Suffolk County Massachusetts Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1999)Suffolk County Jails & Prisons
Suffolk County House Of Correction & Jail20 Bradston StreetBostonMA02118617-635-1000
Suffolk County Jails & Prisons
Suffolk County Jail At Nashua Street200 Nashua StreetBostonMA02114617-635-1100
Boston Police Department Headquarters1 Schroeder PlazaBostonMA02120
Boston Pre-Release Center430 Canterbury StreetBostonMA02131617-822-5000
Dorchester Prison516 Warren StreetBostonMA02121617-427-2522
Elliot Hillside Detention Center1542 Columbus AvenueBostonMA02119
Judge John Connelly Youth Center450 Canterbury StreetBostonMA02131617-474-8101
Lemuel Shattuck Hospital Correctional Unit180 Morton StreetBostonMA02130617-522-7585
South Bay House Of Correction20 Bradston StreetBostonMA02118617-635-1000
SpeCenterum Girls Detention Center425 Harvard StreetBostonMA02124
Suffolk County Sheriff Departments
Suffolk County House Of Correction20 Bradston StreetBostonMA02118617-635-1000
Suffolk County Sheriff's Office20 Bradston StreetBostonMA02118617-635-1000
Suffolk County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Suffolk County Sheriff's Department Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison5
Jail Population Held for State Jail10
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies323
Jail Population Held for ICE323
Pretrial Jail Population1,038
Female Pretrial Jail Population78
Male Pretrial Jail Population904
Total Jail Admissions10,958
Total Jail Population1,497
Female Jail Population114
Male Jail Population1,476
Asian Jail Population25
Black Jail Population693
Latino Jail Population527
Native Jail Population4
White Jail Population330
Total Prison Population1,644
Female Prison Population43
Male Prison Population1,601
Total Prison Admissions311
Female Prison Admissions11
Male Prison Admissions300
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions160
Latino Prison Admissions96
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions54
Other Prison Admissions1
Asian Prison Population19
Black Prison Population917
Latino Prison Population392
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population301
Other Prison Population15

Jail Records – How to Search For Them

In Massachusetts, jail records are public and can be obtained by any person who needs to do a background check on someone. It is also legal to obtain jail records through the Freedom of Information Act. Although you can go to your local police station or the clerk’s office to search for jail records in Suffolk County, the easiest and quickest way to obtain these records would be through online searches. You will be able to get access to thousands of public records databases, which are very convenient and fast.

Search services are available for free and charge a small fee for unlimited searches. There are many reasons why a person would want to conduct a public record search. Employers regularly check applicant’s backgrounds to ensure they are honest and would not commit any crime. Real estate agents, parents hiring a nanny, and anyone with questions about a potential hire’s past can use these searches to determine if the applicant has any criminal record.

There are many online sites that offer database search services for jail records. These websites can help you locate any person’s public records and determine if they have a criminal history. Some sites require a small fee to retrieve the information. However, it is worth the small fee because it will only take you a few minutes of your time and you will get the information you need. Besides looking for jail records, public record searches can also be used to find civil cases and birth, marriage, death and divorce records.

Jail records are different than public records in many ways. While these records are readily available, they are not always complete or up to date. Jail records are kept in custody by the state and are often updated or modified. This means that the date you searched for the information could be six months old or even years old.

There are several reasons why people would want to search for this type of information. Employers often run criminal background checks before hiring someone. Real estate agents may perform background searches before listing a property. Parents may perform a search on nannies or babysitters to be sure that they know the person or children will be in their home. And of course, anyone who is concerned about the past of someone else can use a jail search to see if they have a history of crime.

Jail records are considered to be public record and are available to the general public. You can perform a jail records search online to find jail records that are up to date and accurate. Some sites require a small fee for this service. Before you choose a site, check to see if they offer a free trial to see if they have what you are looking for. You may want to see if the search is free first to find out if it is accurate.