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County jails with an inmate search

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.

What you might find with an inmate search

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Out of all the counties United States, 12 are named "Lee". Most have their own facilities. The phone numbers below can get you in touch with them quickly; asking an agency official or officer is the safest, most accurate way to get information about inmates.
Lee County Jail 1900 Frederick Road, Opelika, Alabama 36803 (334) 749-5651
Lee County Jail 326 Lee County Road 601, Brickies, Arkansas 72360 (870) 295-7777
Lee County Jail 2115 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Fort Myers, Florida 33901 (239) 477-1500
  • Ortiz Facilities 2501 Ortiz Avenue, Fort Myers 33905 (239) 477-1705
Lee County Jail 119 Pinewood Road, Leesburg, Georgia 31763 (229) 759-3328
Lee County Jail 2530 255th Street, Montrose, Iowa 52639 (319) 524-1414
Lee County Jail 112 West 3rd Street, Dixon, Illinois 61021 (815) 284-5222
Lee County Jail 190 West Main Street, Beattyville, Kentucky 41311 (606) 464-4145
Lee County Jail 510 North Commerce Street, Tupelo, Mississippi 38804 (662) 841-9040
Lee County Sheriff 1401 Elm Street, Sanford, North Carolina 27330 (919) 718-4567
Lee County Sheriff 113 Gregg Street, Bishopville, South Carolina 29010 (803) 484-5353
Lee County Sheriff 424 South Main Street, Giddings, Texas 78942 (979) 542-2800
Lee County Jail 33640 Main Street, Jonesville, Virginia 24263 (276) 346-7709
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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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