Lookup Inmates on the Jail Roster and Police Records in Bartlett, Tennessee. Results Include: Charges, Disposition, Bond Amount, Mugshot, Booking Date, Booking Time, Release Date, Cell Location, Agency, Court, Race, Aliases, Warrant #
Bartlett City Tennessee Sheriff Overview
Bartlett city is located in Shelby County with an estimated population of 58,622 according to the 2016 survey. The total area of the city is 23.42 square miles. The zip codes in Bartlett City are 38133-38135.
Gary Rikard serves as the Chief of Police for the city of Bartlett. You can reach him directly at 901-385-5566 or via email at email@example.com. Glen Williamson is the Assistant Chief. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Inspector Doug Bailey is the head of the Communications and Jail Divisions. You can get in touch with him at email@example.com.
Bartlett Police Department:
Address: 3730 Appling Road, Bartlett, TN 38133
Phone: 901-385-5555, 901-385-5500
Inmate Search in Bartlett County Jail
The Bartlett Jail does not release a Weekly Arrest Report Online which shows the names of individuals currently detained in the facility. If you want to find someone here, you can call the Police Department at 901-385-5555.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures:
Inmates at the Bartlett Jail are allowed visitation with family and friends. All visitors need to sign in, show a valid ID, and successfully pass through a metal detector. All visitors must be 18 years old and above unless accompanied by an adult. They must also be wearing appropriate attire. Visitors are not allowed to bring personal belongings inside the facility such as coats, jackets, phones, and cameras. If you want to visit someone here, you will need to get the schedule for visitation from the Police Department.
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
Sex offenders are people who have been convicted of sexually oriented offenses such as rape, incest, and prostitution. The law requires these offenders to submit their information to local law enforcement for entry into the state sex offender registry as well as the national sex offender registry. Locating sex offenders in Bartlett City can be done by using the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry. It is important that the disclaimer be read first before accessing the information in the database. Some of the records in the registry are not updated, listing only last known addresses.
Bail and Bondsman
An accused individual can stay out of jail while awaiting trial through bail – money deposited with the court in exchange for his release. The court utilizes bail as a form of collateral to guarantee the accused will show up at his trial when it starts. The defendant must then appear at all of his court dates to get the money back (minus any court fees) at the end of the trial. Failure to show up will mean forfeiting the money.
A bail bondsman is in the business of acting as surety in exchange for a fee. A defendant who cannot afford bail on his own can pay 10% of the bail amount to a bondsman. In return, he will facilitate the defendant’s release from jail. Take note that the bondsman’s fee is non-refundable.
|Bartlett, Tennessee Offense Statistics|
|Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter||0|
|Rape (revised and legacy definition)||15|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||57|
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015
3730 Appling Rd, Memphis, TN 38133, United States
Serial numbers on your property help us locate and return your items if they are stolen. A rainy day is the perfect time to go through the house and record or photograph your serial numbers. Electronics, firearms, power tools, and lawn equipment are all regularly stolen. https://t.co/BTeqvJqh1R
We started a new program this summer.￼ We reached out to our faith based community and began the Clergy Citizens Academy. This program is designed to build relationships between the Police Department, local churches and their staff￼. It looks like this is going to be￼ a hit.
Fireworks can be very scary for dogs. Each 4th of July we have many dogs get out and run away out of firecracker fear. Please keep your pets safe and secure this holiday weekend. Make sure your pets have on collars with up to date tag info in case they run. https://t.co/5tdFhqIjgJ
The Tennessee Highway safety office along with Safe Kids is making sure that our kiddos are safe. Officers with the Bartlett Police Department traffic unit and surrounding agencies are on hand making sure that your kids safety seats are correctly installed.￼￼ https://t.co/DYPs23mNHw
Captain JJ Leatherwood was sworn in this evening as our new Chief Inspector. Chief Inspector Leatherwood will be over the Investigative Services Division beginning July 1st. Congratulations on your new appointment. We know you will do a great job. https://t.co/vpsNUkEBte
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