Kentucky Jail Roster


Welcome to JailRoster.org! We’ve assembled the best information with jail roster links and Kentucky jail information. It’s really easy to find an inmate that’s on a jail roster in Kentucky. To begin, know that you have rights to find an inmate using a KY jail roster search. Just follow the instructions below:

Jail Roster in Kentucky

Below, you will see links to the various counties in Kentucky that we have available to find someone on a jail inmate roster.

To start your search, click one of the links below for the county or city in Kentucky where you want to view a jail roster:

Kentucky County Jail Roster

Allen County Jail Roster
Ballard County Jail Roster
Barren County Jail Roster
Big Sandy Regional Jail Roster
Boone County Jail Roster
Boyle County Jail Roster
Bracken County Jail Roster
Butler County Jail Roster
Calloway County Jail Roster
Campbell County Jail Roster
Casey County Jail Roster
Clark County Jail Roster
Crittenden County Jail Roster
Elliott County Jail Roster
Fayette County Jail Roster
Franklin County Jail Roster
Grant County Jail Roster
Graves County Jail Roster
Hancock County Jail Roster
Hardin County Jail Roster
Hickman County Jail Roster
Jessamine County Jail Roster
Kenton County Jail Roster
Knox County Jail Roster
Larue County Jail Roster
Laurel County Jail Roster
Lewis County Jail Roster
Lexington Jail Roster
Livingston County Jail Roster
Louisville Community Jail Roster
Martin County Jail Roster
Mccracken County Jail Roster
Mclean County Jail Roster
Montgomery County Jail Roster
Morgan County Jail Roster
Muhlenberg County Jail Roster
Nicholas County Jail Roster
Pike County Jail Roster
Rockcastle County Jail Roster
Rowan County Jail Roster
Russell County Jail Roster
Trimble County Jail Roster
Warren County Jail Roster
Wayne County Jail Roster

Kentucky City Jail Roaster

Louisville Jail Roster

What You Need To Locate an Inmate

The most obvious but important thing is that you have the person’s full legal name and last location of the person before they disappeared or were arrested. With advances in technology, most of the jails in Kentucky are have digital jail rosters, so the more information you have before reviewing a Kentucky jail roster, the more successful your search will be. Our Kentucky jail inmate roster links above will help ease your mind and help you to find someone that you know.

Finding an Inmate

If you’re looking to locate a prisoner on a Kentucky jail roster, start by clicking the links above to drill down to a city or county jail in Kentucky. There, you’ll find information about how to call an inmate, where to send mail, bail bonds, visitation rules, commissary funds, and a lot more about the jails in KY. If someone you know disappears and you’re trying to locate them, it’s a good idea to communicate with local jails or prisons  even more so if they have a history of crime  and they might be waiting for someone to bail them out. Our Kentucky jail rosters are a great place to begin whether you’re a family member, friend, or public defender looking for clients.

Kentucky Inmate Search Benefits

Remember you have rights given to you by the Constitution to be able to locate someone who has been detained and who might be on a Kentucky jail roster. All police officers are required to “book” a Kentucky prisoner into their local court system, which more than likely is now electronic, making much easier to find someone on a KY jail roster from the comfort of your own home. These electronic records will help save you hours of time, because in the past if you were trying to locate a prisoner you had to physically call each of the county or city jails to ask if an inmate was there. When the person is admitted into the jail, important information is taken and added to the jail roster including name, address, photo mugshots, and fingerprints. Some of this information will be available to you (depending on county) when you perform your search. If you are unsure about which jail a person might be in, select another county from the list above and repeat your steps until you have exhausted all options.