Walshville Jails & Prisons

See Walshville 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.


Montgomery County Jail 140 North Main Street Hillsboro IL 62049 9.3 miles from Walshville 217-532-9514


Bond County Jail 403 South 2nd Street Greenville IL 62246 16.7 miles from Walshville 618-664-2151

Macoupin County Jail 215 South East Street Carlinville IL 62626 20.1 miles from Walshville 217-854-3136

Madison County Jail 405 Randle Street Edwardsville IL 62025 25.5 miles from Walshville 618-692-1064

Madison County Juvenile Detention Home 100 5th Avenue Edwardsville IL 62025 26.4 miles from Walshville 618-692-1002

Fayette County Jail 221 South 7th Street Vandalia IL 62471 28.9 miles from Walshville 618-283-2141

Clinton County Jail 810 Franklin Street Carlyle IL 62231 34.5 miles from Walshville 618-594-4555

Christian County Jail 301 West Franklin Street Taylorville IL 62568 37.3 miles from Walshville 217-824-4961

Jersey County Jail 114 North Washington Street Jerseyville IL 62052 38.2 miles from Walshville 618-498-6881

St Clair County Juvenile Detention Center 9006 Lebanon Road Belleville IL 62223 40.8 miles from Walshville 618-397-0766

St Louis Corrections Division 7600 Hall Street St. Louis MO 63147 41.0 miles from Walshville 314-621-5848

Florissant Police Department 1700 North Highway 67 Florissant MO 63033 41.9 miles from Walshville 314-831-7000

St Clair County Jail 700 North 5th Street Belleville IL 62220 42.8 miles from Walshville 618-277-3505

St Louis City Justice Center 200 South Tucker Boulevard St. Louis MO 63102 43.7 miles from Walshville 314-621-5848

St Louis City Juvenile Detention Center 3847 Enright Avenue St. Louis MO 63108 44.3 miles from Walshville 314-552-2293

Greene County Jail 403 7th Street Carrollton IL 62016 45.3 miles from Walshville 217-942-6901

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.