Tennessee Jails & Prisons

See Tennessee IL 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.


Mcdonough County Jail 110 South McArthur Street Macomb IL 61455 9.1 miles from Tennessee 309-833-2323


Hancock County Jail PO Box 66 Carthage IL 62321 15.4 miles from Tennessee 217-357-2115

Schuyler County Jail 216 West Lafayette Street Rushville IL 62681 24.7 miles from Tennessee 217-322-4366

Brown County Jail 200 East Court Street Mount Sterling IL 62353 29.6 miles from Tennessee 217-773-2011

Des Moines County Correctional Center 3630 Bauer Drive Burlington IA 52601 31.3 miles from Tennessee 319-753-8275

Lee County Jail 2530 255th Street Montrose IA 52639 33.4 miles from Tennessee 319-372-1152

Southern Iowa Area Juvenile Detention 2528 255th Street Montrose IA 52639 33.5 miles from Tennessee 319-463-7417

Fulton County Jail PO Box 269 Lewistown IL 61542 35.8 miles from Tennessee 309-547-2277

Warren County Jail 121 North A Street Monmouth IL 61462 36.0 miles from Tennessee 309-734-8505

Henderson County Jail 113 South 4th Street Oquawka IL 61469 36.6 miles from Tennessee 309-867-4291

Mason County Jail 102 West Market Street Havana IL 62644 41.5 miles from Tennessee 309-543-2231

Adams County Juvenile Detention Facility 200 North 52nd Street Quincy IL 62305 42.2 miles from Tennessee 217-277-2233

Knox County Jail 152 South Kellogg Street Galesburg IL 61401 44.3 miles from Tennessee 309-345-3733

Adams County Jail 521 Vermont Street Quincy IL 62301 44.6 miles from Tennessee 217-277-2200

Cass County Jail 101 North Front Street Virginia IL 62691 45.8 miles from Tennessee 217-452-7718

Clark County Jail 518 North Lincoln Street Kahoka MO 63445 46.4 miles from Tennessee 660-727-2911

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.