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Albany County Information
Albany County can be found in New York’s east central region. It was founded in 1682 by the English government and named in honor of James II of England who was then the Duke of York and of Albany. The county seat is Albany which also happens to be the state capital. The population of the county is 304,204 according to the 2010 census. The total area of the county is 533 square miles with a population density of 582 per square mile.
County Sheriff
Craig D. Apple Sr. is the Sheriff of Albany County.
The Albany County Sheriff’s Office is located at 16 Eagle Street Albany, NY 12207.
You can get in touch with the department by calling 518-487-5400.

Court Administration
Albany County belongs to the 3rd Judicial District of New York along with other counties such as Columbia, Greene, and Rensselaer. Hon. Thomas A. Breslin is the District Administrative Judge while Beth Diebel, Esquire serves as the District Executive. You can get in touch with the administration by dropping by their office at 2500 Pond View, Suite 210, Castleton-on-Hudson, NY 12033. You can also get in touch with them by calling 518-285-8300.

County Jail

The Albany County Correctional Facility is located at 840 Albany Shaker Road Albany NY 12211.
The main phone number for the jail is (518) 869-2600.
It is one of the biggest among the County Correctional Facilities in New York with a maximum of 1043 beds housing local, state, and federal prisoners. The number of staff is currently 420, a combination of sworn officers and civilians who work together to ensure the smooth operations of the facility.
All visitors are required to present proper identification that contains their name, address, photo, date of birth, and signature such as a valid driver’s license or passport. Individuals under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian and present a birth certificate. Without a birth certificate, the accompanying adult is required to present a notarized letter from the parent or legal guardian authorizing the visit. This letter must contain the name of the parent/legal guardian, the address, contact number, the reason for the visit, date and time of the visit, and the inmate’s name.

All visitors are required to pass through a metal detector and may need to submit to a K-9 search. All visitors are also required to dress appropriately – no suggestive/revealing clothing.
Each inmate is allowed 2 visits per week. The schedule of visitation is based on the first initial of an inmate’s last name. The visitation hours of the jail are as follows:
7:30 am to 8:45 am letters H-O
9:15 am to 10:30 am letters P-Z
12:30 pm to 1:45 pm letters A-G.
7:30 am to 8:45 am letters P-Z
9:15 am to 10:30 am letters A-G
12:30 pm to 1:45 pm letters H-O.
3:30 pm to 4:45 pm letters A-G
6:15 pm to 7:30 pm letters H-O
8:00 pm to 9:15 pm letters P-Z
To deposit funds into an inmate’s account, family and friends can visit the Touch Pay Direct website or mail a money order to the address below:
Albany County Correctional Facility
840 Albany Shaker Rd.
Albany, NY 12211

Sex Offender Search & Lookup

According to federal law, sex offenders must submit their information to local law enforcement in order for it to be filed in the state sex offender registry and the national sex offender database. These systems are utilized to help increase safety and awareness. An individual who has been convicted of a sex-related offense such as rape, sexual assault, and incese is classified as a sex offender. In Albany County, anyone can visit the Sheriff Alert page. The Sheriff’s Office cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in the database as some offenders do not update their information. You may find some records that only list last known addresses.

Bail and Bail Bondsman

The money paid to the court to ensure the appearance of a defendant at all of his court dates is called bail. This is “posted” by the defendant and/or his family/friends in order to secure his temporary release from jail. If the defendant is able to fulfill all of his obligations by the end of the trial, the money will be returned minus a 3% administrative fee. If he fails to appear in court once, the court will keep the money and issue a warrant for the defendant’s arrest. If the defendant is unable to post bail for any reason, he will remain in custody until the case is dismissed or he is released.
In the state of New York, courts require that payments for bail should be given in the exact amount. This is because the courts will not give change for bail payments. However, individuals are allowed to use different modes of payment in one transaction to meet the bail amount set by the court, if necessary. The acceptable modes of payment are as follows:

  • US Cash
  • Cashier’s Check (should be no more than the bail amount)
  • Money order from the bank or Western Union (each order should not be greater than $1000)
  • Credit Card (an 8% processing fee will be charged)
  • Debit Card
    If the defendant wishes to procure the services of a bonds agent, he should know that these individuals are regulated by the New York State Insurance Department. This means that their fees have been set by the government into a tiered system which is followed by all bond agents. The calculation used for bond fees is as follows:
    For a $200-bond or less, the fee is $10.
    For a $3000-bond or less, the fee is 10% of the bail amount.
    For a $3001 to $10000 bond, the fee is 10% of the first $3000 and 8% for the rest of the amount.
    For a bond greater than $10000, the fee is 10% of the first $3000, 8% for the amount within $3001 and $10000, and 6% for the amount that fell above $10000.
    Here’s an example: For a $15000 bond, the fee would be the total of $3000 x 10% plus $7000 x 8% plus $5000 x 6% which is $1160.
    Defendants should keep in mind that bond fees are not refundable.

    Contact the Albany County Public Defender
    Public defender’s provide: counsel upon arrest, representation during criminal investigative proceedings, interviewing witnesses, arrange bail, conduct pretrial discovery, withdraw pleas, suppression of evidence motions, jury selection, opening statements, legal research, and more
    Name:Albany County Public Defender
    Address:60 South Pearl Street, Albany, New York, 12207
    Hours:Mon-Fri 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
    Albany County Probation Department
    Probation officers hold offenders accountable by ensuring that financial restitution is being paid to victims and community service is completed. The probation department provides warrant searches, sex offender lookups, DWI conviction information, adult or youth misdemeanor and felony offense records.
    Office:Albany County Probation Department
    Location:60 South Pearl Street, Albany, New York, 12207
  • Albany County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined898
    Avg Daily Population812
    Name of new facilitynot applicable
    Full time payroll420
    Full time total employees420
    Total salaries and wagesnot applicable
    Other operating expendituresnot applicable
    Total construction costsnot applicable
    Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
    Year of original constructionnot applicable
    Year of major renovationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable

    Address: 840 ALBANY SHAKER ROAD ALBANY NY 12211

    Albany County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016158,778
    Number Employed Annual Average, 2016152,357
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20166,421
    Unemployment Rate, 20164.0
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 201557,312
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    Albany County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201436,827
    Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201512.6
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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