Texas County Oklahoma Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1660)Texas County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Texas County Jail1102 South Ellison StreetGuymonOK73942580-338-3520
Texas County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Texas County Juvenile Detention Center502 S Field StHookerOK73945580-652-2933
Texas County Sheriffs Office / Texas County Jail1102 South Ellison StreetGuymonOK73942580-338-4000
Texas County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Texas County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Jail Population Held for State Prison57
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies3
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population35
Female Pretrial Jail Population9
Male Pretrial Jail Population25
Total Jail Admissions939
Total Jail Population61
Female Jail Population11
Male Jail Population50
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population9
Latino Jail Population30
Native Jail Population2
White Jail Population19

Jail Records – Where to Obtain Them

Texas county court records are considered public information in Texas under the state’s Public Information Act. If you have a reason to need access to this information, you must first obtain an application from the Texas State Information Office (SIO). If you are requesting a record of someone else, the process is different. This article will cover the process for requesting jail records in Oklahoma.

To begin, you may want to check your local library and see if they have any public records that are related to jail records in Oklahoma. Many public libraries have free resources available for anyone to view. If they do not have the records you are looking for, most likely your search will come to a quick end. However, they do keep other public records, which are very interesting and useful. You should consider visiting your local public library more than once to check out various public records.

If you are looking for jail records that are nationwide, then the best place to start your search is the World Wide Web. Simply enter the person’s name into Google and see what comes up. There are national databases to search as well, however you need to make sure that the information regarding the person is correct before using the free services on the web.

Using a paid service on the web has many advantages. The first advantage is the price. Using a paid service allows you to get unlimited access to the information you are seeking. You are not limited to one search per week or per month; however, the fee is extremely reasonable when compared with what you would pay if you were to use a public record database.

There are some requirements necessary to be able to access jail records. Most services allow you to search free and do not require you to pay for the results. However, some services do require you to pay a nominal fee for some of the information. If you are an employer does not want to have access to the personal information of an employee, then this type of service is an excellent alternative.

Jail records are public information so anyone can obtain them. Anyone can get the jail records as long as they know how and where to find them. The information contained in these records is more than simply the name of the person in jail. They include the crime the person was arrested for, their birth date, any previous addresses, the court that they were convicted in, and much more.