Waukesha County Incarcerations

Search for Waukesha County WI incarceration information. An incarceration search provides information on jail sentences, prison sentences, criminal history, criminal records, incarceration records, prior incarcerations, current incarcerations, inmate numbers, sex offender registry, arrest records, felony records, misdemeanor incarcerations, felony incarcerations, inmate locator, and background check information.


Waukesha County Jails and Prisons incarcerate convicted criminals at the Federal, Wisconsin State, and local Waukesha County level, and they also detain people awaiting trial or after an arrest in Wisconsin. Jails and Prisons maintain detailed records about the people they incarcerate, which includes arrest records, convictions and court sentences, and prior incarcerations. These records contain personal information about convicts, such as their name, date of birth, mug shots, and aliases. Jail and Prison records also list people on the Waukesha County sex offender registry and all felony and misdemeanor incarcerations. These Waukesha County incarceration records are an important source of information for a background check. Waukesha County Jail and Prison incarceration records may be available to the public through an online search database.

Waukesha County Huber Facility Waukesha WI 1400 Northview Road 53188 262-548-7181

Waukesha County Jail Waukesha WI 515 West Moreland Boulevard 53188 262-548-7170

Waukesha County Juvenile Detention Center Waukesha WI 521 Riverview Avenue 53188 262-548-7731


Waukesha County Police Departments act as law enforcement agencies, and they stop and investigate crimes in Wisconsin. As part of this job, the Police maintain records on current and former inmates, including Waukesha County incarceration records. These records include information such as the individual's name, date of birth, mug shots, and the length of all prison sentences. They also list the offenses, both felonies and misdemeanors, which led to jail time. Incarceration records list someone's Waukesha County criminal history, such as arrests, warrants, and convictions. These records play an important role in conducting a thorough background check. Police Departments may provide online access to their incarceration information.

Big Bend Police Department Big Bend WI W230S9185 Nevins Street 53103 262-662-3782

Brookfield Police Department Brookfield WI 2100 North Calhoun Road 53005 262-787-3702

Butler Police Department Butler WI 12621 West Hampton Avenue 53007 262-250-5099

Delafield Police Department Delafield WI 500 Genesee Street 53018 262-646-6240

Dousman Police Department Dousman WI 118 South Main Street 53118 262-965-4262

Eagle Police Department Eagle WI 820 East Main Street 53119 262-594-2400

Elm Grove Police Department Elm Grove WI 13600 Juneau Boulevard 53122 262-786-4141

Lannon Village Police Department Lannon WI 20399 West Main Street 53046 262-251-4930

Menomonee Falls Police Department Menomonee Falls WI W156N8480 Pilgrim Road 53051 262-532-8700

Mukwonago Police Department Mukwonago WI 627 South Rochester Street 53149 262-363-6435

Muskego Police Department Muskego WI W183S8150 Racine Avenue 53150 262-679-4130

New Berlin Police Department New Berlin WI 16300 West National Avenue 53151 262-782-6640

North Prairie Police Department North Prairie WI 130 North Harrison Street 53153 262-392-2229

Oconomowoc Lake Village Clerk Oconomowoc WI 35328 Pabst Road 53066 262-567-5301

Pewaukee Police Department Pewaukee WI 235 Hickory Street 53072 262-691-5678

Town of Brookfield Police Department Brookfield WI 655 North Janacek Road 53045 262-796-3798

Town of Lisbon Police Department Sussex WI W234N8676 Woodside Road 53089 262-246-8558

Village of Chenequa, Village Hall Hartland WI 31275 West Highway k 53029 262-367-2145

Waukesha Police Department Waukesha WI 1901 Delafield Street 53188 262-524-3831


Waukesha County Courts resolve legal disputes at the federal, state, or local level, including misdemeanors and felonies in Wisconsin. Courts maintain records on all of their cases, which list an individual's Waukesha County criminal history and their incarceration records. These records show the convict's name, date of birth, aliases, mug shots, and all criminal arrests and trials. They also list prior and current incarcerations, the jail or prison where the person was incarcerated, and the charges that led to jail time. An incarceration record search through a Waukesha County Court provides detailed information on individuals who have been convicted of crimes, making it an important step in conducting a background check. Incarceration records may be available online through the Waukesha County Court's website.

Lake Country Municipal Court Oconomowoc WI 174 East Wisconsin Avenue 53066 262-569-0920

New Berlin Municipal Court New Berlin WI 16300 West National Avenue 53151 262-780-8154

Waukesha County Circuit Court Waukesha WI 515 West Moreland Boulevard 53188

Waukesha Municipal Court Waukesha WI 201 Delafield Street 53188 262-524-3705


Waukesha County District Attorney Offices prosecute cases on behalf of the public, including misdemeanors and felonies, and they maintain records on their cases as well as the individuals they prosecute in Wisconsin. These can include incarceration records, which list the defendant's name, date of birth, any aliases, and all criminal arrests and trials. They also show all prior and current incarcerations, the Waukesha County jail or prison, and the charges that led to jail time. An incarceration search through the Waukesha County District Attorney Office provides information on people who have been convicted of crimes, making it an important part of a background check. The District Attorney Office may provide online access to some of their incarceration records.

Waukesha County District Attorney Waukesha WI 515 West Moreland Boulevard 53188 262-548-7933


Waukesha County Public Defender Offices provide legal representation to suspected criminals who cannot afford an attorney, including individuals accused of committing both misdemeanors and felonies. Public Defender Offices maintain records on their clients and their criminal history, including incarceration records in Wisconsin. These Waukesha County public records list the individual's name, date of birth, aliases, and the outcome of all trials, including convictions, sentences, and incarcerations. They also show all prior and current incarcerations and the charges that led to jail time. Performing an incarceration search provides information on an individual's criminal record, making it an important part of conducting a thorough Waukesha County background check. The Public Defender Office may provide access to some incarceration records on their website.

Waukesha County Public Defender Waukesha WI 407 Pilot Court 53188 262-521-5173


Waukesha County Sheriff Departments maintain public safety and order by stopping crimes and conducting investigations in Wisconsin. As part of their responsibilities, Sheriff Departments maintain records on current and former inmates. These Waukesha County incarceration records list information such as the individual's name, date of birth, mug shots, and the length of their prison sentences. They also show the offenses which led to jail time, including Waukesha County felonies and misdemeanors. Waukesha County incarceration records provide a view of the individual's criminal history, with information about all current and prior incarcerations as well as all arrests and convictions. Checking incarceration records is an important part of conducting a thorough Waukesha County background check. Many Sheriff Departments provide online access to incarceration records.

Waukesha County Sheriff's Office Waukesha WI 515 West Moreland Boulevard 53188 262-548-7117