|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1772)Perry County Inmate & Jail Records Offices|
|Perry County Prison||121 West Brown Street||New Lexington||OH||43764||740-342-4123|
|Perry County Inmate & Jail Records Offices|
|Perry County Sheriffs Office||110 West Brown Street||New Lexington||OH||43764||740-342-4123|
|Perry Multi County Juvenile Facility||1625 Commerce Drive||New Lexington||OH||43764||740-342-9700|
|Zanesville City Jail||332 Zanesville Road||Roseville||OH||43777||740-455-0711|
|Perry County Inmate & Jail Records Databases|
|Perry County Inmate Search & Jail Roster|
|Perry County Jail Records|
|Jail Population Held for State Prison||5|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison||–|
|Jail Population Held for State Jail||1|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail||–|
|Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies||–|
|Jail Population Held for ICE||–|
|Pretrial Jail Population||27|
|Female Pretrial Jail Population||3|
|Male Pretrial Jail Population||26|
|Total Jail Admissions||940|
|Total Jail Population||43|
|Female Jail Population||8|
|Male Jail Population||35|
|Asian Jail Population||–|
|Black Jail Population||2|
|Latino Jail Population||–|
|Native Jail Population||–|
|White Jail Population||41|
|Total Prison Admissions||61|
|Female Prison Admissions||13|
|Male Prison Admissions||48|
|Asian Prison Admissions||–|
|Black Prison Admissions||–|
|Latino Prison Admissions||–|
|Native Prison Admissions||–|
|White Prison Admissions||59|
|Other Prison Admissions||3|
Jail Records Are Now Easy to Find Online
You may want to check up on the jail records of someone you care about. Perhaps your child is dating someone from jail, or maybe you want to make sure that a person whom you work with every day is really who they say they are. Whatever your reasons, you now have the ability to get access to public records that had previously been hidden from you. Jail records are now available for public viewing and searching.
Access to these records has been made incredibly easy with the growth of the Internet and databases online. Previously, if you wanted to access criminal records of an individual, you had to either go down to the local courthouse and fill out an application to gain access to their records, or hire a private investigator. This was extremely expensive and often did not give you the information you need. In the case of hiring an investigator, you would have to pay them immediately to get the report. The results were often conflicting.
For example, if you wanted to look up if someone was in jail because of criminal activity, you would have to contact the jail and go through the booking records. This might include more than just the criminal activity. Many times, there will also be some information on previous jail time, any infractions, any sex offenses, and any other things that could show if the person was being negligent with their jail sentence. However, if this information is not available online for free, then it is not likely that you would find it for free.
To avoid all of this hassle, many counties throughout the state are making their criminal records database freely available to the public online. These online databases are made by many different states throughout the nation. When this database goes online, it can be downloaded in a matter of minutes. Once you have the information that you are looking for, you can then go about searching for the person’s name, using a search engine such as Google, MSN, or Yahoo.
There is a great deal of information that you can uncover about a person when you obtain their jail record online. For instance, many times, you will see information such as previous addresses, aliases, phone numbers, aliases, marriage licenses, parole information, and all sorts of criminal activity. You may even find traffic violations, if the person has gotten multiple tickets while they were incarcerated. And, the list doesn’t end there.
Of course, this information comes with a price. Although it is free, if you try to use a search engine, you will most likely be directed to a site that offers these records for free. Because of the legal issues involved with jail records, the government does not make them publicly available, so the sites that offer this information must purchase the information from the jail or state and then put it online for the public to access. However, this is often a very simple process, and can be done by simply typing in the person’s name, and then doing a simple search. In fact, this is why it is so popular to use a reverse lookup for jail records – because you can get instant access, right on your computer screen!