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Union County, GA Jail and Prison System

UNION County has 21 jails with an average daily population of 723 inmates with a total of 21 jail population. When breaking down the UNION County jail population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners and make 0% with 0 female and 23 male inmates.
  • 21 Jails
  • 21 Prisoners
  • 192% Jail Rate

How Does Union County Inmate Search Work?

Union County inmate records are public files that anyone can acquire easily. The Freedom of Information Act governs the rules regarding Union county inmate records which provide a lot of useful insights about a person.

Union County Parole and Probation

Union County Parole

Parole is when an incarcerated person is allowed to leave their sentence early because they have followed the rules while serving their time. A parole board rules on who gets to receive parole and who does not. You can review Union county parole records and find out a lot about a parolee . Some things contained in the Union county parole files may be information about their punishment and their crimes. You might also get to review details about where they were held and the terms of their parole.

Union County Probation

Along with those parolees that have been released, you might also be able to review Union county probation records detailing men and women who were not incarcerated but instead was put on probation. Probation does not come without some rules . Probationers must see a probation officer once a week plus follow other rules. Typically,Union county criminal records will show the criminal’s crimes, their probationary sentence, and the ruling justice department details who sentenced them. Along with that facts , you may see images , fingerprints, physical details about the probationer , and other details.

Union County Booking

Union county bookings are also helpful when looking for stats on whether or not a stranger has been arrested. When a perpetrator is arrested, the officer fills out paperwork and then holds them in a incarceration cell , which essentially becomes their Union county booking record. It may also include things like fingerprints, photos , physical details, their name, and address, officer in charge , the details of the crime, the location, and any trucks that were involved. The general public has the ability to get a copy of someone’s Union county booking records without any type of approval .

Union County Incarceration Statistics

Over the past 45 years, the incarceration rate in UNION County has increased by 91% going from 11 inmates yearly to 21 inmates.

Even though women are the fastest growing group of inmates in UNION County, men still make up the vast majority of inmates admitted to prison each year - nearly rate of 304 per 100,000 U.S residents yearly across the county.

Inmate Population and Incarceration Rates in Union County, GA

UNION County has th highest jail incarceration rate across Georgia, yet from the total of 21 inmates only 21 are currently confined, the rest 491 are pretrial inmates and are awaiting trial, being tried, or awaiting a verdict.

Union County Jail Inmate Population, Jail Pretrial Population and Confined Population, for 2010-2015 years

Total Inmate Population212121212121
Pretrial Population446463472491491491
Confined Population212121212121

Union County Incarceration Statistics by Gender

Union County Female Population, Rate & Count for 2010-2015 years


Union County Male Population, Rate & Count for 2010-2015 years


Breaking Down Union County Inmates By Race

In UNION County, white people are incarcerated in jail on average at a rate of 122 per 100,000 white U.S. residents, which is higher by 75% from incarceration rate of black people. From 2010 to 2015, the incarceration rate of black people increased by 10%, going from 446 to 491 per 100,000 black U.S. residents. The Hispanic incarceration rate in UNION County is on average at a rate of 470 per 100,000 Hispanic U.S. residents.

Union County Incarceration Rates by Race, for 2010-2015 years


Union County Prisons and Jails

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