Clay County Missouri Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2307)Clay County Jails & Prisons
Clay County Detention Center14 South Water StreetLibertyMO64068816-407-3800
Clay County Jails & Prisons
Clay County Juvenile Justice351 East Kansas StreetLibertyMO64068816-736-8400
Northwest Regional Youth Center4901 Northeast Barry RoadKansasMO64156816-437-3656
Platte County Juvenile Detention351 East Kansas StreetLibertyMO64068816-736-8400
R. Kenneth Elliot Children's Justice Center351 East Kansas StreetLibertyMO64068816-736-8400
Watkins Mill Park Camp25610 Park Rd NLawsonMO64062816-781-8786
Clay County Sheriff Department
Clay County Sheriffs Department12 South Water StreetLibertyMO64068816-407-3750
Clay County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Clay County Jail Records
Clay County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search
Jail Population Held for State Prison10
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison2
Jail Population Held for State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies7
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population250
Female Pretrial Jail Population23
Male Pretrial Jail Population209
Total Jail Admissions5,944
Total Jail Population359
Female Jail Population55
Male Jail Population265
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population68
Latino Jail Population2
Native Jail Population1
White Jail Population248
Total Prison Population761
Female Prison Population75
Male Prison Population686
Total Prison Admissions576
Female Prison Admissions103
Male Prison Admissions473
Asian Prison Admissions4
Black Prison Admissions74
Latino Prison Admissions22
Native Prison Admissions4
White Prison Admissions472
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population153
Latino Prison Population31
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population571
Other Prison Population6

Jail Records Search – Learn Where to Get Them

Missouri State Highway Patrol is the local law enforcement agency for Clay County and its suburbs. These documents are basically related to arrests, convictions, warrants of arrest or criminal charges, and other data regarding criminal history of the people living in the area. These records are considered public domain and are made available for public access. However, the state and local government have certain restrictions when it comes to getting these records, some of which can be found on the website of the Department of Health and Senior Services. The Missouri State Highway Patrol has a web site called ” Crimesider” where you can search for information regarding jail records.

The ” Crimesider” interface allows you to search the records database for various types of data. You can search for person’s name, address, record number, case summary, offense description, charges, conviction record, location of arrest, year of birth, and other data. The interface allows you to narrow your search criteria so that you only get results that satisfy your criteria. This makes data search quite easy since you only need to enter a few bits of information in order to narrow down your search.

Missouri State Highway Patrol has compiled a large amount of information on jail records. On their web site, you can find a complete list of all jail records in the state of Missouri. Missouri jail records include data such as the personal particulars of the accused, date of arrest, date of birth, crime description, offense number, case number, status on parole/ probation, name of employer, other addresses, and phone number. Although the details are usually accurate, it is recommended that you should obtain more information on an individual in order to verify these details. This can be done through various sources such as the attorney general, court, or police department.

In addition to this, the ” Crimesider” website also provides links to a couple of other web sites that are useful for people who need jail records in Missouri. These include “MLS jail records” and “Public Records Pro”. They also have a “Jail Watch” link where people can locate and download information on any person who is being held in jail.

However, before you get any jail records in Missouri, you should first know what information is being provided. In particular, you should not give out personal information such as Social Security numbers. Instead, you should give information that is deemed confidential or private. Only government agencies are allowed to access such information for the purpose of conducting a criminal background check or finding out if an individual is guilty of any crime.

Jail records are considered public information so it is possible for the general public to access them. Although the state of Missouri may make some restrictions on how these records can be accessed, such as whether the person has been convicted of a crime, or has filed a motion to suppress the charges against them, other states do not have such restrictions. The information provided in jail records includes arrests and criminal convictions; any aliases the individual uses; court records including judgments, acquittals or dismissals; sex offenses; any prison term served; driving convictions; any drug abuse conviction; and any past juvenile record.