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Bibb County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Bibb County Public Records?

According to Section 41-13-1 of the Alabama Code, Bibb County public records include all records produced or received by a public officer as required by law to transact public business.

Bibb county public records are maintained by the government and are generally made accessible to the public. Public records generally include birth records, marriage records, trial transcripts, voting records, car ownership records, city council meeting minutes, congress meeting minutes, criminal records, immigration records, and tax records. According to the Alabama Public Records Law, it must, however, be noted that not all public records are open for public access or public disclosure; these include

  • Records concerning security plans, procedures, assessments, measures, or systems that deal with the safety of lives and property if the disclosure will do more harm than good.
  • critical energy infrastructure information
  • Bank records include acquisitions, licensee records, investigations, applicant information obtained by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and bank inquiries or examinations conducted by the Alabama Banking Department.
  • Death records less than 25 years after the death date
  • Registration records of the college and public schools
  • Confidential hospital records
  • Information obtained by the Alabama Exchange Commission from an applicant
  • All sealed or exempted court records
  • Parts of records that disclose the identity of a confidential informant
  • Birth records less than 125 years after the birth date
  • Case records of public welfare recipients or applicants

In addition to government agencies, some public records may also be accessed 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 not be a juvenile ie must be 18 years of age or older)
  • 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

It should, however be noted that third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies and as such, record availability and results may vary. The accuracy of such records may also be in question.

Bibb County Crime Statistics

According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Bibb county had a yearly average of 801 arrests in the year 2018. This is equal to 905 per 100,000 residents and a yearly average of 366 total crimes in the County. This is equal to a yearly average of 394 per 100,000 residents.

In 2019, there was a yearly average of 366.3 total crimes in Bibb County, Alabama. This is equal to a yearly average of 393.9 per 100,000 residents and also, a yearly average of 801 arrests in the County. This is equal to 905 per 100,000 residents.

This Bibb county crime data is made available by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) which is responsible for publishing crime statistics received from law enforcement agencies across the state of Alabama.

Below is a summary of crimes committed in Alabama according to the data provided by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency in conjunction with the Institute of Data and Analytics (University of Alabama):

Year.     Total Crimes
2011191,318
2012181,752
2013173,916
2014164,516
2015162,476
2016165,505

The data above represents data submitted through the Alabama Uniform Crime Reporting System by local law enforcement agencies.

Are Bibb County Criminal Records Public?

Yes, Bibb county criminal records are public information. It should however be noted some of these records may only be accessed by authorized organizations or persons who require them for official functions.

Bibb County criminal records are kept and maintained by the Alabama Law Enforcement Criminal Records Department

Eligible parties can also access Bibb county criminal records from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's Alabama Background Check System (ABC). Record seekers must pay an annual subscription fee of $95.00 by credit card. Every record after payment of the subscription would attract a fee of $15.00.

Requests for records can also be made by mail to the ALEA. This can be done by completing the Application to Review Alabama Criminal History Record Information with the record subject’s details and sending a mail to:

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency
Criminal Records and Identification Unit
P.O. Box 1511
Montgomery, AL 36102-1511

Third-party requests can only be made by completing an Affidavit for Release of Information before a Notary Public.

Each mail request costs $25.00 and is payable by either a cashier's check or money order addressed to the “Criminal Records & Identification Unit”. Record seekers must include the required payment and the required identification for their request to be processed.

How to Obtain Bibb County Police Reports And Arrest Records

Bibb county police reports and arrest records provide an official account of crimes committed within county limits. To obtain these records, interested individuals can go to the Bibb County Sheriff Office and request copies of the documents containing the desired information. Record seekers would be required to provide certain information such as details of the incident and names of the parties involved, names of the arresting officer or officers in charge of the case, as well as other vital information.

Queries for Bibb county arrest records and police reports may be made to:

Bibb County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff: Jody Wade
157 SW Davidson Drive, Suite 200
Centreville, AL 35042
Phone: (205) 926-4683
Fax: (205) 926-3110

How to Find Sex Offender Information In Bibb County

Individuals seeking to find Sex Offender information in Bibb county can do so using the sex offender search tool on the Bibb County Sheriff Department website. The site allows interested members of the public to perform name searches or access a list of all registered sex offenders in the county. Record seekers can also sign up for email notifications via the website. Individuals can also download the OffenderWatch app, which allows interested persons sign up for email notifications, find and locate registered sex offenders who are nearby and even contact the sheriff's department.

