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Autauga County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Autauga County Arrest Records?

Autauga County arrest records are official documents that contain details about arrests carried out in the county. The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office serves as the main local law enforcement agency of Autauga County. It compiles and maintains arrest records of the county. Requests for arrest records should be made to:

Autauga County Sheriff’s Office
162 West 4th Street
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 361-2500

Crime Statistics

The Statistical Analysis Center of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is the state body in charge of the compilation of crime figures in Alabama. In 2017, Autauga County reported a total number of 1,804 crimes, including 140 violent crimes and 1,664 property crimes. Violent crimes reported include 6 homicides, 17 rapes, 37 robberies, and 80 assaults. Property crimes reported include 263 burglaries, 1,231 larcenies, and 170 motor vehicle thefts. Based on the figures above, there was a slight decline in crime rates in Autauga County over a 5-year period. Between 2013 and 2017, there was an increase in 4 out of 7 major crimes in the county. Homicide, robbery, larceny, and motor vehicle theft rates increased by 200%, 12%, 3%, and 36% respectively. Rape, assault, and burglary rates declined by 56%, 5%, and 36% respectively.

What are Autauga County Criminal Records?

Autauga County criminal records are official documents that contain information on an individual’s criminal history. Criminal records are compiled by the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office. The Criminal Records Identification Unit of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is the state body in charge of issuing criminal history information. It also manages the fingerprint files of all convicted offenders in Alabama.

How Do I Get Autauga County Criminal Records?

The ALEA administers the Alabama Background Check System (ABC). This is an online system that provides qualified employers with access to the criminal records of their current and prospective employees. Members of the public interested in carrying out background checks should complete the ALEA Application to Review Alabama Criminal History Record. A requester will be required to take a fingerprint scan. The scan result, the application form, payment, and provide a copy of a valid photo ID should be submitted in person to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Criminal Records and Identification Unit
301 South Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 353-4340

They can also be submitted via mail to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Attn: Criminal Records and Identification Unit
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, AL 36102-1511
(334) 353-4340

This service costs $25, and $5 for each additional copy requested. Payment can be made in form money order or a Cashier’s check. For more information, call (866) 740-4762 or (334) 353-4340 or visit the ALEA office between the hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday to Friday.

How to Find Autauga County Sex Offender Information

Statewide sex offender information can be searched on the Alabama Sex Offender Registry maintained by the ALEA. The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office also provides residents of the county and the general public with access to sex offender information via a local community notification. Residents of Autauga County can search this registry with the various criteria provided to locate sex offenders residing in their neighborhood. It also provides interested residents with a notification system to notify them of sex offenders residing around them.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Autauga County Jail?

The Correctional Division of the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office administers the operation of the Autauga County Metro Jail. It is located at:

Autauga County Metro Jail
136 North Court Street
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 361-2600

Family and friends interested in visiting inmates should look up the inmate visitation schedule and policy on the metro jail website.

Where and How to Find Autauga County Inmate Information

The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office maintains the current inmate roster and release roster for the jail facility. These databases can be accessed by the general public. The current inmate roster lists out the current inmates in the jail facility, inmates’ booking number, booking date and time, charges, and bonds. This roster can be viewed based on inmate names or booking dates. The release roster provides information on inmates who have been released from the jail facility within the last 48 hours.

What are Autauga County Court Records?

Autauga County court records are public records that are accessible to members of the public. These court records contain details of allegations, court proceedings, sworn statements, and affidavits taken under oath, and judgments given in each case.

Each court administers the record of cases that the court decides itself or through the court’s clerk. Circuit Court and District Court records are maintained and processed by the office of the Circuit Clerk of Autauga County. Interested individuals should query the Autauga County Circuit Clerk for court records at:

Autauga County Circuit Clerk
134 North Court Street, Room 114
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 358-6801

Probate and Municipal court record requests should be made by visiting the courthouses.

Location of All Courts in Autauga County

Autauga County Circuit Court
Autauga County Circuit Court
134 North Court Street #114
Prattville, AL 36067
Phone: (334) 358-6801

Autauga County District Court
Autauga County District Court
Autauga County Circuit Court
134 North Court Street #114
Prattville, AL 36067
Phone: (334) 358-6820

Autauga County Probate Court
Autauga County Probate Court
176 West 5th Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Phone: (334) 361-3728

Autauga County Municipal Courts
Autaugaville Municipal Court
P.O. Box 237
Autaugaville, AL 36003
Phone: (334) 365-9335

Prattville Municipal Court
101 West Main Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Phone: (334) 595-0450
Fax: (334) 361-3696

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What are Autauga County Vital Records

Autauga County vital records are official documents that contain information about vital events that happened within the county. Vital records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. Autauga County vital records, unlike other public records, are not open to the public. They can be obtained only by individuals who meet the eligibility requirements for the vital record of interest.

