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Baldwin County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Baldwin County Public Records?

Baldwin county public records contain information compiled or maintained by government agencies. In compliance with state laws, these records are open to local residents. To request public records, requesters will need to fill out the public records access request form and submit it to the custodial office.

Alongside government agencies, some public records may also be accessible from third-party websites. These non-government platforms come with intuitive tools that allow for expansive searches. Record seekers may either opt to use these tools to search for a specific record or multiple records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search such as:

  • The name of the subject involved in the record (subject must be older than 18 or not juvenile)
  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Are Baldwin County Criminal Records Public?

As provided under Alabama's open records law, criminal records are made available to the public and can be accessed by anyone. The circuit clerk of Baldwin county makes criminal records available to the public to be accessed. Criminal matters are handled by the district court and circuit jurisdiction court. A sheriff's fee of $20 per document is charged on all criminal cases.

Baldwin county courthouse
312 courthouse square, suite 10
Bay Minette, AL 36507
Phone: (251) 937-9561

How to Obtain Baldwin County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The public can obtain Baldwin county police reports and arrest records from the Baldwin county sheriff. Information pertaining to arrest records can be made by a submitting a request in person at:

Baldwin County Sheriff's Office
Bay Minette: administration office
310 Hand Avenue
Bay Minette, AL 36507

Bay Minette: corrections center
200 Hand Avenue
Bay Minette, AL 36507

How to Find Baldwin County Sex Offender Information?

Information on local sex offenders residing in the count can be found using the Baldwin county sex offender registry. Interested persons can search the online database to view names, city, state, zip code, offenders' addresses, and non-compliant sex offenders to get the needed information. The public can also get notifications of sex offenders in the county by registering under the state of Alabama community notification Act (Act 2005-301). The public is warned as misuse of Information contained on the site to commit any criminal act could result in criminal prosecution.

Where and How to Find Baldwin County Inmate Information?

The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office provides the record of all inmates held in the corrections center by booking online; the Information is collected, maintained, and provided for the convenience of interested visitors. The online page contains the list of all inmates booked in the last 24 hours in a week and month. It also contains each inmate's full name, status, booking number and date, age, address, bond amount, and charges. Interested person can visit the jail in-person or call using the following contact details:

Baldwin county corrections center
200 Hand Avenue.
Bay Minette, AL 36507
Phone: (251) 937-0361

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Baldwin County Jail?

All visitation to the Baldwin County Jail must be scheduled at least 24 hours ahead of time and no more than one week ahead of time. Inmates can be visited Monday through Friday from the hours of 8 am - 4 pm. Changes in the regular visitation hours due to holidays or special commitments will be communicated. Visitation hours and rates are given to visitors upon visitation. For an on-site visit, it is free. For a 10-minute visit, $2.50 is charged, and for a 25-minute visit, $6.25 is charged. But currently, on-site visitation has been suspended due to the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.

Visitation rules are presented to the public to follow:

  • Each inmate is permitted two visits per week; visitors may sign in up to 15 minutes before the visit. The visitor must provide a valid I.D. card, and an adult must accompany all children under the age of 18,
  • Visits for video visitation are limited to 25 minutes.
  • Any missed visitation will count for the allowed amount during that week.
  • At any given time, only four people may visit an inmate. A visit may be terminated for emergency reasons,
  • Inappropriate clothing will not be permitted.

Any visitor violating the visitation policy will lead to visiting privileges canceled, denied, restricted, or suspended.

Court Records

The Twenty-Eighth Judicial Circuit of Alabama has jurisdiction over all civil and criminal cases in Baldwin County. Baldwin County court records are generally open to the public. The circuit clerk of Baldwin county handles the records and makes them available upon request.

Location of the Court in Baldwin County

Baldwin county courthouse
312 courthouse square, suite 10
Bay Minette, AL 36507
Phone: (251) 937-9561

Fairhope Satellite courthouse
1100 Fairhope Avenue
Fairhope, AL 36532
Phone: (251) 928-3002

Foley Satellite courthouse
201 east section Avenue
Foley, AL 36535
Phone: (251) 943-5061

Members of the public can obtain a criminal court case record from the Alabama district courts. The Alabama district courts generally have original jurisdiction over criminal misdemeanors, hold preliminary hearings in felony prosecutions, and receive guilty pleas in felony cases that are not punishable by death. The circuit criminal and district criminal division court charges court fees to parties who file for cases. Interested persons can check for a civil court case record at:

Baldwin county courthouse
312 courthouse square
Suite 10/ Bay Minette, AL 36507
Phone: (251) 937-9561
Hours: 8:00am- 4:30pm

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What are Baldwin County Vital Records?

Vital records in Baldwin county are records that contain information about a life event and are sensitive. Vital records include birth certificates, marriage certificates, and licenses, divorce certificates, death certificates. Vital records are open to the public. However, certified copies are only available to authorized parties such as the legal guardians, immediate family members, or any party with written authorization. Vital records of Baldwin County are maintained by the Center for Health Statistics of the Alabama Department of Public Health.

Where and How to Get Baldwin County Divorce Records?

In Baldwin County, divorce records are kept by the Alabama Department of Public Health Center for Health Statistics from January 1950. Records of previous divorces can be obtained from the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where the divorce decree was granted. Interested parties can obtain a divorce certificate in person from any county health department in the State of Alabama or via mail. The requester will fill out the downloaded mail-in application to the following address to obtain a divorce certificate by mail. This application form is also available in Spanish.

