Fairfield Jails & Prisons

See Fairfield IA Jails & Prisons and search free public jail and prison records. Jails and prisons are correctional institutions which hold individuals who have been arrested, convicted of a misdemeanor, sentenced to prison, or incarcerated for a felony.


Jefferson County 1200 West Grimes Avenue Fairfield IA 52556 641-472-4146


Van Buren County Jail PO Box 474 Keosauqua IA 52565 18.8 miles from Fairfield 319-293-3426

Henry County Jail PO Box 216 Mount Pleasant IA 52641 22.1 miles from Fairfield 319-385-2712

Wapello County Jail 330 2nd Street West Ottumwa IA 52501 23.4 miles from Fairfield 641-684-4350

Washington County Jail 2185 Lexington Boulevard Washington IA 52353 24.6 miles from Fairfield 319-653-5902

Keokuk County Jail 204 South Stone Street Sigourney IA 52591 25.8 miles from Fairfield 641-622-2727

Davis County Jail 110 West Franklin Street Bloomfield IA 52537 29.3 miles from Fairfield 641-664-2385

Scotland County Jail 117 South Market Street Memphis MO 63555 39.4 miles from Fairfield 660-465-2151

Lee County Jail 2530 255th Street Montrose IA 52639 40.3 miles from Fairfield 319-372-1152

Southern Iowa Area Juvenile Detention 2528 255th Street Montrose IA 52639 40.3 miles from Fairfield 319-463-7417

Mahaska County Jail 214 High Avenue East Oskaloosa IA 52577 40.4 miles from Fairfield 641-673-4322

Clark County Jail 518 North Lincoln Street Kahoka MO 63445 42.3 miles from Fairfield 660-727-2911

Louisa County Jail PO Box 254 Wapello IA 52653 42.3 miles from Fairfield 319-523-4371

Monroe County Jail 103 2nd Ave Albia IA 52531 43.6 miles from Fairfield 641-932-7815

Schuyler County Jail PO Box 355 Lancaster MO 63548 44.4 miles from Fairfield 660-457-3436

Des Moines County Correctional Center 3630 Bauer Drive Burlington IA 52601 45.2 miles from Fairfield 319-753-8275

About Jails and Prisons

Jails and prisons house people who are awaiting trial and inmates who have been convicted of a crime. These facilities are divided into county jails, state prisons, and federal prisons.

Jails and prisons maintain records on every person who is currently or was formerly incarcerated at their facility. These records are open to the public and are often available through online databases.