Milwaukee County Wisconsin Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(955)Milwaukee County Jails & Prisons
Milwaukee County Correctional Facility949 North 9th StreetMilwaukeeWI53233414-226-7000
Milwaukee County Jails & Prisons
Milwaukee County House Of Correction8885 South 68th StreetFranklinWI53132414-427-4700
Milwaukee County Secure Juvenile Detention Center10201 West Watertown Plank RoadMilwaukeeWI53226414-257-7715
Milwaukee County South Facility Jail8885 South 68th StreetFranklinWI53132414-427-4700
Milwaukee Jail819 North 6th StreetMilwaukeeWI53203414-220-5218
Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility1015 North 10th StreetMilwaukeeWI53233414-212-3535
Milwaukee Women's Correctional Center615 West Keefe AvenueMilwaukeeWI53212414-267-6101
Felmers O. Chaney Correctional Center2825 North 30th StreetMilwaukeeWI53210414-874-1600
Marshall E. Sherrer Correctional Center1318 North 14th StreetMilwaukeeWI53205414-343-5000
Vel R. Phillips Children's Court Center10201 West Watertown Plank RoadWauwatosaWI53226
Milwaukee County Sheriff Departments
Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office821 West State StreetMilwaukeeWI53233414-278-4766
Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office - Airport Division5300 South Howell AvenueMilwaukeeWI53207414-747-5360
Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office - Patrol Division10190 West Watertown Plank RoadWauwatosaWI53226414-454-4100
Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office County Correctional Facility - Central949 North 9th StreetMilwaukeeWI53233414-226-7000
Milwaukee County Sheriffs Office County Correctional Facility - South8885 South 68th StreetFranklinWI53132414-427-4700
Milwaukee County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Milwaukee County Inmate Search & Jail Roster
Milwaukee County Sheriff Website
Jail Population Held for State Prison159
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail5
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail13
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies10
Jail Population Held for ICE6
Pretrial Jail Population1,215
Female Pretrial Jail Population69
Male Pretrial Jail Population788
Total Jail Admissions31,171
Total Jail Population2,451
Female Jail Population245
Male Jail Population1,939
Asian Jail Population8
Black Jail Population1,533
Latino Jail Population145
Native Jail Population8
White Jail Population489
Total Prison Admissions2,459
Female Prison Admissions144
Male Prison Admissions2,315
Asian Prison Admissions
Black Prison Admissions
Latino Prison Admissions
Native Prison Admissions
White Prison Admissions
Other Prison Admissions

Jail Records Can Reveal Someone’s Past Criminal History

You have probably heard about the existence of jail records in Milwaukee County. This is a criminal database that contains public arrest warrants, criminal court records and more. Wisconsin is an almost twenty-four hour long recorded database. The jail records maintained by this database are public. However, since these are public records, you can not just go to the jail records and demand a copy of them.

You need to have special permission from the person before you can get the jail records of someone. The fact that they are public makes it a matter of public record. This means that if you want to look for them, you have to make sure that you have special authorization to do so. Without that authorization, you will not be able to access the information at all.

When people are accused of something, their name goes into a public arrest records database. This means that the law enforcement authorities can look over the history of an individual and determine their credibility based on the public arrest records. For instance, if an individual has been arrested for domestic violence, you can find out the background of their domestic violence conviction.

Another way to find out about someone’s criminal history is by using a public records search provider. There are many providers out there that offer you access to public arrest records, county court records and other important records related to criminal cases. However, the quality of these services varies a lot. In order to use such services, you need to be sure that the data is complete, reliable and current.

For example, if you use a public records search and you discover that the person has been accused of domestic violence, but you do not have any further details, you might not be able to learn much about the criminal history of the person. You can check the background of the individual using other sources such as court records and criminal background checks. Similarly, if you try to check jail records online, you will not be able to find out much about a person’s past criminal history. Jail records are only accessible through state correctional facilities or by the federal government. Hence, jail records are not considered public records.

Finally, if you want to check up on someone, all you need is access to public arrest records. The good thing about criminal court records is that these records can be accessed directly from the courthouse in any of the 50 states. You do not even have to pay a fee for accessing these records; the information provided by criminal court records is completely free. In order to get more detailed information, you can also check out public records databases.