St Louis County Jail Roster
Find an inmate. St Louis County Jail Roster, Locate the whereabouts of a federal inmate incarcerated from 1982 to the present.
Search for Escaped Inmates. Search for escaped inmates from the Missouri Department of Corrections that have active warrants. A listing of fugitives wanted by FBI St. Louis for violent and non-violent crimes, suspected terrorism, kidnapping and missing persons cases, and cases for which the FBI is seeking more information.”
Click to access the jail roster in PDF format.
Find an inmate with St Louis County Jail Roster
If you have a friend or family member who is incarcerated and would like to find out their current location, it can be done.
To search for an inmate:
- Enter the inmate’s name in the box provided
- Click on “Search” button to start your search.
St Louis county jail
The St Louis County Jail is located at the address listed below. It has a unique appearance, with tall, white concrete walls and large square windows. The jail is open to the public during business hours, but visitors are only allowed in certain parts of the building.
Find an Offender. Use this search to find registered sex offenders when a name, date of birth, or address is known. At least one criteria must be entered to perform a search. Both true and alias offender names are used to identify offenders.
St Louis County Jail Roster Search for Escaped Inmates. Search for escaped inmates from the Missouri Department of Corrections that have active warrants. A listing of fugitives wanted by FBI St. Louis for violent and non-violent crimes, suspected terrorism, kidnapping and missing persons cases, and cases for which the FBI is seeking more information.
To search for escaped inmates, fugitives wanted by FBI St. Louis or other violent and non-violent crimes, suspected terrorism, kidnapping and missing persons cases, and cases for which the FBI is seeking more information.
FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List
The FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List is a list of the ten fugitives wanted by the FBI for the past decade. The list was created in March 1950, when the FBI began publishing a list of the “ten most wanted” criminals.
St Louis County Jail Roster The purpose of this list is to help apprehend dangerous fugitives who have committed serious crimes under federal jurisdiction and to publicize these individuals’ names, faces and descriptions through media outlets and other outlets so they can be captured.
St. Louis County Jail Roster
You may also search by inmate number or name. Click on the PDF link to download a pdf version of the jail roster in Adobe Acrobat format.
All the present records
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The accuracy of the information provided is not guaranteed and it should not be relied upon for any reason. In addition, the information presented on this website does not imply an affiliation with any specific legal firm nor does it guarantee the fulfillment of attorney services which might be offered by any individual attorney affiliated with that particular law firm.
Answers to frequently asked questions about St. Louis County Jail services and policies.
At this time we do not have any information on how long it takes to get a response. We will update this page as soon as possible.
We currently don’t have any information about the average wait time for St. Louis County Jail services, but we’ll try to find out and let you know! Please contact them directly for more information about their wait times and policies.
es, but keep in mind that they may not be able to answer all of your questions immediately because they might be busy with other customers at the moment. They are also very busy during certain times of day so calling outside those hours might result in longer hold times or no one answering at all!
No – anyone can call St. Louis County Jail if they have concerns about someone who is being held there! You just need their name so that they can look up their records for you (or better yet – just call back later!).