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) also manages an open online registry called the Alabama Sex Offender Registry which provides Bibb county sex offender information to interested persons. However, each offender is responsible for notifying the appropriate law enforcement agency where the crime was registered, when there are changes in their employment or residency details.

How to Find Bibb County Inmate Records

Individuals seeking to find Inmate records in Bibb county can perform an Inmate Search via the Alabama Department of Corrections website which provides detailed information about current and previous inmates in Bibb County. In order to obtain inmate records online, record seekers would have to provide certain information such as the Alabama Institutional Serial (AIS), the first name of the inmate and the last name of the inmate.

How do I Visit an Inmate in Bibb County Jail?

Individuals are allowed to visit persons incarcerated in Bibb county jail. Adults can freely visit, but minors will have to come with a guardian. All visitors are expected to have some means of identification such as a driver's license or social security number or some other means of identification. Visitation to the Bibb County Jail is at fixed times and individuals seeking to visit must obtain permission from the officers in charge.

Visitation hours are as follows:

Bibb County Jail address;
94 Bibb Ln. Brent, AL 35034
Tel: (205) 926-9581
Fax: (205) 926-2602

Bibb Correctional facility
(205) 926-5252

The visitation days in Bibb Correctional Facility are Saturdays and Sundays. Individuals can visit within the hours of 9:00 am- 3:00 pm

Visitors are required to present a state-issued ID before entering into the facility.

Jody Wade
Bibb County Sheriff
Email: jwade@bibbcosoal.org
Phone: (205) 926-4683
Fax: (205) 926-3110

Bibb County Court Records

There are several courts in Bibb County, Alabama, serving a population of 22,580 people in an area of 623 square miles. There is 1 Court per 4,516 people and 1 Court per 124 square miles. The county’s judicial structure comprises a circuit court, district court, probate court and municipal court

The Circuit Court is Bibb County’s court of general jurisdiction, exercising pre-eminence over all Bibb County cases. In addition, the Circuit Court in Bibb County also hears cases that are out of other courts’ jurisdiction.

Bibb County Circuit Court
35 Court Square E,
P.O. Box 185,
Centreville, AL 35042
Phone: (205) 926-3103

Bibb County District Court has limited jurisdiction over some criminal and civil cases and hears most misdemeanors, felony preliminary hearings, and felony guilty pleas that do not involve the death penalty. District courts handle cases where the dollar amount in question is more than $3,000 (small claims) but less than $10,000 (circuit court).

Bibb County Probate Court has original and general authority over the enforcement of estates, adoptions, name changes, conservatorships, and the probate of wills.

The location and contact information of courthouses in Bibb county, Alabama is as follows:

Bibb County Probate Court
8 Court Square W,
Centreville, AL 35042
Phone: (205) 926-3104

Bibb County Municipal Court has jurisdiction over municipal ordinance offences and shares jurisdiction with District Courts over criminal cases that violate municipal and state law.

Location of Municipal Courts in Bibb County

Brent Municipal Court
22 1st St, P.O. Box 220, Brent, AL 35034
Phone: (205) 926-5125
Fax: (205) 926-6061

Centreville Municipal Court
1270 Walnut St, Centreville, AL 35042
Phone: (205) 926-4995
Fax: (205) 926-5443

West Blocton Municipal Court
1139 Main St, P.O. Box 187, West Blocton, AL 35184
Phone: (205) 938-7622

Woodstock Municipal Court
28513 Hwy 5, P.O. Box 250, Woodstock, AL 35188
Phone: (205) 938-9790

Are Bibb County Court Records Public?

Yes, they are. Alabama law allows all persons who want to have access to court records to do so by submitting official requests to the courts that handle the desired cases. Each requestor is required to describe the record by providing information such as the names, date(s) when the case was heard, details of the charge(s), and the court’s final disposition on the matter. Requestors may apply by mail or in person. However, records considered confidential are not accessible to the general public.

