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Arrests, Mugshot, Recent Bookings

Perform a free Tennessee inmate records search, including jail rosters, persons in custody, recent arrests, mugshot lookups, and active booking logs.

The Robertson County Detention Facility is a minimum to maximum security facility which houses adult inmates who have been charged with misdemeanor and felony crimes. All inmates are awaiting trial or serving their sentence. The mission of the facility is to house inmates in a safe and secure setting, to provide safety and security to the Robertson County community, and service to the judicial systems of Robertson County, The State of Tennessee, and the United States of America.

Robertson County Detention Facility
311 5th Avenue E
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-384-7974

How to Send Mail to an Inmate

Inmates are allowed to receive mail sent through the U.S. Postal Service. Inmates can receive letters and photographs. Inmates can also receive paperback books as long as they are sent directly from an approved distributor. All mail will be searched for contraband.

Inmate Name
311 5th Avenue E
Springfield, TN 37172

Commissary deposits can be made to an inmate’s account in person or online. The Robertson County Detention Facility uses a 3rd party provider called VendEngine. To make deposits online, visit the VendEngine website. To make a deposit in person, visit the kiosk located in the lobby of the Detention Facility.

Visitation Hours

Inmates are allowed a 1 hour visit per week. All visits must be scheduled in advance.

Monday-Friday: 9 am to 4 pm
Saturday: 12 pm to 4 pm

The Robertson County Detention Facility updates their inmate roster every 24 hours. The roster lists inmates in alphabetical order by last name. The inmate’s name, age, booking date, mugshot, charges, bond and court information is made accessible on the roster.

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department has a most wanted list. The list includes fugitives who have committed crimes and have run from law enforcement. The most wanted list includes the fugitive’s mugshot, name, date of birth, last known address and charges. The department asks the public to not approach the fugitives if seen and to contact law enforcement.

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department offers a public warrant search. The warrant search allows anyone to find individuals with both civil and criminal warrants. To search for a warrant, the individual’s first and last name is needed.

Robertson County Sheriff Information

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Department is a law enforcement agency located in Springfield, Tennessee. The office is responsible for keeping the peace, attending the courts, serving the process and orders of the courts and operating the county jail. The mission of the department is to enhance and protect the quality of life of the citizens of Robertson County.

Mike Van Dyke, Sheriff
Robertson County Sheriff’s Department
507 South Brown Street
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-384-7971
Fax: 615-382-0641

Robertson County is located in north central Tennessee. The county covers a total of 476 square miles and has a population of 71,813. There are 7 cities in the county: Cedar Hill, Coopertown, Orlinda, Springfield, Greenbrier, Cross Plains and Adams. The county seat is Springfield. The county mayor is William Vogle.

2018 Violent Crime Rate Robertson County – 289
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program

Robertson County Public Record Information

Public records are available through the Robertson County Government. Record requests must be made to the public record request coordinator in person or by mail. The individual submitting the request must be a Tennessee resident. For more information, contact the public records request coordinator.

Robertson County Government
Public Records Coordinator
511 S Brown Street
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-384-2476

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