form. After a few minutes you will get your personal records. You can then print them off to have them on hand for whenever you need them.

Jail records are not just limited to being criminal records. They also include civil records such as traffic tickets, sexual offender records and more. Depending on the nature of your request you may need to fax through physical documentation or you may be required to submit sworn statements. It depends on the jurisdiction of the courthouse you are going to. In either case you will need to check with the clerk’s office to see what forms of proof they require.

Courthouses tend to restrict the number of free records they maintain. Therefore, if you want to access any of the above records you will probably have to pay a nominal fee. That is usually not too much of a problem because most counties provide a couple different options. The typical options are:

You can search by name or by location. If you are looking up someone in jail and the name you used is not available in the database you can use the location option. That will give you more detailed information about where the person is located. If you are trying to look up an address you will be able to search using the name, city and state, but the address search will not be complete.

Jail records are not something that everyone should concern themselves with. They are not meant to be used for emotional purposes. However, it is good to know who you are hiring as a nanny or au pair. You should always trust that person and do your best to protect them from any jail time.