To locate an inmate within the Hamilton County Jail system in Carmel, Indiana, go to the Hamilton County Inmate Search page.
The page provides two search options:
- Search by Letter of Last Name
- Search by Roster
SEARCH BY LETTER OF LAST NAME
- Use the dropdown menu to click on the first letter of the inmate’s last name.
- All inmates whose last name begins with the letter you clicked will be listed.
SEARCH BY ROSTER
All current inmates will be listed alphabetically by last name when you first go to the site.
Scroll through the list to locate your inmate.
AVAILABLE INFORMATION ABOUT INMATES
Click on your inmate’s last name to open and view:
- Inmate’s Full Legal Name
- Inmate #
- Booking Date
- Booking Time
- Total Bond Amount
- Scheduled Release Date (If Applicable)
- Scheduled Court Date
- Criminal Charges
HAMILTON COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT CASE SEARCH
You can find out more about this criminal court case by checking the Hamilton County Court Case Search.
Select Hamilton County from the Case Records dropdown menu.
Click on the blue-link, “Criminal & Citation Case Records”.
Enter the displayed security code.
Use the dropdown menu to select how to search:
Enter as much information as you have. Required fields will be highlighted in red.
Once the inmate’s name is displayed, click on the blue-link case number to the right of the page to view:
- Case Type
- Date Filed
- Lead Attorneys
- Ramsey County Defendant’s Name
- Date of Birth
- Statute Level (Felony, Misdemeanor, etc.)
- Level of Sentence
- Disposition (Convicted, Dismissed, etc.)
- Events & Orders of the Court
With more than 9,000 jails and prisons across the country, trying to locate an inmate can feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. On this page, you will find the Hamilton County inmate search, inmate lists, inmate roster, arrest reports and/or booking information for the Hamilton County Jail in the city of Noblesville, Hamilton County in the state of Indiana.
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