Brunswick County North Carolina Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1498)Brunswick County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Brunswick County Detention Center70 Stamp Act Drive NortheastBoliviaNC28422910-253-2760
Brunswick County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Brunswick County Sheriffs Department / Brunswick County Jail70 Stamp Act Drive NortheastBoliviaNC28422910-253-2777
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Jail Population Held for State Prison9
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail264
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail6
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies51
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population292
Female Pretrial Jail Population20
Male Pretrial Jail Population183
Total Jail Admissions7,656
Total Jail Population302
Female Jail Population54
Male Jail Population270
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population106
Latino Jail Population14
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population204
Total Prison Population339
Female Prison Population23
Male Prison Population316
Total Prison Admissions222
Female Prison Admissions25
Male Prison Admissions197
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions76
Latino Prison Admissions8
Native Prison Admissions4
White Prison Admissions134
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population105
Latino Prison Population17
Native Prison Population8
White Prison Population209
Other Prison Population

How to Search For Jail Records

Searching for Jail Records in Brunswick County North Carolina is the next best thing to being there when your loved one has been arrested or was convicted. Jail records give an account of a person’s activities in jail, including when and where they were arrested and on what charges. In many cases, this is public information. However, in others it is not. Depending on the county or state where the arrest or conviction took place, you may be able to access these records. In some cases, a criminal justice agency that handles inmate records may have access to these records as well.

If you want to perform a jail records lookup, then there are many ways to go about it. The first option is to look online. There are several online companies that offer this service and have large databases that can readily be searched by individuals. These companies tend to be highly specialized in this area and are therefore able to provide fast and accurate results.

Another option is to contact the local sheriff’s office. In some counties, they do provide this kind of information. In most counties, however, it will not be available unless you go through the booking agency directly. This can take quite a bit of time and effort, especially if you are searching for an individual in light of the fact that there may be multiple people in the system at the same time.

If neither of these options is suitable, then the easiest way to get jail records is through the local circuit court. These courthouses hold all court files for that particular county. In some instances, there may also be online access to these files. To access these files, you will need to either fill out an application with the clerk’s office or bring a printed copy. Most courthouses have a website now that allows you to download court documents electronically, but sometimes you may still need to fax or mail in the file.

Another option is to use an online criminal justice database. There are numerous databases online that allow you to perform a search through their large database. You simply enter the person’s name and current city and state and you will be provided with all sorts of records on that person. Although this method may be a little more convenient, it does not necessarily offer you all the information that you may need.

If none of these methods work, then your last option is to pay a private detective to find the jail records for you. Although this can be a little pricey, it can be worth it in the long run. Private detectives typically have access to national databases so it shouldn’t be too difficult to obtain the jail records you want. The downside, of course, is that you will probably have to hire someone to perform the search for you.