Hardin County Texas Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1383)Hardin County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Hardin County JailPO Box 1990KountzeTX77625409-246-5100
Hardin County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Hardin County Jail300 West Monroe StreetKountzeTX77625409-246-5105
Hardin County Juvenile Detention Center300 West Monroe StreetKountzeTX77625409-246-5175
Hardin County Sheriffs Office / Hardin County Jail300 West Monroe StreetKountzeTX77625409-246-3441
Hardin County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Hardin County Sheriff's Office Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail5
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies2
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population100
Female Pretrial Jail Population9
Male Pretrial Jail Population69
Total Jail Admissions3,067
Total Jail Population155
Female Jail Population19
Male Jail Population103
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population14
Latino Jail Population4
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population108
Total Prison Population240
Female Prison Population22
Male Prison Population218
Total Prison Admissions139
Female Prison Admissions23
Male Prison Admissions116
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions35
Latino Prison Admissions5
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions99
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population54
Latino Prison Population4
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population182
Other Prison Population

Jail Records – Getting the Information You Want

If you are looking for jail records in Hardin County, Texas, you may be able to find what you want through the Texas Vital Records Registry. This is one of several statewide registries that maintain information on all people who were born or who died in the state of Texas. It contains vital and birth records for Texas residents, including information about arrests and convictions. You can access records like marriage licenses, death certificates, and permits to buy real estate in Texas as well. Because it is in the public domain, anyone is free to make use of it for whatever purposes they see fit.

In Texas, as in many other states, the search for public information is a complicated process. To begin with, you have to fill out an application and promise to disclose all relevant information, including any criminal convictions. There are often several steps to go through before a search yields any results. You need to first establish which of the registries to use. If you are interested in information about specific jail inmates, you will have to check the Texas Department of State Health Services website.

The site allows you to perform a jail-related search by using a name, phone number, or social security number. In most cases, you are also required to provide additional information, such as address and work information. This information cannot be sold or traded in any way and is considered confidential. However, some registries allow you to search their databases for free. This may be a useful option if you are unsure whether the information you want is really within their records.

The search takes about 15 minutes or so, depending on how fast your internet connection is. If you have a good one, the searches will not take very long, if at all. It is also worth noting that you are not obligated to pay anything in order to use this service.

In the event that no records are found through these methods, or if you do not have a computer with internet access at your home, you should consider turning to an online jail records database. This can be done inexpensively and usually provides up to date, accurate information. You do need to be careful though, as many sites are simply out to capture your credit card information. You can avoid being scammed and find legitimate services by researching which sites offer what you need.

If you are serious about learning more about someone, jail records can tell you a lot. They can tell you if they are a danger to themselves or to others. They can tell you whether they committed a crime after being in jail, and where they were convicted. Whatever you need to know, you can probably find it on jail records.