Autauga County marriage and divorce records can be obtained, at the county level, from the Probate Court and Circuit Clerk respectively. The Alabama Department of Public Health and the Autauga County Health Department manages birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. Eligible individuals can request these records from the State Public Health Department or the County Health Department.

Where and How to Get Autauga County Divorce Records

Autauga County divorce records can be obtained from the Clerk of Circuit Court’s Office. Requests for divorce records may be submitted to the Clerk at:

Autauga County Circuit Clerk
134 North Court Street, Room 114
Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 358-6801

Divorce records from 1950 are also maintained by the Alabama Department of Public Health. A certified copy of a divorce record requested costs $15, and $6 for additional copies of that record requested. Divorce records can be requested via mail at the State Public Health Department or in person at the County Health Department. Access to divorce records is unrestricted, hence, divorce records can be obtained by anyone who can provide the required information to obtain the record, as well as payment. Information required to make valid requests for divorce records include:

  • Full names of the divorce parties before marriage
  • Date of divorce
  • Place of Divorce

Mail-in requests can be made by filling out the Vital Records Request Application form. The filled-out form, along with money order payment and a copy of the requester’s valid ID, should be sent to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

Walk-in requests can be made by submitting the filled-out request form, as well as payment and a copy of a valid-ID to:

Autauga County Health Department
219 North Court Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Office: (334) 361-3743
Fax: (334) 361-3718

Where and How to Get Autauga County Marriage Records

The Records Division of the Autauga County Probate Office maintains marriage records on behalf of the county. Certified copies of marriage records cost $3 per copy and $4 with parental consent. The instrument number of the marriage record may be requested by the Records Division. In-person requests for marriage records should be made to:

Autauga County Probate Court
176 West 5th Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Phone: (334) 361-3728

The Alabama Department of Public Health possesses records of marriages that happened from August 1936 in the state of Alabama. Marriage records are opened for public access without restrictions. These records can be obtained by anyone who can provide the required information to obtain the record, as well as payment. Information required to obtain marriage records include:

  • Full names of the married couple before marriage
  • Date of marriage
  • Place of marriage

A certified marriage record costs $15, and $6 for additional copies of the record. Marriage records can be obtained by making mail-in requests or walk-in requests. To make a mail-in request for a marriage record, a requester should complete the Vital Records Request Application form. The completed form, payment through money order, and a copy of the requester’s valid ID, should be sent via mail to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

A requester can make a walk-in request for marriage records by completing the request form, and attaching payment and a valid ID. These documents should be presented to:

Autauga County Health Department
219 North Court Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Office: (334) 361-3743
Fax: (334) 361-3718

Where and How to Get Autauga County Birth Records

Autauga County birth records from 1908 to date are managed by the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Autauga County Health Department. Birth records are accessible to eligible individuals only. Eligible individuals include:

  • The record’s subject
  • Parent
  • Legal guardian
  • Spouse
  • Descendants
  • Siblings
  • Legal representative of an authorized person

Birth records can be obtained in person or via mail. A requester should have the following information to make requests:

  • Full name of the record’s subject
  • Sex
  • Date of birth
  • County or city of birth
  • Hospital of birth
  • Full names of both parents before their marriage

The fee required to obtain a birth record is $15, and each additional copy of the sane birth record costs $6. Individuals interested in making mail-in applications should complete the Vital Records Request Application form. Once the form is completed, it should be attached with payment and the requester’s valid ID, and sent to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

In-person requests for birth records can be made by providing payment, a valid ID, and the completed request form and submitting it to:

Autauga County Health Department
219 North Court Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Office: (334) 361-3743
Fax: (334) 361-3718

Where and How to Get Autauga County Death Records

Death records from 1908 to date are administered by the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Autauga County Health Department. Access to death records is restricted to:

  • The parent’s of the deceased person
  • Spouse
  • Descendants
  • Legal representative of family or estate

To obtain death records, the following information is required:

  • The deceased’s full legal name
  • Date of death
  • Date of birth
  • Age at death
  • County or city of death
  • Sex
  • Social security number
  • Race
  • Name of spouse
  • Names of parents

Death records can be requested via mail by filling out the Vital Records Request Application form. The filled-out form, payment, and a copy of a valid ID, and submitted it to:

Alabama Vital Records
Alabama Department of Public Health
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

Death records can be obtained in person. Requests can be made by submitting the filled-out request form, a copy of the requester and payment should be submitted in person to:

Autauga County Health Department
219 North Court Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Office: (334) 361-3743
Fax: (334) 361-3718