Search Inmates in Kenton County, Kentucky. Results May Include: Arrests, Criminal Records, Status, Code, Description, Warrant No., Court Type, Court Date, Current Age, Booking Date, Booking Agency, Arresting Officer.
Kenton County Kentucky Sheriff Overview
Kenton County is located in the northernmost part of Kentucky. Founded in 1840, it was named after the frontiersman Simon Kenton. The county seats are Covington and Independence. The zip codes in Kenton County are 40390, 40339, and 40356.
Charles L. Korzenborn is the Sheriff of Kenton County. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Chief Deputy is Col. Pat Morgan. He is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Office. You can email him directly at email@example.com. The Operations Division is headed by Cpt. Todd Massey. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kenton County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 303 Court Street Suite 409, Covington, Kentucky 41011
Inmate Search in Kenton County Jail
The Kenton County Detention Center maintains an online database of the inmates currently incarcerated in the facility. You can search for an inmate using his first name, last name, or alias. The records in the database include an inmate’s charges, age, address, inmate classification, booking photo, booking date, bond, sentence, court date, case number, physical description, arresting officer, and scheduled release.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures:
Inmates are encouraged to have family and friends visit. All visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. Visits may be done in person or online. To schedule an in-person visit, call 859-363-2433. To schedule an online visit, go online at www.iWebVisit.com.
Visitors must present a valid photo ID. Minors (under 18 years of age) are not allowed to visit on weekdays. They must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
VISITATION HOURS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
ALL dorms except dorms 102 & 107
Tuesday through Friday – 8am to 10am
Saturday and Sunday – 8am to NOON
DORM 102 & 107 ONLY
Sunday and Monday – 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Daily – 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Only postal postcards are allowed to come in the mail. All postcards must have a complete return address and written in pen or pencil. All photos sent in must have a stamp on the back. Only 6 (six) 4×6 photos are allowed per inmate, per stay. All photos are logged.
Money orders can be sent via mail. They should be addressed to Aramark c/o Kenton County Detention Center. You can also deposit money by going online at http://touchpayonline.com/
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
Federal law requires sex offenders to be registered in the national and state sex offender databases. The public is allowed access to this information as a safety resource. An individual who has been found guilty of a sexually oriented offense is classified as a sex offender. Each state may have differences in the crimes they will classify as sexually oriented offenses. However, there are specific crimes that are generally accepted as such. These include rape, sex trafficking, and child pornography. Anyone can use Kentucky’s sex offender registry here. However, it is important that the public keeps in mind that some sex offenders fail to update their information. Some search results may only list last known addresses of offenders rather than the current ones.
Bail and Bondsman
The court can grant its consent to the temporary release of a person charged with a criminal offense while his trial is pending. This permission is called bail. The defendant is asked to promise to be present at all of his scheduled court appearances and will sign a bond as proof. For some cases, a pledge of money or property is required in addition to the promise. The money or property is lost if the defendant fails to keep his promise.
A bondsman is an individual who can post bail for defendants who lack the funds to post bail themselves. The bondsman charges a fee equal to 10% of the bail amount. It is non-refundable. In return, he will act as a surety. The court will hold him responsible for paying the entire bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.
Commercial bail bonding is banned in Kentucky. Ky. Stat. § 431.510 (outlawing commercial bail bond industry); see Stephens v. Bonding Assoc. of Kentucky, 538 S.W.2d 580 (Ky 1976) (upholding statute). Bonds agents from other states will need to get a warrant if they want to arrest a fugitive who has fled to Kentucky. Ky. Rev. Stat. § 440.270.
|Kenton County Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||403|
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|Full time payroll||86|
|Full time total employees||86|
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Address: COUNTY BUILDING COVINGTON KY 41011
|Kenton County Unemployment and Median Household Income|
|Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016||83,093|
|Number Employed Annual Average, 2016||79,699|
|Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016||3,394|
|Unemployment Rate, 2016||4.1|
|Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015||52,631|
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
|Kenton County Poverty Data|
|Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014||20,794|
|Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015||12.8|
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
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