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What you might find with an inmate search

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Out of all the counties in the United States, 11 are named "Scott". The addresses and phone numbers below can get you in touch with them; agency officials or officers are the fastest, most accurate way to for you to get inmate information.
Scott County Jail 100 West 1st Street Box 13, Waldron, Arkansas 72958 (479) 637-4155
Scott County Jail 400 West 4th Street, Davenport, Iowa 52801 (563) 326-8750
Scott County Sheriff 35 East Market Street, Winchester, Illinois 62694 (217) 742-3141
Scott County Jail 111 South First Street, Scottsburg, Indiana 47170 (812) 752-8403
Scott County Sheriff 602 West 5th Street, Scott City, Kansas 67871 (620) 872-5805
Scott County Jail 130 North Court Street, Georgetown, Kentucky 40324 (502) 863-7880
Scott County Sheriff 301 Fuller Street South, Shakopee, Minnesota 55379 (952) 496-8314
Scott County Jail 54 North Winchester Street, Benton, Missouri 63736 (573) 545-3525
Scott County Jail 531 Airport Road, Forest, Mississippi 39074 (601) 469-5195
Scott County Sheriff 575 Scott High Drive, Huntsville, Tennessee 37756 (423) 663-3111
Scott County Jail 112 East Water Street, Gate City, Virginia 24251 (276) 386-7679
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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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