|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(813)Grays Harbor County Jails & Prisons|
|Grays Harbor County Jail||PO Box 630||Montesano||WA||98563||360-249-6070|
|Grays Harbor County Jails & Prisons|
|Grays Harbor County Jail||100 West Broadway Avenue||Montesano||WA||98563||360-964-1717|
|Grays Harbor County Juvenile Detention Facility||103 Junction City Road||Aberdeen||WA||98520||360-533-3919|
|Aberdeen City Jail||210 East Market Street||Aberdeen||WA||98520||360-533-3180|
|Chehalis Tribal Jail||30 Niederman Road||Oakville||WA||98568||360-709-1603|
|Stafford Creek Corrections Center||191 Constantine Way||Aberdeen||WA||98520||360-537-1800|
|Grays Harbor County Sheriff Department|
|Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office||100 West Broadway Avenue||Montesano||WA||98563||360-249-3711|
|Grays Harbor County Inmate & Jail Records Databases|
|Grays Harbor County Government Inmate Search|
|Grays Harbor County Jail Records|
|Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department Inmate Search|
|Hoquiam Police Department Inmate Search|
|Jail Population Held for State Prison||10|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison||–|
|Jail Population Held for State Jail||2|
|Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail||–|
|Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies||3|
|Jail Population Held for ICE||–|
|Pretrial Jail Population||82|
|Female Pretrial Jail Population||–|
|Male Pretrial Jail Population||–|
|Total Jail Admissions||5,472|
|Total Jail Population||177|
|Female Jail Population||30|
|Male Jail Population||142|
|Asian Jail Population||–|
|Black Jail Population||3|
|Latino Jail Population||9|
|Native Jail Population||17|
|White Jail Population||140|
|Total Prison Admissions||150|
|Female Prison Admissions||–|
|Male Prison Admissions||–|
|Asian Prison Admissions||–|
|Black Prison Admissions||–|
|Latino Prison Admissions||–|
|Native Prison Admissions||–|
|White Prison Admissions||–|
|Other Prison Admissions||–|
Jail Records – Find Out The Most Up-to-Date Information About Someone’s Criminal History!
Jail records have been kept for many reasons. Some of them are legal while others are not. Jail records are kept for various reasons. They may be kept to ensure the safety of an individual, to prevent the repetition of crimes, and to protect the innocent from exploitation by the criminal.
Criminal activity in general is on the rise around the world and it can range from minor infractions to major crimes. For example, a person who has been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence would need to have their criminal records. The failure to appear in court may mean a criminal record. In other instances, a person may be accused of a crime, but the facts may become unclear after a case is reviewed by the courts.
These records may become public because of a public records act passed in Washington State in 1991. This act requires all criminal justice agencies and law enforcement officers to keep up-to-date records on people who are arrested for criminal activity. There are different types of crimes that can be reported. Some of them include: assault, murder, disorderly conduct, theft, sex crimes, DUI/DWI, fraud, auto theft, fraudulency, harassment and many more. If a person’s criminal activity is reported, it will then be listed on the county’s sex offenders registry. These reports will be accessible to anyone who requests it from the county sheriff.
In Washington State, it is mandated that all criminal activity in its entirety be reported to the sheriff’s department and the FBI. This is also required of all children who are involved in any type of criminal activity such as truancy or any other delinquent act. These reports are kept in jail records. Jail records are available to the public and they are easy to access.
Jail records are used for many purposes. For example, when someone applies for a job in a company, they are required to undergo a background check. Also, if a person wants to rent an apartment they will need to inquire about criminal history. Today, the most popular method of obtaining this information is by using online facilities provided by state and county law enforcement agencies.
There are different options available for accessing these records. There are websites that provide the information for free. However, there are instances where such information is not sufficient to determine whether a person is free from a certain crime. In this case, a fee will be needed. If you would like to perform a free search, you can always log on to a website that provides this service.