Industry Information & Resources

The Effectiveness and Cost of Secured and Unsecured Pretrial Release in California’s Large Urban Counties: 1999-2000
By Michael K. Block, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Law, University of Arizona (March 2005).

The Fugitive: Evidence on Public Versus Private Law Enforcement from Bail Jumping
By Eric Helland, Claremont-McKenna College and Alexander Tabarrok, George Mason University, Published in University of Chicago Journal of Law and Economics (April 2004).

Warnken Report on Pretrial Release
by the Maryland Bail Bond Association, Prepared by Professor Byron L. Warnken, University of Baltimore School of Law (February 2002).

*Thank you to Lexington National Insurance Corporation for providing this information.

Felony Defendants in Large Urban Counties

Inmate Searches

Bibb County, Georgia
Dawson County, Georgia
DeKalb County, Georgia
Fulton County, Georgia
Gwinnett County, Georgia
State of Georgia Corrections

Investigative Links

USA.com
Reach Directory Assistance
North American Numbering Plan Administration
The Stalker’s Home Page (tons of links)
Fedstats
Federal Bureau of Prisons

Bail Bond Associations

Arkansas Professional Bail Association
BAIL Florida
California Bail Agents Association
Florida Surety Agents Association
Mississippi Bail Agents Association
North Carolina Bail Agents Association
Ohio Bail Agents Association
South Carolina Bail Agents Association
Tennessee Association of Professional Bail Agents
Professional Bondsmen of Texas
Utah Bail Bond Association

Social Security Numbers

State Issued Identification Chart

Use this chart to determine state of issuance

The First Three (3) Digits of a Social Security Number determine the State or Territory of Residency of the Applicant at the time of issuance of the Social Security Number. For Example: The number 254-00-0000 indicates a Georgia resident at the time of issuance.

001-003 New Hampshire
004-007 Maine
008-009 Vermont
010-034 Massachusetts
035-039 Rhode Island
040-049 Connecticut
050-134 New York
135-158 New Jersey
159-211 Pennsylvania
212-220 Maryland
221-222 Delaware
223-231 Virginia
237-246 North Carolina
232-236 West Virginia
247-251 South Carolina
252-260 Georgia
261-267 & 589-595 Florida
268-302 Ohio
303-317 Indiana
318-361 Illinois
362-386 Michigan
387-399 Wisconsin
400-407 Kentucky
408-415 Tennessee
416-424 Alabama
425-428 & 587-588 Mississippi
429-432 Arkansas
433-439 Louisiana
440-448 Oklahoma
449-467 & 627-645 Texas
468-477 Minnesota
478-485 Iowa
486-500 Missouri
501-502 North Dakota
503-504 South Dakota
505-508 Nebraska
509-515 Kansas
516-517 Montana
518-519 Idaho
520 Wyoming
521-524 Colorado
525, 585 & 648-649 New Mexico
526-527 & 600-601 Arizona
528-529 & 646-647 Utah
530 Nevada
531-539 Washington
540-544 Oregon
545-573 & 602-626 California
574 Alaska
575-576 Hawaii
577-579 District of Columbia
581-584 & 596-599 Puerto Rico
586 Guam
586 American Samoa
586 Philippine Islands
700-728 Railroad Employees

*650-699 unassigned, for future use

*700-728 Railroad workers through 1963, then discontinued
*729-799 unassigned, for future use
*800-999 not valid SSNs.
Some sources have claimed that numbers above 900 were used when some state programs were converted to federal control, but current SSA documents claim no numbers above 799 have ever been used.