Agency Reports

Inmates Currently in Jail On Arrests Made By Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies
All reports are updated once daily at 6:00 a.m. local time

Campobello Police Dept

Chesnee Police Dept
Cowpens Police Dept
Duncan Police Dept
Greer Police Dept
Inman Police Dept
Landrum Police Dept
Lyman Police Dept
Pacolet Police Dept
Spartanburg Public Safety Dept
Wellford Police Dept
Woodruff Police Dept


(1) While all municipalities are encouraged to dispose of all current and pending municipal charges as expediently as possible per terms of the agreement, municipal offenders do not include those individuals who may be serving a sentence whether such sentence has been imposed in the Municipal, Magistrate, Family, and/or General Sessions Courts and/or where such individuals have General Sessions Court charges pending. For purposes of the agreement a municipal offender is defined as:

    "an individual arrested and charged with the violation of a municipal ordinance or with the violation of a state criminal law within the municipality's boundaries which is triable either in magistrate's court or in municipal court."

(2) In developing this report, the arresting agency was used as the criteria for identifying those individuals as "municipal offenders." Caution should be used in interpreting the information since the arresting municipality could have arrested the individual on another municipality's arrest warrants and/or a magistrate's arrest warrant for an offense that occurred outside of the arresting municipality's jurisdiction but in whose jurisdiction the offender was found. In the latter case, the arresting municipality would not be responsible for payment of any fees for arresting the individual under the terms of the agreement.

(3) Information posted on this web site is provided for informational purposes only. It is subject to change and may be updated periodically. While every effort is made to ensure that the posted information is accurate, it may contain factual or other errors. Inmate information changes quickly, and the posted information may not reflect the current information. An arrest does not mean that the inmate has been convicted of the crime. The information on this web site should not be relied upon for any type of legal action.

SECTION 5-7-90. Trial of persons charged with violations of ordinances of municipality or laws of State.
The mayor or municipal judge or judges of any municipality shall speedily try all persons charged with violations of the ordinances of the municipality or the laws of the State within their jurisdiction in a summary manner without a jury unless jury trial is demanded by the accused. Trial shall be held within seven days after such arrest or at such time as may be agreed upon, in which event the trial shall be deferred. The mayor or municipal judge shall have the same power as a magistrate to compel the attendance of witnesses and require them to give evidence upon the trial before them of any person for the violation of ordinances of the municipality or the laws of this State subject to Section 5-7-30.