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Montgomery Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Montgomery Public Records?

According to the Alabama Code, Section 36-12-40, public records are materials such as books, papers, letters, documents, and maps in the custody of public officers for transactions of public business. The Alabama code considers some records as exempt from the public. Examples of such exemptions are:

  • Information concerning public schools, college, and university libraries of the state
  • Records concerning security plans or assessments, and any other records relating to the safety of persons, structures, or infrastructure
  • Investigative reports and information obtained from law enforcement officers and agencies

In addition to official sources, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • 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.

Montgomery Crime Statistics

Montgomery crime statistics are provided by the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The latest report for crime statistics in Montgomery was for the year 2018. A total of 111 violent crimes were committed in 2018, compared to 115 committed in 2017. There were eight reported cases of rape crimes in 2018, while two rape crimes were committed in 2017. There were ten reported robbery cases in 2018, 14 cases were reported in 2017. Aggravated assault cases were 93 in 2018, while there were 99 cases in 2017.

Are Montgomery Criminal Records Public?

Montgomery criminal records are public and available at the County Clerk of Court's office. Interested parties may complete and submit a Record Request Form and mail it to the following address:

Office of the City Clerk Records Management Service
P.O. Box 1111
Montgomery, AL 36101
Fax: (334) 625-2365

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrests Records

There are different ways to obtain police reports in Montgomery. Interested parties may request records through the online portal. Interested parties will be required to create an account and submit a copy of their government-issued ID. Records may also be available via mail. Record seekers may also need to download and submit the request form, including a copy of their photo ID and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Public Safety Headquarters
Records Division
100 Edison Park Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

The fee is $10.00

Lastly, interested parties may obtain records in person by visiting the Montgomery County Department of Police. Visit the department at:

Public Safety Headquarters
100 Edison Park Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
(301) 279-8000

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Montgomery

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office compiles sex offender information. Interested parties may:

For information regarding sex offenders, residents can also contact the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at:

115 S Perry Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 832-4980
Leighpersky@mc-ala.org

How to Find Montgomery Inmate Records

The Montgomery County Sheriff's office maintains inmate records. Interested parties may obtain records on inmates currently incarcerated by using the Jail Web Search. Interested parties may search by:

  • Name
  • Arrest Date

Interested parties may search for inmates in the Alabama Department of Corrections online database. Interested parties will be required to enter:

  • AIS (Alabama Institutional Serial) number
  • Name

Alabama Department of Corrections
301 South Ripley Street
P.O. Box 301501
Montgomery, AL 36130-1501
Email: webmaster@doc.alabama.gov
(334) 353-3883

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Montgomery Police Department Jail

Visitation at the Mac Sim Butler Detention Facility occurs once every seven days. To visit an inmate, record seekers must be on the inmate’s approved visitation list. Visitors aged 16 or older will be required to show a photo ID and be properly dressed.

Contact the sheriff's office at:

Montgomery County Sheriff Office
115 South Perry St,
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 832-1386

Court Records

Interested parties may visit the Records & Recording Division of Montgomery County to inspect or copy records online. Interested parties will be required to create an account for a fee of $10 per month. Alternatively, record seekers may obtain records in person by visiting:

Courthouse Annex III
101 South Lawrence Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 832-2584

Copies of records cost $1.00 per page. Certification cost additional $2.00

Cases from the Montgomery County Civil and District courts are available at the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Alabama. Requests for records can be sent by mail or email to montgomerycircuitclerk@alacourt.gov or by calling (334) 832-1260. Interested parties may contact the Courthouse at:

Montgomery County Courthouse
251 S Lawrence St.
Montgomery, AL 36104

Locations of Courts in Montgomery

Montgomery County Courthouse
251 S Lawrence St,
Montgomery, AL 36104,
United States

Montgomery County Family Court
1111 Air Base Blvd,
Montgomery, AL 36108,
United States

Montgomery Municipal Justice Center
1001 Madison Ave,
Montgomery, AL 36104,
United States

US Bankruptcy Court
1 Church St, Montgomery,
AL 36104,
United States

Criminal Appeals Court
300 Dexter Ave,
Montgomery, AL 36104,
United States

Are Montgomery Court Records Public?

Montgomery court records are available for public viewing. However, some records are exempted from access. Examples include:

  • Computer-based court information maintained by the Administrative Office of Courts
  • All information disclosed in the course of a Civil Court mediation,
  • Names drawn for grand and petit juries
  • Identity of confidential informants.
  • Information about court-appointed mental health professionals
  • Grand jury information and documents
  • Presentence reports, diagnostic evaluation reports, and physical and mental health examination reports
  • DNA records collected and maintained for the purpose of the identification of criminal suspects or offenders
  • Reports, records, and data assembled by a probation officer
  • Personal, work, or address information about the victim of a rape crime

Can Interested Parties Look Up a Montgomery Court Case Online

Montgomery court cases are available online. Cases available are:

  • Misdemeanor
  • Misdemeanor Summons
  • Traffic

For trial court cases heard in the Fifteenth Circuit Court of Alabama. Interested parties may search online for:

  • Criminal Records
  • Civil Records
  • Small Claims Records
  • State Traffic Records
  • Domestic Relations
  • Child Support

Circuit Clerk Fees:

  • Name Search: $9.99 ($9.99 per case additional searches)
  • Case Number search: $9.99
  • Images: $5.00 for the first 20 pages: $0.50 for additional
  • District Case Monitoring: $19.99
  • Circuit Case Monitoring: $29.99.

