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Do you have a friend or family member that is incarcerated and want to find them?

Has a friend or family member who has been arrested and you need to find out where they are?

To look up who’s in jail at a county Jail or prison you will have to go to their web site and do an inmate lookup.


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Our Services

  1.  We provide the largest, most current Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and North Carolina inmate database in the country.  Currently if you are searching for an inmate in a county jail, you have to go to over 100 different websites, and search each individual county.  We consolidated all of this information in one spot to save bondsmen hours of daily searching trying to tack down inmates from their surrounding counties.  Click here to go to our Florida inmate directory search.
  2. We provide the largest, most current Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and North Carolina bail bondsman database in the country.  Often times bail bondsmen will receive calls about inmates detained within county jails outside of their jurisdiction and need to make a ‘transfer bond’.  We provide a convenient directory to find other bondsmen within states of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and North Carolina.  Click here to go to our find a Bondsmen in your Area page.
  3. We provide a listing of all laws regarding Bondmen in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and North Carolina.  Click here to read about Florida Title XLVII Chapter 903 Bail Laws.
  4. We also offer frequently asked questions regarding the bail bonds business.  Click here to see general bail bonds information.
  5. Local jail and visitation information is available throughout this site.

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