King George County Virginia Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1007)King George County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
King George County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 499King GeorgeVA22485540-775-2049
King George County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
King George County Sheriffs Office9483 Kings HighwayKing GeorgeVA22485540-775-2049
King George County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
King George County Jail Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison149
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail163
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies24
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population144
Female Pretrial Jail Population6
Male Pretrial Jail Population45
Total Jail Admissions2,113
Total Jail Population222
Female Jail Population38
Male Jail Population170
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population77
Latino Jail Population21
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population108

Jail Records Are Public Information – How to Get Them

The public access to jail records is a very controversial issue in King George County, Virginia right now. King George County was one of the most heavily surveilled cities in all of the United States. The reason for this is due to the large number of minorities that make up a large part of the population and also because of the large number of crimes that go on in and around King George County. These crimes range from murder to sexual assault and from DUI/DWI to drug abuse. If it was not for these minority neighborhoods and the crimes they commit, the jail population would be much higher than it is.

In 2002, the Supreme Court ruling in the case of Michigan v. Michigan determined that the state law mandating that individuals had to have access to their own jail records was a violation of the constitutional guarantee of privacy. The ruling effectively stated that individuals did have the right to be protected from the public viewing their own personal documents. Right now, the state of Virginia is working to amend their laws in order to allow the public access to these important records. It is anticipated that the new laws will take effect within the next couple of years. In the mean time, while you wait for the new legislation to go into effect, you can continue to search for information through the various online databases maintained by the various counties in Virginia.

At this time, there are several ways that you can access these types of records. Some counties offer the information for free while others will charge for it. You can even look up information about somebody’s past jail records using an online database that keeps these public but offers limited information to the public. Other county websites require a small fee but will give you access to a larger database that includes all the local jail records.

It was once very difficult to get a copy of someone’s jail record due to the fact that the only means of obtaining this information were through the local jail. However, this problem has been fixed and now you can search for jail public records at any time you like. There are dozens of online databases that contain the information on people who have been incarcerated in local lockups. In most cases, it is free to use these websites and all you need to do is provide the name of the person you want the records for. If you have a personal reason for looking up someone’s jail record then you may be able to find out the information completely free of charge. If not, you will probably have to pay a small fee to access the information.

If you are looking up jail public records then you may want to start your search with the federal government. The government holds all public records for the country as a whole. This means that if you live in the United States, then you will be able to obtain criminal background records for anyone living in the country. This may include anybody who is legally in the country or anyone who has applied for immigration status in the U.S.

If you are looking up jail records in another state, then you will have to go the route of the county or state where you think the person lives. This can end up being very time consuming, but it can be done. All of the information you are seeking is completely public domain and is available to the public.