Worcester County Massachusetts Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2000)Worcester County Jails & Prisons
Worcester County House Of Correction / Jail5 Paul X Tivnan DriveWest BoylstonMA01583508-854-1800
Worcester County Jails & Prisons
Worcester County Jail5 Paul X Tivnan DriveWest BoylstonMA01583508-854-1800
Worcester County Jail & House Of Correction5 Paul X Tivnan DriveWest BoylstonMA01583508-854-1800
Worcester Massachusetts Juvenile DetentionWallace AveFitchburgMA01420978-345-2111
Fmc Devens42 Patton RoadDevensMA01434978-796-1000
Leominster Prison41 Summer StreetLeominsterMA01453978-822-8318
North Central Correctional Institution500 Colony RoadGardnerMA01440978-630-6000
SpeCenterum Womens And Childrens Program154 Oak StreetWestboroughMA01581
Westboro Reception Unit / Secure Treatment Center288 Lyman StreetWestboroughMA01581
Worcester County Sheriff Department
Worcester County Sheriffs Office / Worcester County Jail And House Of Correction5 Paul X Tivnan DriveWest BoylstonMA01583508-854-1800
Worcester County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Worcester County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Worcester County Jail Records
Worcester County Sheriff's Office Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison4
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison3
Jail Population Held for State Jail20
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies22
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population550
Female Pretrial Jail Population
Male Pretrial Jail Population593
Total Jail Admissions4,231
Total Jail Population1,087
Female Jail Population171
Male Jail Population1,056
Asian Jail Population14
Black Jail Population155
Latino Jail Population309
Native Jail Population3
White Jail Population532
Total Prison Population918
Female Prison Population29
Male Prison Population889
Total Prison Admissions262
Female Prison Admissions15
Male Prison Admissions247
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions45
Latino Prison Admissions91
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions123
Other Prison Admissions3
Asian Prison Population7
Black Prison Population162
Latino Prison Population279
Native Prison Population8
White Prison Population456
Other Prison Population6

Jail Records Search

There is a good reason why your local jail in Worcester County does not have online access to its public jail records. The First Judicial Circuit of Massachusetts has a policy that protects the privacy rights of individuals. As a result, state and local law enforcement agencies are not allowed to make public information available to individuals who do not belong to them. Except in limited circumstances. For example, law enforcement agencies are required by law to release the names of people who were arrested for sex crimes.

Under state law, the phrase “public record” means any information that is made available to the public. It does not include data that was disclosed by a person’s admission of guilt or the reporting of a crime. Some courts have interpreted the law to mean that other types of data, such as a person’s Social Security number, is not public domain, but may be disclosed if there is compelling reason to do so.

Some cities, such as Boston, are able to publish electronic versions of public court documents free of charge to the public. If you want to access the jail records of someone in Worcester County, however, you will probably need to hire a private detective or a lawyer to get the information. State and local police departments typically have no information regarding a person’s criminal history. Jail records in New York City can be requested from the New York State Police; the same holds true for the courts in juvenile delinquency cases and for felonies and other violations of the penal code.

There are several different ways that an individual can access jail records. You can call the courthouse where the case was filed, and ask them to make you access the jail records of the person you are searching for. Often, this will entail mailing a request, which is often necessary because of the length of time it takes for files to be compiled. In some instances, the request may simply be left on the courthouse’s doorsteps.

Another method of getting the information you want is to go online. There are many sites on the internet today that offer free access to public jail records. Some websites allow you to perform a search for free, while others may require a small fee. The information provided is not always complete, as it does not include every entry on the jail records database. You should be prepared to answer a number of personal questions, and it is important to remember that these sites are not associated with any government agency.

If you have decided to access the jail records of an individual in question, you can do so at any time of the day or night. No matter what way you choose to search for the information, it is important to be as accurate as possible. Using inaccurate data can yield inaccurate results. The accuracy of the information is determined by how well the data has been compiled and whether it has been entered accurately.