How to use the Inmate Search for Louisville Metro Dept of Corrections in Kentucky
Louisville, KY is a booming city whose population has more than doubled its size in the past decade (a lot of that is due to a city-county merger). It is also home to the Kentucky Derby, probably the biggest horse race in the world. It is also home to the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections, whose main jail has over 1900 beds in its vicinity. Is someone in your family or inner circle one of those 1900 souls awaiting trial? If so, you can look them up courtesy of an internet database. Continue reading for instructions on how to look someone you possibly know up.
[Article_Ad_2]First, you would have to log on to this website, and go to the “Jefferson County Inmate Search” link located on the left hand side of the screen. From there, you will be directed to a brief visual tutorial on how to look up an inmate. After that, go here and complete the search for your inmate.
After you search for your inmate, there will be a list of potential matches. Go to the profile of your choosing, and you will be directed to the inmate’s profile. The profile is very brief and basic. It just has an inmate’s name, ID number, date of birth, age, race, gender, custody status, and location. If the inmate has since been released, it will give a reason on why he or she is out of custody (i.e.: out on parole, etc). It does not give you an explanation on why an inmate is in custody, or how long a person is in for, or anything of that nature. It is just meant to verify that a person is currently in custody in the Louisville Community Correctional Center.
From there, you can figure out how to handle your current situation. The Louisville Department of Corrections is there to help you during a tough situation such as this one. It has an abundant amount of resources regarding bail information, and allocating funds to inmates.
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