Bibb County Court Records can be obtained by querying the relevant record custodian at:

Bibb County Circuit Court
Kayla Cooner, Clerk
35 Court Square East
Centreville, AL 35042
Phone: (205) 926-3103
Fax: (205) 926-3132

How to Obtain Bibb Criminal Court Records.

Bibb county criminal court records can be obtained by querying the office of the Circuit Court clerk.

In order to access these records, the requesting party will be required to provide the information needed to facilitate the record search. This will include the name of the record-holder(s) or the representing attorney, as well as the case number of the document, the date of the judicial proceeding and the nature of the judgment.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Bibb County Vital Records?

Bibb County vital records are official documents pertaining to divorces, marriages, births, and deaths that occur in the County. They are government-controlled records that serve as an official tally that the events took place.

Interested seekers can obtain the most vital records from the Center for Health Statistics in Bibb County Health Department. Records may also be gotten through the mail in about 7-10 days.

Bibb County Health Department
281 Alexander Avenue
Centreville, AL 35042
Office: (205) 926-9702
Fax: (205) 926-6536

Bibb County Marriage Records

Bibb county marriage records are official documents showing that a couple received a marriage license and solemnized their union.

They are public records accessible to the general public. The Information required to search marriage records:

  • Full names before the first marriage of both partners
  • Date of marriage
  • County where the marriage license was gotten
  • The name, signature and address of the requestor

To obtain an existing marriage record, requestors may download the Application Form, complete and send with the appropriate fee to the Center of Health Statistics. Alternatively, in-person requests may be made to the Bibb County Health Department.

Errors on a marriage certificate can be corrected through Bibb County probate court.

Bibb County Death Records

Bibb County Death Records are documents relating to an individual's death in Bibb County, Alabama. They are restricted records (those less than 25years), accessible to a few people eligible to access the information

The fee to search for a death certificate is $15.00, which includes one certified copy of the death certificate.

Bibb County Birth Records

Bibb County birth record is an official report of birth in Bibb County and contains important details such as the child’s name, gender, date of birth, place of birth, and the full names of both parents.

The Alabama Center for Health Statistics (ACHS) began filing birth certificates in 1908 for persons born in Alabama. The information required to process birth record requests are similar to those needed for other vital records. They include the name of the subject of the record, their birth date and information regarding the requestors identity and purpose for the request.

Bibb County Divorce Records

Bibb county divorce records are public documents accessible to members of the public.

A divorce decree is a court document that is a final judgment from divorce court. It contains information about your case including spousal support, child support, custody, visitation, property division, and other information. Only a court can issue a divorce decree.

A divorce certificate is a completely different document from a divorce decree. A certificate is not prepared by a court. Instead, the state's health department or bureau of vital statistics issues the certificate.

Unlike a divorce decree, a divorce certificate is a simple document that shows:

  • You are divorced
  • The names of both former spouses
  • The date of the divorce
  • The place of the divorce

Bibb County Divorce Records are legal documents pertaining to a couple's divorce in Bibb County. They include the divorce papers that the partners file in Bibb County Court, as well as any records created during the divorce proceedings and a divorce certificate. Requestors are required to download and complete the Vital Records Request Form, which must then be submitted in person or via mail to the Center for Health Statistics.

Where and How to Get Bibb County Marriage Records

Interested members of the public may obtain Bibb county marriage records by querying the Bibb County Health Department or through the:

Go to the Bibb County Health Department
Bibb County Health Department
281 Alexander Avenue
Centreville, AL 35042
Office: (205) 926-9702
Fax: (205) 926-6536

Operating Hours
7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

OR

Mail your request to and the appropriate fee to:

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

Where and How to Find Bibb County Birth Records

Bibb county birth records are restricted records and accessible to a few people if they are under 125 years old:

  • Legal representative of an authorized person which includes:
  • Individual named on the certificate
  • The direct relative of the record subject

Where and How to Find Bibb County Death Records

By Alabama law, death certificates are records with restricted access for records below 25 years.

Persons who are eligible to access these records include:

  • The parent, sibling or child of the subject of the record
  • Grandchild of individual named on death certificate when demonstrating entitlement
  • Legal representative of family or estate

Requestors can obtain these records by querying the Center for Health Statistics or the Bibb County Department of Health.