Union County Inmate Jail Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1817)Union County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Union County Jail & Sheriff221 West 5th StreetMarysvilleOH43040937-645-4102
Union County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Union County Sheriffs Office221 West 5th StreetMarysvilleOH43040937-645-4100
Central Ohio Youth Center18100 Ohio 4MarysvilleOH43040937-642-1015
Ohio Reformatory For Women1479 Collins AvenueMarysvilleOH43040937-642-1065
West Central Community Correctional Facility18200 Ohio 4MarysvilleOH43040937-644-2838
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Union County Jail Records
Statistics
Jail Population Held for State Prison 1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 7
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail 1
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 1
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population 63
Female Pretrial Jail Population 4
Male Pretrial Jail Population 17
Total Jail Admissions 1,718
Total Jail Population 58
Female Jail Population 16
Male Jail Population 61
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 2
Latino Jail Population 2
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population 74
Total Prison Admissions 45
Female Prison Admissions 14
Male Prison Admissions 31
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 52
Other Prison Admissions 5

Jail Records Searches – How to Perform a Jail Records Search Online

Jail Records in Union County Ohio

Ohio State University has just put out a public records search engine for individuals wanting to locate persons who have been arrested and/or convicted of crimes. The Union County Record Board has yet to accept this plan. Although the board did not specifically say that it would not adopt the system, it is not expected that it will do so anytime soon. You may wish to review this information prior to taking any action.

Why is this such an issue? Well, one would think that everyone already has access to the same information. Well, not exactly. Many individuals work with one or more companies that compile information for clients on a pay-per-search basis. These databases consist of all sorts of public records and mug shot files, to name a few. If someone were to search for information about a person that was arrested for a sex offense, for example, he or she would probably be provided with a bunch of irrelevant information.

When the information is available to the general public, it becomes easy for wrong doers to go about their personal agenda. For example, a person who is interested in sexually abusing a minor will likely use this opportunity to begin contacting the little girl over the internet and grooming her for eventual “affairs”. In addition, he or she may use the information to track down a family member or an old friend.

Therefore, having access to this information is very important. By simply using a search program, one can pull up all sorts of details about a person’s court record, including jail records. This is a legal right given to every person. However, this does not mean that you can just sit in front of your computer and start searching millions of different people.

What happens when you conduct a jail records check? Once you find what you are looking for, you are typically required to pay a fee before you get the information that you want. So, how do you go about paying for jail records? You could use a credit card or a bill payment system. You may also want to mail a check if you cannot afford to pay the fees.

Regardless of how you obtain the records, you must be careful to avoid any sites that are scams. In particular, you should never pay any money for records. Never give out personal information such as Social Security numbers or date of birth. Also, you should never give out email addresses or mailing addresses. While many of these types of sites advertise that they are free, you run the risk of identity theft if you become a victim of identity fraud.