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Below is a list of all the states with something in common; related state directories are linked together from those pages. To make searching less complicated, we recommend using the button on the right. How the selection system works is simple; Click start, choose the type of facility, state or local, then decide if you want the main jail or an available inmate search. Not all online services will be available at all times.

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Out of all the counties United States, 5 are named "Dallas", the largest system is in Texas. Most have their own jail but four do not. The phone numbers below will get you in touch with them quickly and by asking the official facility or officers
Dallas County Jail 988 Selfield Road, Selma, Alabama 36703 (334) 874-2585
Dallas County Jail 106 South Charlotte Street, Fordyce, Arkansas 71742 (870) 352-2002
Dallas County Jail 201 North Nile Kinnick Drive, Adel, Iowa 50003 (515) 993-5815
Dallas County Jail 204 South Poplar Street, Buffalo, Missouri 65622 (417) 345-2441
Dallas County Jail 111 West Commerce Street, Dallas, Texas 75202 (214) 761-9025
  • North and West Tower, (214) 653-2907
  • Kays Jail, (214) 962-5800
  • George Allen Jail 600 Commerce Street, (214) 653-6092
  • Decker detention center 899 North Stemmons Freeway, (214) 653-8500

Follow the link to view jails for all counties that begin with the letter D
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Data and record collections

Not all facilities have the ability or legal right to provide sensitive information like population databases across the internet. Fortunately, most will suggest limited manual means of verifying if a person is in custody. One of the more popular requests concerns jail archives. Jails and prisons kept registers so everyone "booked" into the grey bar hotel was recorded, creating unparalleled historical and genealogical sources for researchers and family members alike. Interactive databases are available from many modern courthouses.

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