Ideally, you should start your inmate search in Lorain County by going to the local police. The sheriff’s department has been put in charge of managing the jails in the area. So, only they can offer details on inmates who are being held in these facilities. Before you launch an inmate lookup, you need to understand that there is a difference in the inmate search results offered by the cops and the Department of Corrections of OH.
Let us being by talking about the sheriff’s office; they are responsible for making arrests, holding offenders while they are being tried, detaining defendants who have not been granted bail and carrying out the sentences given to convicts who are serving prison terms of one year or less. So, when you go in for a Lorain County jail inmate search, you will only be told about defendants and criminals who are in one of these categories.
Suppose your subject has done time in a state penitentiary or has been freed on parole, you will not find out about this from the police department. So, it would be safe to suggest that if it is a Lorain County prison inmate search that you are seeking, get in touch with the Ohio DOC. Both the state and the local criminal justice agencies offer more than one inmate finder facility.
To use the online version of the DOC’s inmate locator service, you can go to http://odrc.drc.ohio.gov/OffenderSearch/Search.aspx. A similar facility is also provided to find details on inmates of the local jail; this can be accessed at http://www.loraincountysheriff.com/page.aspx?id=190.
Of course, you could also contact these agencies through mail or by paying them a visit. For the sheriff’s department, you will need to go to 2075 Avon Belden Rd, Grafton, OH 44044 and call on 440-748-1049.To get in touch with the Department of Corrections, get ready to drive down to the capital at 770 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222.