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Calhoun County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Criminal Statistics

According to data published by the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation, Calhoun county law enforcement agencies recorded a net total of 4,561 index crime offenses in 2017. The reported criminal offenses comprised predominantly of property crimes which accounted for over 70% of the index crimes in the 12-month span. Larceny theft was recorded to be the most reported offense with over 2,000 reported incidents in the year, with burglary following behind with 1,012 reported incidents as well.

The third most occurring offense, aggravated assault was also recorded to be the most popular of all the index violent crimes, constituting 17% of the reported offenses. There were also 214 and 100 incidents of motor vehicle theft and robbery, while rape and homicide were reportedly the least recorded offenses in the year.

Criminal Records

The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office serves as the main law enforcement agency of the county and is tasked with generating a variety of crime-related reports and records. However, the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation serves as the state central repository for criminal record information, is charged with processing requests for criminal records and background checks.

How to Get Criminal Records

The Criminal Records Identification Unit of the Alabama SBI responds to requests for criminal records and background checks. The Unit maintains statewide arrest information, misdemeanor, and felony charges as well as conviction and disposition details submitted by various county offices.

To request these records, interested persons may download, complete and submit the Criminal History Record Information Form. The completed request along with all the indicated documentation and fees should then be sent to:

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

How to Find Sex Offender Information

All information relating to sex offenders resident in Calhoun county can be obtained from the Alabama State Sex Offender Registry. County residents may search the registry for the location, compliance status, and criminal histories offenders within specific vicinities. Offenders may be searched by name, location or by their proximity to neighborhoods or establishments. Interested persons may also register for Email Alerts on the registry and receive relevant updates regarding offender locations within county limits.

Calhoun County Jail Information

The Sheriff of Calhoun County is responsible for the daily operations of the county jail located at:

400 West 8th Street
Anniston, AL 36201

The facility houses all incarcerated persons within the county as well as other inmates from various jurisdictions. All jail-related information can be obtained from the County Jail Webpage or by querying the Sheriff's Office at (256) 236-6600.

Jail visitors are advised to adhere to the Calhoun County Jail’s visitation procedure which requires inmate visitors to be listed by the inmates themselves. Every visitation session requires that the visitor schedule ahead at (256) 241-8032 and provide a government-issued ID upon arrival. No more than 4 immediate family members can visit per session.

Where and How to Get Inmate Information

All information regarding detainees of the Calhoun county jail can be viewed using the Inmate Roster. The Roster features details of each inmate's arrest, booking, primary charges, holding agency and bail or bond conditions. Inmates may be searched by name, booking date or date of birth.

Court Records

Where and How to Get Court Records

The Court Clerk of the 7th Judicial Circuit Court of Alabama is charged with maintaining and disseminating records of court cases heard in Calhoun county. As per state laws, county residents may obtain copies of non-confidential court records upon request from the office of the clerk.

In-person record requests can be made to the office and the requestor may self-serve using the public terminal available in the courthouse. This will require vital details of the records as the requesting party must furnish the search tools with parameters required to facilitate record search.

On the other hand, mail-in queries require the requestor to prepare a written request stating relevant information regarding the case such as the names of the parties involved, the date of filing and the case file number. Requestors will be charged a fee of $5 (plus $0.5 for each additional copy), as well as $5 for certification by the court clerk. All court record requests may be made to:

Calhoun County Circuit Clerk
25 West 11th St.
Anniston, AL 36201

Location of All Courts in County

Listed below are the addresses and contact information of all the courthouses in Calhoun County, Alabama:

Calhoun County Circuit Court
25 W 11th St,
Anniston, AL 36201
Phone: (256) 231-1750

Calhoun County District Court
25 W 11th St,
Anniston, AL 36201
Phone: (256) 231-1850

Calhoun County Probate Court
1702 Noble
Suite, #102,
Anniston, AL 36201
Phone: (256) 241-2825
Fax: (256) 231-1728

Anniston Municipal Court
174 13th St,
P.O. Box 2168,
Anniston, AL 36202
Phone: (256) 231-7614

Hobson City Municipal Court
610 Martin Luther King Jr Dr,
Hobson City, AL 36201
Phone: (256) 831-0441

Jacksonville Municipal Court
911 Public Safety Dr. SW,
Jacksonville, AL 36265
Phone: (256) 435-6960

Ohatchee Municipal Court
7801 AL Hwy 77,
P.O. Box 645,
Ohatchee, AL 36271
Phone: (256) 892-1691

Oxford Municipal Court
600 Stanley Merrill Dr,
Oxford, AL 36203
Phone: (256) 835-0860

Piedmont Municipal Court
312 N Center Ave,
Piedmont, AL 36272
Phone: (256) 447-3571
Fax: (256) 447-3376

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Vital Records

The Alabama Center for Health Statistics is primarily responsible for operating the state's vital records system and disseminating these records to interested and eligible persons. At the county level, divorce records may be obtained from the Calhoun Circuit Court Clerk and marriage records from the office of the County Probate Office. However, requests for other records may only be made to the state office.

Where and How to Get Divorce Records

Divorce record requests are processed by the Circuit Court Clerk of the 7th Judicial Circuit Court of Alabama. Interested persons may obtain these records by querying the clerk's office in person or via mail.

The requesting party will be required to provide information regarding the divorce, including - the names of the spouse, the case file number of the record and the date the petition was filed.

Record requests attract a fee of $5, as well as $5 for certification by the court clerk.

All divorce record requests may be made to:

Calhoun County Circuit Clerk
25 West 11th St.
Anniston, AL 36201

Where and How to Get Marriage Records

The Calhoun county probate office issues marriage licenses to intending couples within county limits and retains records of marriages licensed by its office. Interested persons may obtain marriage records by querying the office in person or via mail. All requestors will be required to provide information regarding the spouses including their maiden names, as well as information regarding the marriage such as its date and venue, and the marriage license number (if known).

In-person and mail marriage record requests may be made to:

Calhoun Probate Court
1702 Noble Street
Suite 102
Anniston, AL 36201
Phone: (256) 241-2825
Fax: (256) 231-1728
Email: probate@calhouncounty.org

Where and How to Get Birth and Death Records

All birth and death record requests are processed by the State Vital Records Office.

As per state laws, the office is obligated to restrict record access from persons who do not meet the eligibility requirements. To be eligible to access a birth or death record the requestor must be named on the record being requested, or be a direct relative or legal representative of the subject of the record. Barring this, the requestor must obtain a court subpoena in order to access a birth or death record.

Interested and eligible persons may obtain either of these records by completing, downloading and notarizing the Alabama State Vital Records Form. The completed application must be accompanied by the stated fees and ID requirements and submitted to:

Alabama Department of Public Health,
Center for Health Statistics,
P.O. Box 5625,
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625