King County Jail

If you are looking for King County Jail inmates, you can view the Jail Register page.

Note that you will be several choices:

  • everyone in custody
  • those booked within the last 24 hours
  • those released within the last 24 hours

You will be able to review:

  • facility where housed
  • total bail amount
  • list of charges

Family Info for King County Jail Inmates

If you used the jail register above, you will see that inmates can be housed in two different facilities.
Are you looking to send money to an inmate? There are four different ways this can be done. Go to the Inmate Accounts page to learn how to deposit money online, by mail, by phone, or in person.

Do you need information about mail rules? Or how to set up a prepaid account to receive inmates calls? Go to the Contacting an Inmate page and you will find guidelines for mail as well as addresses to send mail to the two different detention facilities.

Follow this link to PCS page and learn how to set up a prepaid account for calls from an inmate to your phone.

Are you looking for information on how to post bail? Click to the Posting Bail page. Note at the bottom of the page there is a link to approved bonding companies in the area.

King County Sheriff

To find an office near you, follow this link to the Communities page. You will be able to access contact information such as phone numbers and addresses.

King County Superior and District Court

One can access the court calendar, learn about the courts and what to do if you don't have an attorney at the King County Superior Court homepage.
Court dates for the District Court can be found on the King County District Court Dates page.

If you go to the Washington Courts homepage, you can find links to help you find your court date and also search for court cases online.

Return from County Jail to Washington Inmates

Return from King County Jail to The Free Inmate Locator

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