Physical Address
Alabama Department of Public Health
Center for Health Statistics
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street, Suite 1150
Montgomery, AL 36104
Office: (334) 206-5418
Fax: (334) 206-2659

Mailing Address
Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

The requester will provide the following information in person to obtain a divorce certificate:

  • Full names before the first marriage of both spouses
  • Date of divorce
  • County where the divorce was granted
  • Name of the requester
  • The signature of the requester
  • The address where the certificate will be mailed
  • The phone number of the requester.

The cost of obtaining a divorce certificate is $15, including one certified copy of the divorce certificate or a "Certificate of Failure to Find." The fee for each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time is $6.00. Checks or money orders should be payable to the "State Board of Health." Baldwin County divorce records are open to the public.

Where and How to Get Baldwin County Marriage Records?

Marriage Records in the state are kept by the Alabama Department of Public Health Center for Health Statistics from August 1936. Records of previous marriage can be obtained from the Probate Office in the county where the marriage license was issued. Interested parties can obtain a marriage certificate in person from any county health department in the State of Alabama or via mail. The requester will fill out the downloaded mail-in application to the following address to obtain a marriage certificate by mail. There is also a version of the application form available in Spanish.

Physical Address
Alabama Department of Public Health
Center for Health Statistics
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street, Suite 1150
Montgomery, AL 36104
Office: (334) 206-5418
Fax: (334) 206-2659

Mailing Address
Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

The requester will provide the following information in person to obtain a marriage certificate:

  • The full names before the first marriage of both spouses
  • The date of divorce
  • County where the divorce was granted
  • Name of the requester
  • The signature of the requester
  • The address where the certificate will be mailed
  • Phone number of the requester.

Obtaining a marriage certificate costs $15. Including one certified copy of the marriage certificate or a "Certificate of Failure to Find." The fee for each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time is $6.00. Checks or money orders should be payable to the "State Board of Health." Marriage records for Baldwin County are public records and can be obtained by any individual.

Where and How to Get Baldwin County Birth Records?

Baldwin County birth records are kept by the Alabama Department of Public Health Center for Health Statistics. Birth records for Baldwin County are confidential and are restricted from the public view and can be obtained by the following persons;

  • The person named on the certificate
  • Mother, father, or legal guardian
  • Husband/wife of the person named on the certificate
  • The son or daughter of the person named on the certificate
  • The sister or brother of the person named on the certificate
  • The legal representative of an authorized person

Interested parties can obtain a birth certificate in person from any county health department in the State of Alabama or via mail. The requester will fill out the downloaded mail-in application to the following address to obtain a birth certificate by mail. There is also a version of the application form available in Spanish.

Physical Address
Alabama Department of Public Health
Center for Health Statistics
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street, Suite 1150
Montgomery, AL 36104
Office: (334) 206-5418
Fax: (334) 206-2659

Mailing Address
Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

The requester will provide the following information in person to obtain a birth certificate:

  • The full name of the person at birth
  • The date of birth
  • Sex
  • The county or city of birth
  • The hospital of birth - if not in a hospital state "home."
  • The full name of mother/parent before first marriage
  • Full name of father/parent before first marriage
  • The name of the requester
  • Signature of the requester
  • The relationship to the person whose certificate you are requesting
  • The address where the certificate is to be mailed
  • Phone number of the requester.

Obtaining a birth certificate costs $15. Including one certified copy of the birth certificate or a "Certificate of Failure to Find." The fee for each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time is $6.00. An interested person will pay an additional fee of $15.00 to expedite a request. Check or money orders are made payable to the "State Board of Health."

Where and How to Get Baldwin County Death Records?

Death Certificates, by Alabama law, are confidential records with restricted access for 25 years from the date of death. Death certificates of more than 25 years old may be obtained by any individual upon request. The following people can obtain death certificates that are less than 25 years old:

  • The mother or father of the person named on the certificate
  • The husband/wife of the person named on the certificate
  • The son or daughter of the person named on the certificate
  • The sister or brother of the person named on the certificate
  • A grandchild of the person whose name appears on the certificate when demonstrating entitlement.
  • The legal representative of a family or estate.
  • The informant is listed as providing Information on the death certificate.

Interested parties can obtain a death certificate in person from any county health department in the State of Alabama or via mail. The requester will fill out the downloaded mail-in application to the following address to obtain a death certificate by mail. There is also a version of the application form available in Spanish.

Physical Address
Alabama Department of Public Health
Center for Health Statistics
The RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street, Suite 1150
Montgomery, AL 36104
Office: (334) 206-5418
Fax: (334) 206-2659

Mailing Address
Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

The requester will provide the following information in person to obtain a death certificate:

  • The full legal name of deceased
  • Date of death
  • County (or city) of death
  • Sex
  • Social security number
  • Date of birth or age at death
  • Race
  • Name of spouse
  • Names of parents
  • The name of the requester
  • Signature of the requester
  • Your connection to the person whose certificate you are requesting
  • The address where the certificate is to be mailed
  • Phone number the requester.

Obtaining a death certificate costs $15. Including one certified copy of the death certificate or a "Certificate of Failure to Find." The fee for each additional copy of the certificate ordered at the same time is $6.00. Checks, or money orders are made payable to the "State Board of Health."