Hampton County Inmate Jail Records

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1248)Hampton County Jails & Prisons
Hampton County Jail409 Cemetery RoadVarnvilleSC29944803-914-2222
Hampton County Jails & Prisons
Hampton County Jail & Detention Center409 Cemetery RdVarnvilleSC29944803-914-2223
Estill County Jail610 Railroad Ave SEEstillSC29918803-625-4607
Fci Estill100 Prison RoadEstillSC29918803-625-4607
Hampton County Sheriff Departments
Hampton County JailCemetery RoadVarnvilleSC29944803-914-2200
Hampton County Sheriffs Office411 Cemetery RoadVarnvilleSC29944803-914-2200
Hampton County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Hampton County Jail Records
Statistics
Jail Population Held for State Prison
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 2
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population 32
Female Pretrial Jail Population 6
Male Pretrial Jail Population 41
Total Jail Admissions 1,099
Total Jail Population 36
Female Jail Population 4
Male Jail Population 34
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 29
Latino Jail Population
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population 9
Total Prison Population 78
Female Prison Population 5
Male Prison Population 73
Total Prison Admissions 21
Female Prison Admissions
Male Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 16
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 5
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population 64
Latino Prison Population
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population 14
Other Prison Population

Free Public Jail Records

If you’re looking to do a search for jail records in Hampton County South Carolina, you won’t find it easy to do. While public information is available via the courts and criminal records departments of each county, they are rarely available online. This is because of the security concerns that come with putting online data online. Additionally, there is currently no centralized system to maintain and update this information across all counties.

Instead, if you want the most up-to-date information for jail records in Hampton, you’ll have to go searching manually. For starters, you will need to go to the courthouse in the county you’re interested in to find out if the docket information is available online or not. Many times, you will find out that the dockets are simply not accessible online. This information does exist though, so you will need to call each courthouse separately to find out if they have the records you’re after.

After you’ve confirmed that the docket information is available online, the next step is to find a company that offers these records as a database. This can be quite difficult since many companies offer the same basic information and do the same basic search. You’ll want a company that specializes in jail records and has the resources to search through state and county records to find what you’re looking for.

You will pay a fee to use this type of search service. Usually, the fee is based on the number of jail records you wish to access, which can range from limited searches for a single person to unlimited searches for an entire year. It’s best to choose a reputable company that charges a reasonable fee that gives you good value for your money. Additionally, the fee should allow you to conduct as many searches as you’d like for a one-time fee. In other words, if you want to search for jail records a second time in a year, you shouldn’t pay an additional fee.

Jail records are not normally available to the general public. Therefore, you must first go to the website of the county where the conviction occurred in order to gain access to public jail records. Most states require that you go through a legal agency in order to gain access to this type of public information. Most legal agencies charge a nominal fee for processing your request. If you choose to go through a private search service, it is important that you make sure the provider you choose complies with state and federal privacy laws in order to make sure that your information is protected.

There are two options available to you: pay a fee and get instant access or join a pay as you search program. Since most states only release limited jail records to the public under the Freedom of Information Act, and since most people want to know if someone has been convicted of a crime, most law enforcement agencies are happy to charge a nominal fee for the privilege of conducting a public record search. For those who are interested in obtaining extensive information on someone who has been in jail, this option is usually the best one. Jail records are considered to be public record, so anyone over the age of 18 can access them for a small fee.