Weston County Wyoming Inmate Jail Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(531)Weston County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Weston County Detention Center25 North Sumner AvenueNewcastleWY82701307-746-4441
Weston County Inmate & Jail Records Offices
Weston County Sheriffs Office / Weston County Detention Center25 North Sumner AvenueNewcastleWY82701307-746-4441
Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp And Boot Camp40 Pippin RoadNewcastleWY82701307-746-4436
Weston County Inmate & Jail Records Databases
Weston County Jail Records
Jail Population Held for State Prison21
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Prison
Jail Population Held for State Jail
Jail Population Held for Out-of-State Jail
Jail Population Held for Federal Agencies
Jail Population Held for ICE
Pretrial Jail Population2
Female Pretrial Jail Population6
Male Pretrial Jail Population
Total Jail Admissions216
Total Jail Population5
Female Jail Population1
Male Jail Population6
Asian Jail Population
Black Jail Population
Latino Jail Population3
Native Jail Population
White Jail Population7

Jail Records Search – How to Conduct a Jail Records Search

Access to jail records can be obtained from the courts, through requests made under state law or through an online site. You must first have a valid reason for requesting the information. The state and federal governments do not provide public access to criminal information about anyone. This means that anyone can obtain access to jail records without judicial authorization.

Criminal court records are designed to provide the public with important information about a person. They contain a history of the person’s legal problems, from minor traffic offenses to major felonies. They show if the person has been charged with any crime or if there are outstanding warrants out for their arrest. The reports also show if the person has ever been convicted of a crime or what crime he was tried with. They may also tell if the person has ever served time in jail or prison.

When you request a copy of jail records from the courts in Wyoming, the clerk’s office will give you a copy in about a week. Most of the information is found in the public record database, so this fast turnaround time is not unusual. If the information provided to you does not include all of the relevant information you need, you may have to get a lawyer to find out what you are missing. This can be a very costly endeavor if you have to hire more than one lawyer.

To begin your search for the relevant information, visit the website of the Wyoming State Office of Law Enforcement or the Wyoming State Court. From the homepage, you can go to the Search Forms. This allows you to enter some basic information about the person you want to search. Some of the fields are date of birth, social security number, address history, name, and birth dates. You may also choose to search by criminal history, past residences, aliases the person uses, marriage information, inmate details and a few other selections.

If you do not have any luck with the above forms, you may want to visit a state library. The staff at a state library can provide you with access to jail records, and most libraries will have access to newspapers. Newspapers are a great source of information regarding any legal matter, so make sure you look for them online as well. When you visit the library, be sure to ask the librarian what resources they have on jail records, so you have a better chance of getting accurate and current information.

When you have searched every possible site online and still cannot find the information you are looking for, you will want to make use of the services of an investigative service. These investigative services purchase jail records from the court systems in many states, and will make them available to the public. However, in order to use the services of these companies, you must be a member. To become a member, you will be asked to pay a small fee. Although, the small fee is worth it because the investigative company will perform a deep search that will provide you with accurate information regarding jail records in a matter of minutes.