Horry County South Carolina Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1249)Horry County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Horry County Jail & Detention Center4150 J Reuben Long AvenueConwaySC29526843-915-5140
Horry County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Horry County Sheriffs Office1301 2nd AvenueConwaySC29526843-915-5450
J. Reuben Long Detention Center4150 J Reuben Long AvenueConwaySC29526843-915-5140
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Jail Population Held for State Prison3
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison3
Jail Population Held for State Jail12
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail7
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies20
Jail Population Held for ICE11
Pretrial Jail Population564
Female Pretrial Jail Population71
Male Pretrial Jail Population510
Total Jail Admissions11,411
Total Jail Population616
Female Jail Population101
Male Jail Population529
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population233
Latino Jail Population11
Native Jail Population1
White Jail Population385
Total Prison Population1,292
Female Prison Population102
Male Prison Population1,190
Total Prison Admissions600
Female Prison Admissions61
Male Prison Admissions539
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions279
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions306
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population706
Latino Prison Population37
Native Prison Population5
White Prison Population528
Other Prison Population21

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Horry County, South Carolina is located on the eastern banks of the Carolina Rivers. It is a county seat of Putnam County. The city of Hanahan is its capital. It is governed by a two-term mayor, Frank Pace. The population in the county is approximately 5.3 million. As of the last census, there are presently over two hundred jail inmates in the county.

Jail records can be searched by the public through different sources. The best known source of information is the local jail. There you can look for any person that you need to verify his or her jail record. This is especially helpful for those who are not familiar with the regional jail. Those that are familiar with it can perform a search online to find information.

You can perform a public jail records search online using websites that offer access to public records databases. These sites can give you a wide range of information on people such as their full names, date of birth, present addresses, parole information and much more. In addition, you can search for the sex offender’s public information and if they have been convicted of a crime.

One of the most convenient ways to search for jail records is to use a public records search engine. Google and Yahoo are two search engines that offer information on public information. Most of the public record databases are updated regularly. This means that you can be sure to get recent and current information about a person. Unlike going to the courthouse, this method allows you to retrieve information straightaway without waiting.

If you are trying to find someone you know then a criminal background check is your best option. Most people use the Internet to do research before meeting anyone for personal or business purposes. This is why performing a search online is important. It will save you time and energy so you can focus on your other responsibilities.

If you are going to perform a jail records search, you should search both online and offline. You should also try to search in all major search engines. Once you have a list of public information that you need, you should decide if you want to conduct the search personally or if you would rather hire a professional. When you are searching a person’s jail record, it is very important to find out any discrepancies. Sometimes a person may have been convicted of crimes that they did not commit.