Fayette County West Virginia Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(970)Fayette County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Fayette County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 509FayettevilleWV25840304-574-4304
Fayette County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Fayette County Sheriffs Department100 North Court StreetFayettevilleWV25840304-574-4304
Fayette County Sheriffs Office - Danese Detachment100 Church StreetFayettevilleWV25840304-438-8800
Fayette County Sheriffs Office - Smithers DetachmentMichigan AvenueSmithersWV25186304-442-4888
Gene Spadaro Juvenile Center106 Martin DriveMount HopeWV25880304-877-6890
Fayette County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Fayette County Inmate Search & Jail Roster Lookup
Jail Population Held for State Prison17
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison1
Jail Population Held for State Jail
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies7
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population59
Female Pretrial Jail Population9
Male Pretrial Jail Population46
Total Jail Admissions1,197
Total Jail Population99
Female Jail Population16
Male Jail Population70
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population20
Latino Jail Population1
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population64

Where Can I Find Jail Records?

Searching for Fayette County Jail Records is quite simple if you know where to look. Although it can be done, the process can take a while depending on the amount of information that is available. Some of this information is not available online and has to be requested from the courthouse in which your case is being held. Others are free and can be requested from your local law enforcement office. Regardless of how or where you do find this information, there are some steps you must take.

When doing a search you will have to provide some basic information and then a few things about you. When completing this step ensure that the spelling of your name is correct. If it is not you may get results with a lot of people having the same name as yours but having different birth dates or even different numbers of years in which they were born. Any other information that you want to include on your records search can be filled out online also. Failing to list any information may result in the data you request not being accepted. Some of the information may be required such as social security numbers, driver’s license numbers or any other necessary documents.

The next step you will take is to access the court records. This can be done by requesting them through the website. You will need to provide your name and address. Once you enter this information you will be directed to the exact records that you need. Some counties allow you to download a file of the entire courthouse files. The county that you live in most likely will have a website for this purpose and it can be searched online also.

Another option is to contact any current or past employees that you would like to obtain information from. These employees are more than likely willing to share any information they have that is pertinent. If the former employer is unwilling or unable to help you, then you need to check the local newspaper. Newspapers usually maintain a database of employment and criminal records.

If you are a member of a private agency that provides background checks, you can search their databases as well. These companies normally charge a fee for accessing their databases. If you have found no jail records in these sites, then the search is free. Be sure to check this out before paying a small fee.

Jail records are considered public record and if you are looking for them you should try to locate the local courthouse. If they do not have the information you are looking for, you will have to look elsewhere. You will find the information you are looking for in a matter of minutes. The best thing to do is use the resources above to start your search. You will be able to find the jail records that you are looking for.