Greenville County South Carolina Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1246)Greenville County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Greenville County Detention Center20 McGee StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-467-2309
Greenville County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Greenville County Juvenile Detention Center218 Henrietta StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-467-2330
Greenville County Sheriffs Office4 McGee StreetGreenvilleSC29601864-271-5210
Perry Correctional Institution430 Oaklawn RoadPelzerSC29669864-243-4700
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Jail Population Held for State Prison1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison1
Jail Population Held for State Jail31
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail13
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies14
Jail Population Held for ICE1
Pretrial Jail Population527
Female Pretrial Jail Population117
Male Pretrial Jail Population788
Total Jail Admissions20,931
Total Jail Population1,380
Female Jail Population244
Male Jail Population1,160
Asian Jail Population1
Black Jail Population581
Latino Jail Population59
Native Jail Population3
White Jail Population744
Total Prison Population2,005
Female Prison Population138
Male Prison Population1,867
Total Prison Admissions869
Female Prison Admissions113
Male Prison Admissions756
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions388
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions440
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population1,096
Latino Prison Population62
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population810
Other Prison Population36

Jail Records – How To Search For Jail Records

The public are usually entitled to free criminal records, arrest warrants and other relevant information about a person under the state law called ‘Racial Justice’. However, most people will not know where to look for these data bases. There are many local, state and federal agencies which maintain criminal databases on arrests and criminal files. But most people do not know how to access these databases. Some may just pay to get access to such data bases that may be costly depending on the nature of crime committed.

Most people are unaware that they can do their own background check on someone. They can make use of different online services that offer to give them access to hundreds of millions of government and public records database. They can carry out an extensive search on someone including jail records and criminal records. These services come at a cost of some bucks, but the price is worth paying to keep yourself and your family safe from any harm. In the US alone, about 9 million people have been reported to be behind bars and most of them are either convicted or are serving time in jail.

If you want to find out about someone, you can simply do an online jail records search. This will give you relevant data regarding jail records, trial dates, date of incarceration, charges, violations and other data that could be helpful in your investigation. Some of these websites even offer free services, but only to a limited extent. If you want comprehensive results, then you need to cough up a few bucks to pay for the membership fee.

Aside from carrying out your own criminal records search, it would also be helpful to take advantage of the official criminal records of another person as well. This is useful if you have just started dating someone and want to make sure that they are who they say they are. You can also look into the background of a potential employee by checking criminal records of the place you plan to keep the job.

There are a number of ways in which you can access the public criminal records of a certain person. One method would be to go to the local court house or the county office where the offense was registered. In most cases, you may be required to contact the person directly and ask permission to conduct the search. Another option is to use the data available on websites and search online. Data can be retrieved from the various state databases and from federal and international criminal records websites as well.

When conducting your search, make sure you use reliable websites that only require minimal fees for your jail records and criminal records lookup. This will ensure that your search is as precise and authentic as possible. The best websites would also offer you a money back guarantee if the data provided were outdated or inaccurate. Most of the time, jail records are readily available on the Internet, but there are instances when a court may seal the records or the person responsible for the crime may have moved away. However, you can always perform your search through the aforementioned methods as long as you have the person’s name, social security number and other pertinent information.