Shelby County Inmate Search

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For a Shelby County inmate search, you could head to the office of the sheriff or drive down to Nashville to get in touch with the Tennessee Department of Corrections. Now, most people would quickly say, why take the trouble of traveling to another part of the state when you can initiate an inmate lookup right here?

Well, there is only one reason for this; the details offered by the local police in response to an inmate finder inquiry and those given by the DOC of TN when a person request them for a Shelby County prison inmate search are completely different from each other. No, this not only pertains to the amount of information. We are talking about different prisoners and jail facilities all together.

If you need to find out who is being held by the local police in their correctional center, go for a Shelby County jail inmate search. For this, you will find an online inmate locator service offered by the sheriff's office at http://www.shelby-sheriff.org/injail.html. You will be asked to furnish the name of the subject and his date of birth and in response you stand to get data about incarceration as well as recent bookings.

Another way to use the inmate finder services of the police is to simply visit their office at 6201 Haley Rd, Memphis, TN, United States, +1 901-222-4700. Now, if you were to connect with the DOC of Tennessee, you will find that they are only in control of state penitentiaries. This means that through them you don't get information on under trials or those who are serving less than one year in jail.

The internet based link from the DOC for Shelby County inmate locator can be found at http://www.state.tn.us/correction/. On the webpage, on the right hand side, you will see the tab for inmate search. Click on it to access the tool for prisoner inquiries. You can find out about active inmates as well as those who are now under the charge of the TN Parole and Probation board.