Pasquotank County Inmate Search
Pasquotank County, NC jails hold prisoners after an arrest or people who have been transferred to the county from a detention center. Pasquotank County holds 3 jails with a total of 26,145 inmates.These correctional facilities have private cells for extremely violent criminals or controversial suspects. Pasquotank County jails are subject to health and medical restrictions and have to provide medical care to all its inmates.
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Pasquotank County Quick Facts
County Crimes by Type
Pasquotank County is well known for its Property Crimes, it has a share of 42.0% of all the crimes committed in the county - 225 property crime cases. Murder and Nonnegligent Manslaughter is the least trendy crime of the area with only 0.2% out of all the crimes in Pasquotank County.
Crimes % in 2016 - TOTAL ALL AGENCIES
The Timeline of the County Crime Trends
Pasquotank County Jail Demographics
The county has 39,673 people confined with a jail population density of 114 prisoners per jail. When breaking down the population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners, being 13,060 women and 13,085 men.
A Timeline of Yearly Data Pop Total from 2005-2015
A Timeline of Yearly Female/Male Incarceration for the Years 2005-2015
A Timeline of Pasquotank County Incarceration by Gender
Pasquotank County Prison Records by Race & Ethnicity
County Jail Statistics
The county has an arrest rate of 4,287 and a local jail rate of 242 inmates per year and a pretrial rate of 269 pre trials per 100,000 residents aged from 15 to 64. The jail admit rate for the area equals 5,584 which is higher compared to the statistics of 2005 - 1,998 incarcerations a year.
Local Jail, Pretrial and Admit Rates
Pasquotank County Incarceration Rates
Similar Counties to Pasquotank County
Pretrial vs. Admit Rates Timeline
The Average Number of Incarcerations per Day
The average jail count for Pasquotank is 63 incarcerations in a day. The numbers have decreased during the last 10 years, when there were on average 83 imprisonments a day.