How to Obtain Montgomery Civil Court Case Records

Civil court cases are available online at the Montgomery County Circuit Clerk's office. Interested parties will be required to create an account using their personal information.

Select 'Montgomery' in the County drop-down menu. Select 'Civil' under Searches.

Request for civil case records can be sent by mail to:

Montgomery County Courthouse
251 S Lawrence St.
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 832-1260
montgomerycircuitclerk@alacourt.gov

How to Obtain Montgomery Criminal Court Case Records

Criminal court cases are available online at the Montgomery County Circuit Clerk's office. Interested parties will be required to create an account using their personal information. Users will also need to select 'Criminal' under Searches. Request for criminal case records can be sent by mail to:

Montgomery County Courthouse
251 S Lawrence St.
Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 832-1260
montgomerycircuitclerk@alacourt.gov

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

What are Montgomery Vital Records?

The Alabama Department of Public Health maintains birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. Vital records can be requested online, by telephone, mail, or in person. Interested parties may obtain certified copies of birth, death, marriage, or divorce certificates by contacting the department at:

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

Where and How to Obtain Montgomery Divorce Records

Divorce certificates from 1950 to the present are available at the Alabama Center for Health Statistics. Divorces filed prior to 1950 may be obtained from the circuit court in the county where the divorce was granted. There are different ways to get divorce records. Interested parties may request via mail by downloading a request form in English or Spanish and submitting it to:

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

Interested parties may also obtain a certified copy of a divorce certificate at any county health department in the State of Alabama. Locations of county health departments are available on the Reference Map. Record seekers will be required to provide the following information:

  • Full names before the first marriage of both spouses
  • Date of divorce
  • County where the divorce was granted
  • Their name
  • Their signature
  • Address where the certificate is to be mailed
  • Their daytime phone number

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Montgomery

Marriage licenses are filed and recorded by the Montgomery County Probate Court. Interested parties may obtain confidential marriage records online from the Records & Recordings Division of the Montgomery County Probate Court. To view records online, navigate to 'Marriage Records Search' and search by Applicant Name.

Where and How to Get Public Marriage Records in Montgomery

Marriage certificates from 1936 to the present are available at The Alabama Center for Health Statistics. There are different ways to obtain a marriage record. To request by mail, applicants must download a Request Form in English or Spanish and submit to:

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

Interested parties may also obtain a certified copy of a marriage certificate at any county health department in the State of Alabama. Locations of county health departments are available on the Reference Map. Eligible persons will be required to provide the following information:

  • Full names before the first marriage of both spouses
  • Date of marriage
  • County where the marriage license was issued
  • Their name
  • Their signature
  • Address where the certificate is to be mailed
  • Their phone number

Where and How to Find Montgomery Birth Records

Birth certificates from 1908 to present are available at The Alabama Center for Health Statistics. Only the following individuals may obtain a birth certificate:

  • Person named on the certificate
  • Mother, father, or legal guardian
  • Husband or wife of person named on the certificate
  • Son or daughter of person named on the certificate
  • Sister or brother of person named on the certificate
  • Legal representative of an authorized person

Interested parties may obtain a certified copy of a birth certificate at any county health department in the State of Alabama. Locations of county health departments are available on the Reference Map. To request by mail, download a Request Form in English or Spanish and submit to:

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

Interested parties may obtain a certified copy of a birth certificate at any county health department in the State of Alabama. Locations of county health departments are available on the Reference Map.

Records seekers will be required to provide the following information:

  • Full name of the person at birth
  • Date of birth
  • Sex
  • County or city of birth
  • Hospital or home of birth
  • Full name of mother/parent before first marriage
  • Full name of father/parent before first marriage
  • Their name
  • Their signature
  • Their relationship to the person whose certificate record seekers are requesting
  • Address where the certificate is to be mailed
  • Their daytime phone number

Where and How to Find Montgomery Death Records

Death certificates from 1908 to the present are available at The Alabama Center for Health Statistics. Only the following individuals may obtain a death certificate:

  • Mother or father of person named on the certificate
  • Husband or wife of the person named on the certificate
  • Son or daughter of the person named on the certificate
  • Sister or brother of the person named on the certificate
  • Grandchild of the person named on the certificate when demonstrating entitlement
  • Legal representative of family or estate
  • Informant listed on the death certificate as providing information

To request by mail, eligible persons must download a Request Form in English or Spanish and submit to:

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

Interested parties may also obtain a certified copy of a death certificate at any county health department in the State of Alabama. Locations of county health departments are available on the Reference Map. Applicants will be required to provide the following information:

  • Full name of the person at birth
  • Date of birth
  • Sex
  • County or city of birth
  • Hospital or home of birth
  • Full name of mother/parent before first marriage
  • Full name of father/parent before first marriage
  • Their name
  • Their signature
  • Their relationship to the person whose certificate record seekers are requesting
  • Address where the certificate is to be mailed
  • Their daytime phone number