Angelina County Texas Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1053)Angelina County Jails & Prisons
Angelina County Jail2311 East Lufkin AvenueLufkinTX75901936-634-2724
Angelina County Jails & Prisons
Angelina County Juvenile CenterPO Box 222LufkinTX75902936-634-8689
Angelina County Juvenile Detention Center705 Ellen Trout DriveLufkinTX75904936-634-8689
Diboll Correctional Center1604 South 1st StreetDibollTX75941936-829-2295
Duncan Geriatric Facility1502 South 1st StreetDibollTX75941936-829-2616
Angelina County Sheriff Departments
Angelina County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 114LufkinTX75902936-634-3331
Angelina County Sheriffs Office / Angelina County Jail2311 East Lufkin AvenueLufkinTX75901936-634-3331
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Angelina County Jail Website
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Statistics
Jail Population Held for State Prison 14
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail 4
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies 1
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population 127
Female Pretrial Jail Population 12
Male Pretrial Jail Population 153
Total Jail Admissions 5,537
Total Jail Population 216
Female Jail Population 30
Male Jail Population 172
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population 42
Latino Jail Population 15
Native Jail Population 1
White Jail Population 145
Total Prison Population 880
Female Prison Population 83
Male Prison Population 797
Total Prison Admissions 415
Female Prison Admissions 80
Male Prison Admissions 335
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions 165
Latino Prison Admissions 54
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions 196
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population 353
Latino Prison Population 132
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population 395
Other Prison Population

Jail Records – How to Search For Them

Are you looking for information about the arrest or conviction of a person on a criminal offense? If so, you may be able to get that information through the public records databases of almost every county in Texas. In fact, your local state or federal courthouse may have these online, but they are usually only accessible by the staff of the court. If you would like to search and find out more information about a person’s conviction or arrest record, you may want to use an online criminal records search service.

These services typically charge a small fee for their services. The information you will receive from them is comprehensive, but it can be rather time consuming and difficult to sift through. You can find personal records such as marriage licenses, criminal convictions and arrests. You can also access business records, property records, driver records, and several other types of public records. Of course, if you prefer to have a more personal look into a person’s history, you can always just pay the small fee and gain access to their public records database.

When you perform a search, the system will allow you to find anything that has been reported against a person. It may be a criminal conviction, a misdemeanor warrant, or even a sex offense. There is no limit on how many searches you can perform. All you need is an email address or mailing address so that the system can send you the results.

It is important to realize that not all criminal activity is reported to these online services. For instance, a state criminal record database may not include information about an arrest for speeding. Therefore, if a person has been ticketed for this traffic violation, it is not going to show up on a public record. However, if the ticket was for something like battery, domestic violence, forgery, or some other serious crime, it may.

Before you begin searching for jail records by email, you should make sure that you are not using someone else’s computer as a search tool. Most people use their home computers for banking, shopping, researching, etc. If someone else was to use your home computer to perform a search, the result that they may give you could contain criminal records of someone else. This could cause problems in the future, especially if there are any charges filed against you as a result of using someone else’s computer. In addition, if you are being investigated for a sex offense, it is best to avoid using a residence computer to conduct searches.

There is a relatively low cost associated with jail records and even the subscription costs for most search sites. Most allow you unlimited searches for a flat one-time fee. The fees are very nominal compared to the cost of having to hire a private investigator to retrieve the same information. Jail records are considered public information so you should not have any problems obtaining them. Just be sure to do your research before you begin the search.

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