Clark County Wisconsin Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(908)Clark County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Clark County Jail / Sheriff517 Court StreetNeillsvilleWI54456715-743-5380
Clark County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Clark County Sheriff517 Court StreetNeillsvilleWI54456715-743-3157
Clark County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Clark County Jail Records
Clark County Sheriff's Office Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail1
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies4
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population36
Female Pretrial Jail Population3
Male Pretrial Jail Population34
Total Jail Admissions859
Total Jail Population64
Female Jail Population15
Male Jail Population49
Asian Jail Population1
Black Jail Population2
Latino Jail Population1
Native Jail Population2
White Jail Population58
Total Prison Admissions31
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

Jail records in Clark County are public information and can be obtained from the courthouse. Wisconsinites that need to access this type of information must obtain a court order. There is a time limit on these types of requests. Once the required time has passed, the request will be considered incomplete. If there is an error, the document will not be accepted and will be filed with the clerk of court. To obtain this information, one must fill out a jail records request form.

Jail records are an important document to have. These records have information about arrests, convictions and time served in jail. These records help to verify that a person has been legally convicted of crimes by the courts of this state and county. The documents also show the crime or crimes for which the person has been arrested.

Jail records can be requested from the jail or court. There is a process that is followed in requesting these records. The first step is to fill out a records request form that will be provided to you. This request will be reviewed by an administrative assistant (or A.A.) who will review the information to determine whether the information is considered legal, government records, or private information.

When the review is completed, if there is an abundance of information available, the records will be provided. If the records do not contain the details that you need, then another court order may be necessary to get the information you are requesting. There are times when a person may want to look at more than one jail record in order to verify the data provided by the record. In this case, a duplicate order may be filed with the court.

If all is well with the reviewing officer, the request will be granted and the records will be mailed to the person’s office. These types of records are used to help with background checks and genealogy purposes. They can also be used to obtain other information such as a person’s driving records, marriage records, or any juvenile records held by the Department of Corrections ( DOC). Jail records are considered public information and are searchable online. However, the person requesting the record must be a resident of the state in which the courthouse is located. Information from outside of the state can be considered at the discretion of the court.

People may have many reasons for wanting to obtain jail records. They may want to verify a potential employee’s past, they may want to obtain background information on a babysitter, or they may be curious about a neighbor. If a person has reason to believe that someone they know or love has been incarcerated, they may want to check into the person’s background to make sure they do not have a criminal background themselves. Jail records can give any individual access to personal information that was once closed off to the public.