To find out if someone has been booked into the Ulster County Jail in Kingston, New York, you must call the jail directly at: 845-340-3644.
Be prepared to give the jail the inmate’s first and last name.
If it is a common name provide the birthdate or at least the birth year.
They will tell you:
- If the inmate is There
- Criminal Charges
- Bond Amount
- Next Court Date
If the inmate’s case has already been completed, there was a conviction and you want to know where the inmate has been sent to serve the time, go to VineLINK.
Click on the blue “Offender” tab on the upper left side of the page.
Select “Choose Agency” and use the dropdown menu to highlight and click on Ulster County Jail.
The site provides two search methods.
- Search by Offender Number
- Search by Name
Search by Offender Number
- Enter the offender number into the search box.
- Click on “Search”.
*NOTE*- The number must be accurate or your search results will be wrong.
Search by Name
- Enter the inmate’s last name.
- Enter the inmate’s first name.
- Click on “Search”.
*TIP* - If you are unsure of the inmate’s full name or the spelling of the name, click on the “Partial Last Name Search” box before clicking on “Search”.
Enter the first three letters of the last name and the first letter of the first name.
The system will list all inmates whose names begin with those letters. If you have the exact birthdate of the inmate, you can narrow your search by entering it in the appropriate box.
Inmate Information Available for Viewing
Click on the inmate’s name to view:
- Full First and Last Name
- Offender ID
- Custody Status
- Housing Location
- Alternate ID’s
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 Ulster County inmate search, inmate lists, inmate roster, arrest reports and/or booking information for the Ulster County Jail in the city of Kingston, Ulster County in the state of New York.
With a minimal amount of information about the inmate and some patience, on jailexchange.com you can: