Just Busted mugshots are mugshots published in the Just Busted News, a weekly crime newspaper for the Chattanooga and Memphis area. Other cities and communities have their own mugshot magazines and websites, such as the Twin Cities' Busted Magazine.Know More
The September 2014 print issue of Just Busted News features local mugshots on the cover, along with the words “Know Your Neighbor!!!” and “Look Who’s in Jail.” The community crime newspaper focuses on local crime stories, crime stoppers, rewards, most wanted criminals, sex offenders and more.
Print issues of Just Busted News are sold for $1, but online versions are available to subscribers on the Just Busted News website (JustBustedNews.com). Subscribers must have a username and password to view current issues and archives.Learn more about Public Records
Most states publish prison mug shots for free within online databases support by the state's Department of Corrections. Individuals who want to obtain an arrest image of themselves can formally request the image at the jail where booking took place.Full Answer >
Visit VineLink.com to view prisoner mugshots. VINELink is The National Victim Notification Network and the website is updated constantly by law enforcement organizations throughout the United States. This information is sometimes removed depending on a prisoner's legal situation. Go to Jail.com to view arrest records with mugshots.Full Answer >
Individuals can find mugshots for current inmates held at the Jackson County jail, located in Medford, Oregon, by visiting the jail's website, searching for inmates by name and clicking on a name to see the inmate's mugshot. Public record mugshots are available from the Medford police department for a fee.Full Answer >
The availability of inmate mugshots depends upon the policy of the jurisdiction where the inmate is located. Some jurisdictions, such as the Florida Department of Corrections, release mugshots online, while others, including the Federal Bureau of Prisons, do not. Many local jurisdictions also release inmate mugshots.Full Answer >