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Barbour County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Barbour County Background Information

Barbour County is situated in Alabama. A local census found that Barbour County had 27,457 inhabitants in 2010. The current county seat in Barbour County is Clayton.

The county was founded in 1832.

It was named in honor of James Barbour, who served as Governor of Virginia.

Barbour County Arrest Records

In Barbour County, arrest records are also kept on each individual crime within the jurisdictional area. Crimes in Barbour County are split into two categories, violent crime and property crime. In 2017, in Barbour County, there were 34 violent and 100 property crimes.

Barbour County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff: Tyrone Smith
24 Robertson Airport Road
Clayton, AL 36016
Centre, AL 35960
Phone: (334) 775-1128
Fax: (334) 775-1096

Barbour County Criminal Records

All police records in Barbour County are all updated. Every person who’s sex offender and living, working, attending school, or incarcerated in the Barbour County area must be on this list. This register is accessible by the public in Barbour County. Inhabitants living in Barbour County can search for any offenders in the area. This includes any jailed or non-compliant offenders in Barbour County.

Barbour County Court Records

The criminal, civil, and family cases in Barbour County are all supervised by the circuit court system. The circuit court clerk maintains all Barbour County court records. Records can be accessed at:

Barbour County Circuit Court
1 Court Square, P.O. Box 219
Clayton, AL 36106
Phone: (334) 775-8366

In the state of Alabama, the Court of Appeals has the power to oversee any lower court case in which one party appeals. These Alabama lower courts are made up of the 67 superior or trial courts found across the state's 67 counties, including Barbour County.

NOTE - Normal court records in Barbour County can usually be delivered by mail, email, or fax once payment is received. Barbour County official records can only be delivered via mail.

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Barbour County Public Records

Every citizen within the Barbour County region has public record information maintained on them. The Center for Health Statistics (CHS) manages the vital records system and records health-related statistical data for the state of Alabama including Barbour County. Having several copies keeps the records protected and they may then be properly used for statistical analysis someday.

For events that appear in Alabama, The CHS files, holds, and provides certified copies of public information including birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates Vital Statistics Image Oriented Network or ViSION, enables vital records being issued through all Alabama county health departments, a computerized vital records system.

The Alabama Open Records Law which was passed in 1923, states that all Barbour County occupants can access and copy all public vital records. State and local government public records can therefore be opened by all Barbour County individuals. Barbour County occupants can obtain records at:

Barbour County Probate Court
201 Court Square,
Clayton, AL 36016
Phone: (334) 775-8371

These records are, unfortunately, not free in Barbour County. By way of example, birth certificates in Barbour County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for any added copy bought at the same time. Barbour County Death records cost $15.00 per first copy, and an additional $6.00 for every additional copy obtained at the same time. Marriage certificates in Barbour County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for any added copy ordered at the same time. Finally, divorce records in Barbour County cost $15.00 for the first copy, and $6.00 for every copy after that.

NOTE - The office has opening times of 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. on Monday to Friday. If a person wishes to attain documents, they must bring some form of photo identification. Both driver's licenses and state IDs would suffice. All requests must also be put in writing in Barbour County.