Smith County Texas Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1696)Smith County Jails & Prisons
Smith County Courthouse Jail100 North Broadway AvenueTylerTX75702
Smith County Jails & Prisons
Smith County Jail & SheriffPO Box 90TylerTX75710903-590-2661
Smith County Jail - Central Division206 East Elm StreetTylerTX75702
Smith County Jail - Low Risk Division2811 Public RoadTylerTX75702903-590-2800
Smith County Juvenile Detention CenterPO Box 1257TylerTX75710903-535-0850
Smith County Juvenile Detention Center2630 Morningside DriveTylerTX75708903-535-0850
Smith County Sheriff Departments
Smith County Sheriff's Office227 North Spring AvenueTylerTX75702903-590-2661
Smith County Sheriffs Office106 East Elm StreetTylerTX75702903-590-2661
Smith County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Smith County Court Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison94
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies20
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population449
Female Pretrial Jail Population89
Male Pretrial Jail Population406
Total Jail Admissions9,135
Total Jail Population664
Female Jail Population122
Male Jail Population490
Asian Jail Population1
Black Jail Population45
Latino Jail Population315
Native Jail Population40
White Jail Population211
Total Prison Population2,606
Female Prison Population325
Male Prison Population2,281
Total Prison Admissions1,003
Female Prison Admissions227
Male Prison Admissions776
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions384
Latino Prison Admissions102
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions517
Other Prison Admissions
Asian Prison Population
Black Prison Population1,180
Latino Prison Population294
Native Prison Population
White Prison Population1,125
Other Prison Population7

Searching For Jail Records

If you’re looking for information on jail records in Smith County Texas, you’re not alone. This popular area is rich in historical significance and contains some of the best churches in Texas as well as the oldest settlements in the state. As a result, records from the past are readily available. If you’re looking for information on criminal background records or other public records, this area is the place to go. Smith County’s website is one of the best resources for people searching for information.

In the early days of settlement in Texas, most towns had a courthouse. These records were maintained by the courts and were often found in the public record books. However, as the state grew, so did the laws regulating the records of individuals. Today, Texas no longer requires a courthouse for conducting background checks. This means that those who are looking for these records can conduct them from their own home.

Jail records are among the more sensitive pieces of public information available today. Therefore, it’s critical to conduct an extensive search before relying on what the jail records say. There are many online services that promise to give you the information you need, but how do you know they’re reliable? The easiest way to test is to do an online check. Many of these services allow you to look up records of jail inmates through their secure online website.

Another option is to use a jail records lookup by name. This method may be less effective since jail records aren’t stored in the same way as regular records. However, it’s free and can be done at any time. If you don’t have any luck with either of these methods, you can also pay a small fee to access thousands of public records for any individual.

It’s important that you realize that even though you may have a valid reason to search for someone’s records, there are privacy issues involved. Jail records are classified as “idential” and are not something you can legally get free. It would be unwise to post this information online without a valid reason.

There are ways around this however. In order to get the most accurate results, you may want to try an online, or paid, service. Both of these options have their pros and cons and should be carefully considered. Ultimately, if you’re looking for a name-based jail record, the above methods may be your best bet.