Ashtabula County Inmate Jail Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1450)Ashtabula County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Ashtabula County Jail25 West Jefferson StreetJeffersonOH44047440-576-3540
Ashtabula County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Ashtabula County Sheriffs Department / Ashtabula County Jail25 West Jefferson StreetJeffersonOH44047440-576-0055
Ashtabula County Youth Detention Center3816 Donahoe DriveAshtabulaOH44004440-992-3390
Lake Erie Correctional Institution501 Thompson RoadConneautOH44030440-599-4100
Ashtabula County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Ashtabula County Jail Records
Ashtabula County Sheriff's Office Website
Statistics
Jail Population Held for State Prison
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 10
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 7
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population 113
Female Pretrial Jail Population 21
Male Pretrial Jail Population 88
Total Jail Admissions 1,794
Total Jail Population 141
Female Jail Population 30
Male Jail Population 113
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 25
Latino Jail Population 3
Native Jail Population 2
White Jail Population 114
Total Prison Admissions 154
Female Prison Admissions 25
Male Prison Admissions 129
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 29
Latino Prison Admissions 8
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 120
Other Prison Admissions

Jail Records – How to Search Free Information

Jail Records in Ashland County Ohio

There are some places you can go to find jail records. Some of them are free, others are not. If you have a computer and an Internet connection, there are databases available that can turn out information about someone’s legal past. In Ashland County, you can find these online for a small fee.

In Ashland County, the county jail records are kept in a central statewide repository. This is the same place where you find marriage and divorce records. To get this information, you will have to visit the courthouse in your county and fill out an application for access to the electronic database of jail records.

The first thing you might want to consider is the cost involved. Yes, the cost is expensive. The cost is mostly because all of the information is public record. If you want to find out more detailed information about someone than it would probably be better to hire a private investigator to retrieve the information for you for a small fee. This option may not be available to everyone but it’s certainly worth checking out.

If you are looking for information about someone in jail, you’ll probably need to use the local jail records. Ashland County is fortunate in that many counties in Ohio have records of this type on their web sites. This makes it relatively easy to find the information you are looking for. However, there is still the chance that you may run into a brick wall. This is where the Internet comes into play.

There are several national background check sites on the Internet. Many of them have records available for free. You can do a national search to find jail records on the Internet. The only problem with this is that the data you get may be outdated. The information may also be incomplete.

It is easy to complete a background check online. You just give the name and state the person was born in. It will then give you any convictions the person may have had. It will also give you the county they lived in at the time. You can see if they had financial troubles, any arrests, or any other convictions. It’s a quick and easy way to find out the information you need.

If you are looking for more detailed information, you may want to go to a jail records lookup website. They have access to national databases that are more detailed than a simple state directory. You can find out someone’s criminal history, their inmate records, and any jail records in your state.

A quick search on Google will turn up hundreds of sites. Just make sure the site is reputable and has a good reputation. You can also try to contact the jail to see if they have the records. In most cases, if they don’t, you won’t have to pay to know them.