Lookup Jail Inmates and Records in Bristol County Massachusetts. Results Include: Mugshot, Arrests, Charges, Booking Date, MID, Age, Physical Description, Next Court Date, Bail Amount, Custody Status, Warrants.




According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 1336
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 579
Total Staff Salaries:

Bristol County Civil Division

Sheriff’s Department
Address: 108 Court St, New Bedford, MA 02740
Phone:(508) 992-6631

Bristol County District Attorney's Office

Welcome to the Official Facebook Page of the Bristol County District Attorney's Office. The office operated under the leadership of District Attorney C. Samuel Sutter starting in 2007. Sutter won re-election once more in 2010 and served in the position until January 2nd 2015, having been sworn in as the new Mayor of Fall River one week prior on December 30th, 2014. Governor Deval Patrick then appointed acting First Assistant District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn to fill Sutter's position in the District Attorney's Office. DA Quinn was officially sworn in on January 5th, 2015. Note: Under the leadership of DA Sutter, the office made strides in a number of initiatives - most prominently in deterring gun violence. In addition, the office made headlines for solving cold cases, successfully enhanced victim services, and improved prosecution and prevention in special victims units including crimes of child abuse, elder abuse, and sexual assault. Of additional interest, DA Sutter launched a unique Volunteer Initiative in 2007, resulting in a contribution of more than 20,000 hours of community service throughout Bristol County - all by the staff of the DA's office before or after work hours. For more information on the office and what's happening across Bristol County, visit www.bristolda.com
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Bristol County District Attorney's OfficeThursday, January 17th, 2019 at 6:56am
DA Quinn on Tuesday joined Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and members of the Massachusetts Major City Chiefs of Police Association in Everett to announce the re-filing of bail reform legislation, which aims to ensure dangerous criminals are held in custody pending trial.

According to the Governor’s Office, the legislation which was first filed on September 6th, 2018, would expand the list of offenses that can provide grounds for a dangerousness hearing and close certain loopholes at the start and end of the criminal process that currently limit or prevent effective action to address legitimate safety concerns.

District Attorney Quinn has been a long-time supporter of the push for common sense bail reform and was involved in the crafting of the legislation last year. He attended the press conference and legislative announcement to show support for the bill and to call on our legislative leaders to take up this serious public safety issue as soon as possible.

During the press conference, Gov. Baker made a point to thank DA Quinn for his persistent efforts on this important issue.

"I attended Gov. Baker’s press conference in support of his bail reform legislation. Very simply, dangerous criminals need to be held in custody until their cases are resolved. It undermines the integrity of the system when they’re released without sufficient justification. This legislation is needed to close loopholes that judges rely upon too often to release dangerous individuals back out on the streets. I will continue to fight for common sense bail reform to help protect the public," DA Quinn said.

For more details on the specific components of the bail reform legislation, go to https://www.mass.gov/news/governor-baker-re-files-bill-to-protect-communities-from-dangerous-individuals
Bristol County District Attorney's Office
Bristol County District Attorney's Office added 2 new photos.Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 at 7:27am
We would like to thank Webster Bank for partnering with our office to bring Attleboro a very successful workshop on elder financial exploitation and fraud. Our own investigator, Arthur Brillon, was one of the presenters during this special event held at the Attleboro Public Library last week.
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Bristol County District Attorney's OfficeTuesday, January 1st, 2019 at 9:30am
Wishing each and every one of you a happy, healthy and safe New Year!
Bristol County District Attorney's Office
Bristol County District Attorney's OfficeTuesday, December 18th, 2018 at 5:36am
We recently had to bid farewell to Superior Court Prosecutor Shelby Smith, who will be leaving our office to become the state’s newest judge. Shelby has been an invaluable member of our team and will be sorely missed. We wish her the best as she begins her new career as an Associate Circuit Justice to the DIstrict Court.
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Bristol County District Attorney's Office shared Saint Vincent's Home's post.Friday, December 14th, 2018 at 12:12pm
Thank you to our generous staff who brought toys to our Christmas party last night. They were delivered today! I hope these toys bring big smiles to the many children.
Bristol County District Attorney's Office
Bristol County District Attorney's Office added 3 new photos.Wednesday, December 12th, 2018 at 6:27am
The Christmas Toy Drive donation box in our New Bedford DIstrict Court office is already overflowing with lots of great gifts for families in need this season!